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Avatar for pomegranate pomegranate said:
I loved this book. It was dark, romantic, and fast paced. This is a very good book to read if you like those sorts of things.
posted Apr 26, 2010 at 5:02PM
Adri said:
An amazing, haunting book about Faeries. No, not the little pixies that go about flying, but the dark, cruel ones in the human world and the courts of faerie.
posted Aug 13, 2009 at 5:15PM
Avatar for Rosemint Rosemint said:
this book was riddled with poor grammer, and foul lanuage, this is not a very good read. its very gross.
posted Apr 18, 2009 at 10:17PM
Avatar for RayRayMonkey RayRayMonkey said:
i started reading this book and didnt like it. it swears like in every sentence and its just... ugh... bad. i just stopped reading it cuz it is not good. theres another book though, but with a different character.
posted Aug 19, 2008 at 7:51PM
Avatar for Darkess Darkess said:
this book was super good. they cussed alot and a dude grapped her crotch within the first 16 pgs in the book... but it was pretty good
posted Jul 19, 2008 at 4:42PM
Voice said:
These stories have a purpose: a movement away from light... and truth.
posted Mar 14, 2008 at 5:57PM
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posted Jul 23, 2007 at 7:14PM
Avatar for Jody W. Jody W. said:
First book in a series. Kaye's story is pretty intense!
posted Jun 7, 2007 at 4:30PM
Charlotte said:
When I first started reading this book, it was hard to read on, because of the nitty gritty descriptions of the life of the main character. But as i read on, I grew to like this dark book more and more. It gives a whole different aspect on faeries, portraying them as dark and dangerous rather than the simpering flowery thumb sized faeries we read about as a child which flew around gathering nectar, or something like that. I like it's original point of view and the way it goes into the character's anguish and confusion as her world unravels. Also, the point of perspective and thoughts of each character change over time, and gives each chapter it's twists and turns, where human and fairy dark deeds and thoughts are revealed. It was a bit morbid, but I loved it.
posted Jul 7, 2005
Silarial said:
This book is amazing. I couldn't put it down. You feel as if your kaye and everything that happens to her is happening to you. This is an outstanding book, i totally LOVE it
posted Mar 28, 2005
Sara said:
This book was really weird in how it shows a fairy tale in modern times. I thought that this story was unique in how it illustrates a fairy's life in today's world.
posted Jul 10, 2004
Patrick said:
Some parts are a little nasty, but overall its areally cool book. I wish that there was a second one.
posted Apr 9, 2004
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main characters Kaye Fierch
Age: 16
Isn't aware of her fairy nature; her real, green-skinned appearance is disguised by magic; high school dropout; drinks, smokes and has a foul mouth.

Handsome black knight with silver hair.

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