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Shadowspell By Jenna Black Shadowspell On top of spending most of her time in a bunker like safe house and having her dates hijacked by a formidable Fae bodyguard Faeriewalker Dana Hathaway is in for some bad news the Erlking and his pack

  • Title: Shadowspell
  • Author: Jenna Black
  • ISBN: 9780312575946
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shadowspell By Jenna Black On top of spending most of her time in a bunker like safe house and having her dates hijacked by a formidable Fae bodyguard, Faeriewalker Dana Hathaway is in for some bad news the Erlking and his pack of murderous minions known as the Wild Hunt have descended upon Avalon With his homicidal appetite and immortal powers, the Erlking have long been the nightmare of theOn top of spending most of her time in a bunker like safe house and having her dates hijacked by a formidable Fae bodyguard, Faeriewalker Dana Hathaway is in for some bad news the Erlking and his pack of murderous minions known as the Wild Hunt have descended upon Avalon With his homicidal appetite and immortal powers, the Erlking have long been the nightmare of the Fae realm A fragile treaty with the Faerie Queen, sealed with a mysterious spell, is the one thing that keeps him from hunting unchecked in Avalon, the only place on Earth where humans and Fae live together Which means Dana s in trouble, since it s common knowledge that the Faerie Queen wants her and her rare Faeriewalker powers dead The smoldering, sexy Erlking s got his sights set on Dana, but does he only seek to kill her, or does he have something much darker in mind
    Shadowspell By Jenna Black

    Shadowspell Faeriewalker, by Jenna Black Shadowspell picks up right were Glimmerglass ends, and this time Jenna throws in another fantastic, hot plot twist with Erlking, the leader of the Wild Hunt Let me just say, he takes bad to a whole new level As in the kind of guy made of nightmeres, who enjoys a good chase and in the ends enjoys a good kill I was as drawn to him as Dana was. SHADOWSPELL Faeriewalker Jan , Shadowspell was such an awesome read I read the first book in this series, Glimmerglass, a little less than a year ago I m not sure why it took me so long to read the second book The adventure and mystery in this story led me needing to know what was going to happen next. Shadow Spell The Cousins O Dwyer Trilogy Roberts, Nora From New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts comes the second novel in a trilogy about the land we re drawn to, the family we learn to cherish, and the people we long to love Book Two of The Cousins O Dwyer Trilogy Shadow Spell With the legends and lore of Ireland running through his blood, falconer Connor O Dwyer is proud to call County Mayo home. Shadowspell Academy Series by K.F Breene Shadowspell Academy Series primary works total works Book The Culling Trials by K.F Breene . Ratings Reviews published editions You Don t Choose The Academy The Academy Chooses Shadowspell Academy A YA Adventure Collaboration by K.F Shadowspell Academy is a collaborative YA adventure series written by K.F Breene and Shannon Mayer There are three books to Part The Culling Trials. Shadow Spell Yu Gi Oh Wiki Fandom Activate this card by targeting face up monster your opponent controls it loses ATK, also it cannot attack or change its battle position When it leaves the field, destroy this card.

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    1. Steph Sinclair on said:

      Ok, so let me start by saying this series to me is a bit strange And because of that, you often have to just accept what Jenna Black tells you about this world, no matter how weird or odd it is Kinda like how Stephenie Meyer told us all to accept the fact that Bella did not want to marry Edward, but she still was willing to give up immortality and be with him forever Makes zero sense, right But you, the reader, are just supposed to accept it, otherwise, stop reading.On to the review We find Dana [...]

    2. Grace on said:

      This entire series is too weird for me there s some sort of sexual dynamic going on that completely freaks me out Dana s constantly fixated on the closest breathing male and possibly non breathing, she s not been alone with a corpse yet The men in these books control her every move, whether they re family or friends or enemies Go ahead and take a look at the examples of female characters here an insane hysterical aunt, two unseen but homicidal queens, the obligatory best friend solely for drinki [...]

    3. Nic on said:

      I am annoyed and really disappointed Certain things happened in the plot that made me MAD like view spoiler Ethan being a douche half the times and saying he can t help but notice other sexy girls to Dana And Dana making a deal with The Erkling to give him her virginity and exchange for Ethan who is not worth it and also Connor And if she does he will strip all her powers and she will be a shell of herself So now her and Ethan are going to try to be together without having sex ever And that will [...]

    4. Shannon on said:

      I have a love hate relationship with Jenna Black s books I ve read the entirety of her Morgan Kingsley series and I was left feeling frustrated and angry I chose to give her a second chance though, and I started reading this teen series of hers I actually like it If you look at the reviews you ll see the evidence of this love hate relationship that Black garners, but at least in this case, I don t hate this series In fact, I m enjoying it.Dana is dealing with the aftermath of her actions of the [...]

    5. Jessica on said:

      Rating clarification 2.5 starsThis book reminded me of two other books.1 House of Night2 EverWhich is a really, really bad thing If you haven t read book 1 and are planning on doing so sometime, I d strongly suggest you don t read any further.So, why did it remind me of HON Because Dana seems to be suffering from the Zoey Redbird Syndrome I mean, love triangles are one thing, if they are well done I can even enjoy them but than two love interests Ugh, that s pretty much a no go for me As soon a [...]

    6. Michelle, the Bookshelf StalkerQueen of the Undead on said:

      Sex, sex, sex, sex, sex, sex, sex Did I get your attention It is a pretty powerful attention grabber right Sooooo let s just say sex was a bargining tool, or a way to grab someone s power, it would make a book pretty damn interesting, right Now, don t worry, I m not giving away any spoilers YOu don t know who is giving what or why Now, what the hell was my point about all this sex or lack thereof Oh yes, sex becomes like a magic wand no giggles from the peanut gallery in this book I didn t like [...]

    7. Kayla on said:

      This was a really good sequel, although I had a couple of issues with it It was still a really enjoyable book

    8. ~Tina~ on said:

      4.5stars Dana Hathaway doesn t have your typical teenage problems, see both Queens of the Seelie and Unseelie courts want her dead, but a new threat arrives in Avalon Murderous men who are called The Wild Hunt and there leader Erlking has his eyes on Dana He wants her Faeriewalker powers since she as the ability to travel from Faerie to the mortal world and also being able to bring magic into the world and technology into Faerie But it s not just her powers he wants, he s also after something , [...]

    9. Krystle on said:

      Okay, I m going to give up reading this I don t want to persevere I have no patience and little enough time as it is This books is not fun and light hearted like its predecessor It s ten times as annoying and unbearable Everything that I disliked in the first book is amped up a thousand fold.First of all, what is wrong with this Dana girl Why does she have to get a female hard on every time she meets a young hot faerie Like seriously If I have to hear how hot, sexy, or whatever another male char [...]

    10. Anne on said:

      2.5 StarsI might read Sirensong just to see what happens next, but I m not in any hurry I usually don t mind when the main character in YA, especially does something stupid or juvenile After all, if the characters never made any mistakes, then there probably wouldn t be much of a plot It makes sense if they are tricked by someone older or clever than they are into doing something that goes against their best interest However, the heroine of this series, Dana, seems to border on retarded when it [...]

    11. Michele (Reading Lark/CanadianTwiMom) on said:

      I really liked this second installment in the Faeriewalker series, and sequel to Glimmerglass Jenna Black continues to deliver a great story that had me turning the pages as quickly as I could.Dana is an endearing protagonist I absolutely adore her inner dialogue I love how she doesn t always take herself too seriously I know many frown on the proverbial I m not that pretty so why is he interested in me character flaw but it works with Dana She s got major trust issues stemming from the fact tha [...]

    12. Kinga on said:

      Well, let s face it We have gorgeous handsome sexy alluring Fae So what s the problem The problem is a very naive prude main character Her life wasn t easy and it can t be easy with all the pressure on her But she still hates her father for protecting her Still thinks she can do better than a few thousand years old fae when it comes to protection against a few thousand years old evil Like Keane said, Dana is quite the drama queen I understand her reaction about her mother, but my understanding s [...]

    13. Shera (Book Whispers) on said:

      Genre Urban Fantasy YAThoughts With this latest entry into the world of the Faeriewalker series, I can say Black is making a solid come back from the slightly disappointing 3 5 rating I gave her Her YA books are such a treat because there are some teen issues to deal with, but it s not all about saving the world and then finding a date for prom That s way I ve been practically bouncing for joy for this series to continue The plot has the depth that most adult Urban Fantasy books have, which I gr [...]

    14. Terry (Ter05 TwiMoms/ MundieMoms) on said:

      I read this book right after Glimmerglass which I gave 3 stars to The I think about this one the less I like it Dana just irritated me even in this book than in the previous one Right in the beginning she agrees to go to a movie with Ethan, the brother of her friend Kimber who has constantly warned her about him being a player The book is in the first person and Dana refers to him as a hottie and as a player what seems like a dozen times throughout the book By the 6th page of the movie sequenc [...]

    15. Khanh (the meanie) on said:

      I don t know if it s hindsight being 20 20, but I m pretty sure I was never that stupid when I was a teenager Sure, I was never a fairywalker as a teenager, but I like to think that if I were, I wouldn t have done anything so outrageously stupid as to make a deal with an immortal being involving giving up my virginity I have an ancient fae father who can t possibly know what I m going through I mean, sure, he lost a son to the Erlking, but I LOST THE GUY I M CRUSHING ON WAH And then slut shaming [...]

    16. Winter. on said:

      Where to beginFirst of all, the Faeriewalker book covers are amazing gorgeous, and eyecatching I suppose this is a lesson on why you don t judge a book by it s cover Whereas the cover is beautiful, the actual story is the exact opposite.The book starts off with the main character, Dana, in a movie theater with Ethan the faerie hottie Ack, I hate that word She keeps repeating how it is not a date, just a friendly hang out Then why, Dana, are you letting Ethan grope you and feel you up I was alrea [...]

    17. Paradoxical on said:

      Sigh Just once I would like to have a heroine who isn t all he is so hot, I wonder why he s into me In any case, if you ignore the first several pages of the book, Shadowspell actually gets off to a fairly decent beginning Well, only if you ignore the date not date thing with Ethan, who I still do not like Not to mention I thought that pseudo date was fairly pointless all around and should have been cut Still, the beginning of the book was somewhat promising, especially with the arrival of the w [...]

    18. J. Lee on said:

      I was unpleasantly surprised with this book Dana is still in the exact same place, doing the exact same things, with the same people as she was in the first book There is the small edition of the Erlking which brings in the plot for this installment but the air of excitement was minimal I appreciate the idea of the Erlking and the danger he presents as an antagonist but, for me, it just didn t flow as smoothly as I would ve liked and it certainly wasn t as believable For example, let s ponder fo [...]

    19. Sabrina on said:

      Jeg kan ret godt lide denne serie Det er ikke en fantastisk serier der bl ser mig omkuld, men den er hyggelig og let at l se Skrivestilen er ligetil og jeg blev hurtigt grebet af den Shadowspell levede helt klart op til mine forventninger efter at have l st den f rste bog Der er stadig enkelte ting jeg ikke er helt s vild med, tilgeng ld var der ting jeg elskede Jenna Black har bygget en rigtig sp ndende verden op, og s elsker jeg simpelthen de covers i denne trilogi.Dana har ikke ndret sig mege [...]

    20. Mary (BookHounds) on said:

      Shadowspell continues the story started in Glimmerglass and follows Dana as she gets deeper involved with the world of the fae Her aunt Grace and both Queens want her dead while Ethan seems to be playing games with her She now lives in a bunker like safe house deep inside the mountain where Finn is defending her full time and his son, Keane, is now giving her lessons in self defense Dana can only go out supervised by Finn and another body guard The Erlking has now discovered Dana and wants her [...]

    21. Bookbuyer on said:

      The twist in this book was amazing Lose your virginity to the scourge of the fey or lose you boyfriend to the wild hunt Discover that your half brother you didn t know about is part of that hunt and that he is the Erlking s last bargaining chip to ensure you deliver on your promise.Oh and be told by your homicidal aunt while a guy is trying to rape you that if you DO give your virginity away that he will have the power to go into the human world and kill millions of humans and leave you a hollow [...]

    22. Fiona on said:

      Hmm, I liked Glimmerglass better than thisI don t have a lot to say about this one The Erlking is admittedly interesting manipulative and attractive 3 and adds a layer to book 2, but otherwise, I felt like not a lot happened Dana is a little all over the place, and even with her hormones out of whack, she s too wishy washy Writing this having read all three, I m glad I persevered to the third book, Sirensong, as the story improved there.

    23. Tammie on said:

      I will admit that I skimmed through some of this book, something I rarely do I just got tired of the same old plot as a lot of other fairy type books I guess, or maybe I wasn t in the mood to get into it My main issue with this series is that I don t like Ethan, and so far he s the main love interest I also thought that Dana did a lot of really spectacularly stupid things Not sure if I ll bother reading the next one.

    24. Jeninne on said:

      There is something really kind of terrifying about this book and its main motif as presented to the reader In fact, the I think about it, the I get creeped out Creeped out in a way that makes me nervous Because the main theme of this book, without a doubt, is patriarchy And NOT in the subversive way, and not in the demonstrative way which might even be slightly relevant to the plot No, the theme is patriarchy in the form of being obedient, subservient, and dependent Also, there s this equally [...]

    25. Shelley on said:

      Review 16 year old Dana Hathaway is known as a Faeriewalker She s a rare individual who can travel freely between the mortal and Faery worlds She can bring magic to the mortal world, and technology to the faerie world The Queens of both the Unseelie and Seelie lands have made it a point of wanting to see her dead because she carries so much power within her He father, Seamus, has her under 24 hour guard, but, that doesn t stop her from constantly causing trouble for herself and others.This time [...]

    26. Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids on said:

      Shadowspell picks up right were Glimmerglass ends, and this time Jenna throws in another fantastic, hot plot twist with Erlking, the leader of the Wild Hunt Let me just say, he takes bad to a whole new level As in the kind of guy made of nightmeres, who enjoys a good chase and in the ends enjoys a good kill I was as drawn to him as Dana was I don t know if drawn is the right word as he makes Dana want to run away from him, but at the same time she s intrigued by him He s someone you know is bad, [...]

    27. Katieb (MundieMoms) on said:

      Shadowspell picks up right were Glimmerglass ends, and this time Jenna throws in another fantastic, hot plot twist with Erlking, the leader of the Wild Hunt Let me just say, he takes bad to a whole new level As in the kind of guy made of nightmeres, who enjoys a good chase and in the ends enjoys a good kill I was as drawn to him as Dana was I don t know if drawn is the right word as he makes Dana want to run away from him, but at the same time she s intrigued by him He s someone you know is bad, [...]

    28. Bex on said:

      I absolutely loved Glimmerglass, so when Shadowspell showed up on my doorstep I was practically shouting with glee I liked the cover of the first book, but love the cover of this one It is even better in person and now that I know what the stag represents I love the stag as well We pick up right where we left off with Dana She has been moved to a pretty secure location underground, which is making her become a little stir crazy Who wouldn t be though Stuck underground all day with no windows and [...]

    29. Darlene on said:

      After reading Glimmerglass, I was really looking forward to it s second installment And though there were several little things that made me like Shadowspell less than the first book, it doesn t disappoint The book starts with Dana on her not date with Ethan to the movies Ethan forgets the napkins and things get pretty awkward from there The fact that she s still attracted to him after the unforgotten, politically driven, magic induced kiss from the first book really frustrated me and I hated th [...]

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