‘The Eighth Square (Fayborn #2)’ by J. Aleksandr Wootton

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Dodging unwelcome encounters with the supernatural is making Petra Godfellow’s freshman year very difficult.

Emissaries from the imprisoned Faerie Queen are looking for her. Members of the Green Kingdom Militia watch her everywhere she goes. Worst of all, servants of James Oberon keep trying to kidnap her. All because they believe that Petra is a direct descendant of Robin the Puck, and therefore endowed with special powers that can help them.

Petra is pretty certain she doesn’t have any special powers. She didn’t know anything about Faerie, or the thousands of Fayborn refugees living in hiding here on earth, until this past summer. She’s still not sure she believes any of it; after all, her aunt, her godfather, and her roommate do seem a bit crazy.

Petra’s friends and family have tried hard to keep her safe so that she can have the ‘normal’ college experience she wants, but the Fayborn seeking her help are getting desperate…

 

The sequel in the Fayborn series does not disappoint. The story moves forward in interesting way, the characters are being developed even more and I enjoyed every single page of this novel. Why did it end so soon?

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