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Shadowspell, Jenna BlackShadowspell by Jenna Black
Published by Macmillan on 2011-01-04
Genres: Fantasy & Magic, Young Adult
Pages: 320
Format: eBook
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5 Stars

On top of spending most of her time in a bunkerlike safe house and having her dates hijacked by a formidable Fae bodyguard, Faeriewalker Dana Hathaway is in for some more 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 has 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?

My Thoughts

Green swirlsI loved it!  This series is so friggin’ good.  It’s different and fresh and amazing.  I loved the first book and couldn’t wait for the second and it’s even better than the first.  The characters are fantastic and they’re growing perfectly.  There is the perfect amount of suspense in each chapter to make you want to turn to the next.  It’s very well written and thought out.  Loved it!  I feel like I should say more about this book because it was so good but the most I can come up with is “I loved it”!
Green swirls
Freakin Phenomenal






About Jenna Black

Jenna Black is your typical writer. Which means she’s an “experience junkie.” She got her BA in physical anthropology and French from Duke University.

Once upon a time, she dreamed she would be the next Jane Goodall, camping in the bush making fabulous discoveries about primate behavior. Then, during her senior year at Duke, she did some actual research in the field and made this shocking discovery: primates spend something like 80% of their time doing such exciting things as sleeping and eating.

Concluding that this discovery was her life’s work in the field of primatology, she then moved on to such varied pastimes as grooming dogs and writing technical documentation. She writes paranormal romance for Tor and urban fantasy for Bantam Dell.

Paw prings

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