Warrior faery princes can be very stubborn. Especially when they possess your body. Fourteen-year-old Finn just wants to keep his little sister out of Child Protective Services - an epic challenge with their parentally-missing-in-action dad moving them to England, near the famous Stonehenge rocks. Warrior faery Prince Zaneyr just wants to escape his father's reckless plan to repair the Rift - a catastrophe that ripped the faery realm from Earth 4,000 years ago and set it adrift in an alternate, timeless dimension. When Zaneyr tricks Finn into swapping places, Finn becomes a bodiless soul stuck in the Otherworld, and Zaneyr uses Finn's body to fight off his father's seekers on Earth. Between them, they have two souls and only one body... and both worlds to save before the dimensional window between them slams shut.
Faery Swap is an action- and druid-magic-filled portal fantasy, told by both a runaway faery prince and the boy he's tricked into taking his place.
This Prince and the Pauper meets Warrior Faeries tale is suitable for all ages.
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Entertaining for ALL age groups!
Mark Mullaney did a wonderful job narrating this story; he managed to give each character a unique voice and he made it feel like I was listening to it happening in real life. I never felt like a character's voice was copied from another one.
If I had to choose, I liked Finn the best; he had a great sense of humor and I felt like this character was extremely realistic.
I would hate to give anything away, but there were some pretty emotional moments between Finn (the main character) and his father. For a book written for teens, this book had a surprising amount of emotional depth.
Faery Swap, even though it was written for the young-adult audience, was very enjoyable for me (late twenties). The father/son dynamic was very relatable and there was plenty of action to keep the story exciting. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who likes books in the fantasy/adventure genre.