Frotwoot's Faerie Tales, Book One: The Unseelie Court
- Narrated by: Kailaan 'The Soliloquy Man' Carter
- Length: 11 hrs and 7 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-22-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Charlie Ward
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On one side: An obsessive-compulsive knight, a talking tree, and a really cute goblin girl named Golly. On the other: A "Dragon King", phooka assassins, and a mob of angry, bridge-blocking, trolls.
Caught in the middle: A very confused, very lost teenage boy from Indiana.
His name is Frotwoot Crossley. And he's about to find out that, somehow, that's not even the weirdest thing about him.
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By John C on 11-26-15
Decent story line
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
The story was entertaining but the performance didn't sit right with me, this is a personal thing and you may not agree. It could be that I am to old for a YA book…
What was one of the most memorable moments of Frotwoot's Faerie Tales, Book One: The Unseelie Court?
Story line has a nice pace but needed further development.
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By Amazon Customer on 11-28-15
A taste of good YA Fantasy
What did you love best about Frotwoot's Faerie Tales, Book One: The Unseelie Court?
I loved the sense of humor and light-hearted moments the best. While this book does carry some darker moments through the development of the plot it manages to keep you smiling with some unexpected humor at just the right moments.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Frotwoot, the main character was the easiest to become attached to, but he may not be for others. Frotwoot knows as much about the world he winds up in as the reader and has some wonderfully hilarious incidents as a result.
Did Kailaan 'The Soliloquy Man' Carter do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
Kailaan did an adequate job crafting a sense of individuality in each character's voice that provides no confusion in following a conversation when it gets plot heavy and full of characters.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
"It's pronounced: Faerie!"
Any additional comments?
Disclosure, I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review and have done the best to remain unbiased in my review.