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Publisher's Summary

Ella's life could not have been duller. She works, she breathes, and she follows the rules. But once she's swept off her feet by the mysterious and alluring Eireden, Ella's life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn as she becomes enmeshed in a deadly, magical game where lives and hidden kingdoms hang in the balance and where no one asks who she is. Instead they wonder what she is.
To be precise, she is bait.
Beautifully written, deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, The Feylands captures the struggle of a girl who is forced by fate into the hardest of choices: love or honor.
©2013 Peter Meredith (P)2015 Peter Meredith
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5 out of 5 stars
By Absurd Book Nerd on 11-21-15

The Beginning of an Epic Fantasy

Where does The Feylands rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The beginning of an epic fantasy, in The Feylands we meet Ella, Gada, and Aric. Ella is a human (or is she) from modern day America. She is thrown into the into the world of the hidden lands after a series of events that bring her into the presence of the Gada (a Den) and Aric (a Fey), both of which find themselves inexplicitly drawn to Ella. They are constantly being dogged by danger as they travel, and the excitement just doesn't stop. Along the way, we even get to meet fairies and the always playful Whip-Whip; plus the loveably awkward dwarf, Furen. This is just the first book in the series and ends in a cliffhanger. You better bet I'll be ready book #2, ASAP!

Fred Wolinsky's narration was spot on. I'll admit that at first I was not sure about his style, but after the first fifteen minutes I couldn't imagine any other narrator. I hope they release book #2 on audiobook soon, with Wolinsky as the narrator of course!

So for all my fantasy loving friends out there, go get a copy of this one. It's definitely one you will want to add to your library.

I received this audiobook for free in return for my honest review.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Jacki Mac on 10-27-15

This should be on the big screen!

Which scene was your favorite?

I loved the scene where the dwarf and the fairy are introduced.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Absolutely! I wish I had that kind of time!

Any additional comments?

I am almost exclusively a true crime, biography, zombie fiction girl. I have never been into the fantasy genre but after just finishing The Feylands I am headed to get the next book in the series right now because I can't wait to continue this story. I listened to this story on Audible.com and I could imagine the action up on the big screen the entire time. Very rich and engaging characters. I look forward to looking into other works by Peter Meredith!

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