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Publisher's Summary

The worlds of the Faeries of the Light and the Faeries of the Night are always at war. Ruler of the Faeries of the Light Queen Holly Blue, and her brother Pyrgus, must always be on the lookout for the evil schemes of their foe from the other side, Lord Hairstreak. Queen Blue is suspicious when Hairstreak proposes a truce between the warring faeries. While they debate this treaty, the faerie demons of the night plot a hostile takeover. Implanting Henry Atherton with a controlling device, they force him to kidnap Queen Blue, unbeknownst to Pyrgus and Lord Hairstreak. Now it's up to Pyrgus to rescue his dear sister and queen, and save the Faerie Realm. New York Times best-selling author Herbie Brennan packs this fast-paced adventure with action and dangerous thrills.
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©2006 Herbie Brennan (P)2007 Recorded Books, LLC
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1 out of 5 stars
By A.Monroe on 04-12-16

did not like it

it was not good it just was not good at all there was not a good point in it

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3 out of 5 stars
By Truffle on 08-19-15

Narrator ruined this book for me

The first book was good and the second book was ok, Gerard Doyle is one of the best narrators and brought them to life and made the first book a joy to listen to and the second book better then it was. This book was kind of hard to listen to as it appears that James Wilson never listened to the first two books to get an idea of the way Gerard Doyle brought the characters to life and the pronunciation of the names, the whole time listening to the book I found myself turning the book off or yelling at the author because I could not stand the way James Wilson brought some of the characters to life (voices, emphasis of feelings & pronunciations of words) it was a complete struggle with the new narrator.

The author seemed to not really have an idea of what he wanted to do as he kept floundering back and forth with the characters emotions, attitudes, and total characteristics it would have been a lot easier to get through that character personality unrest as in the last book if it was Gerard Doyle but with James Wilson it was just torcher.

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