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I love how this book continues to enlighten the reader with character development. The plot became more complex, the characters more strangd defined and the twists more startling than I ever anticipated. I loved Wondrous Strange when I read it earlier in the year. Well, Darklight took the series to another level for me.
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There was of course a huge twist! Fairies with a penchant for violence? Sonny plus giant surge of greenness equals awesomeness. It’s a bit of a complicated project though, but I plan to have it finished hopefully sometime this summer This book sounds really fun.
Alyssa, wow, that was quick! Slowly, as secrets unfold, earklight characters’ history becomes clearer, as do their motivations. I like it that part of the setting involves Central Park, a place that I love too. Gotta borrow the next from my friend fast or I think I might explode wondering what happens!
Danger lurks for them and her in Central Park as they step knee deep into a darkligut. I strongly recommend you pick up Wondrous Strange and Darklight if your a fan of beautifully written YA fantasy books. Whimsical atmospheres get old quick.
Mar 16, Kelsey rated it it was amazing Shelves: The story starts with Sonny, the Janus warrior is back in the faerie realm completing a task for his King, and Kelley being left behind in dsrklight mortal world.
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It may have been better! An ancient, hidden magick is stirring, and a dangerous new enemy is willing to risk everything to claim that power. I really appreciate your and your daughter’s reviews.
This was a clear improvement over the first book in the series. I loved your review too.
The story is told from the perspective of both the mail characters Kelly and Sonny in alternating chapters. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I have yet to read the third book in this series, but I am sure that I will be reading it eventually. I never thought I’d come to say this but: This debut series that puts a fresh new spin on classic fairy lore. I once again fell in love with Sonny, however I also started to warm up to other male companions too.
I did, however, like seeing more of my favorite Lesley Livingston character, the Fennrys Wolf. Makes me want to go back to Central Park for another visit It is a well written story that does not drag and has plenty of action and romance to keep the readers attention. It was everything I hoped it would be and then some!
In fact, I almost enjoyed it more because we get to discover darklught about the Faerie Realm and discover more about Sonny Flannery’s “Otherworldy” heritage. Especially the part where Sonny threatens to burn down an entire theater filled with raging leprechauns. The deep, darkpight romance between Sonny and Kelly is pulled and stretched by everyone around them, incuding themselves. We get to see more of the other Courts and their leaders Spring and Summer and a few new species darolight introduced.
Alyssa, I’d love to hear what you think of the series. The double reviews and interview has sold me.
Darklight (Wondrous Strange, book 2) by Lesley Livingston
They are cunning and sly and mischievous. So while I didn’t think this was her best book, I still liked it! It could have been a bit more detailed for that. But, as close to normal as things may strajge, the repercussions from Samhain eve are just starting to be felt. My favorite aspect of this second book is experiencing the faerie realm.
In Darklight secrets are revealed, more mystery is added and things aren’t how they seem. Her descriptions are beautiful and to the point. I’m torn, because I did enjoy quite a bit of it Not to say this was a bad book, it was just the opposite: