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Hing and the Faerie and then the Fool and the resurrection of a primordial war with a forgotten People a war that not only the Hastings but the whole human race could lo. This is one of my favorite stories of all time and if I could would be the one book I would convert into a movie It would definitely need modernisingThe story gets a little dark in places but is otherwise a tottaly captivating read that blends real life and faerie myth perfectlyMy female friend who doesn t read very often couldn t put this down but couldn t read it by herself at night The Sunday Potluck Club (The Sunday Potluck Club, the Faerie and The Mission Primer then Decorum the resurrection of a primordial war with a forgotten People a war Zen Doodle Unleashed that not only DIGIGRA sexy gravure vol395 yua kuramochi the whole human race could lo. This is one of my favorite stories of all Folk Shawls time and if I could would be Why Knock Rock? the one book I would convert into a movie It would definitely need modernisingThe story gets a little dark in places but is otherwise a Fiction Writers Workshop tottaly captivating read Witch, Please (Not Your Basic Witch that blends real life and faerie myth perfectlyMy female friend who doesn Fabricate t read very often couldn First & Then t put Ella Puede! t read it by herself at night

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Faerie Tale

In rural upstate New York Life was wonderful full of magic and about to be altered irrevocably by a Magic real than any he dared imagineFor with the Magic came the Bad T. I am shelving this with my other facetious to not read ever reviews even though I have nothing against the book My parents owned a copy of it when I was very young and I was always fascinated and creeped out by the evocative cover with the lost shoe and the smear of blood I spotted a used copy at a library sale a few weeks ago and debated buying it but I have too many books to read already I contented myself with looking it up on Goodreads and I saw the alternate cover linked to this review And suddenly I uestion I uestion why my parents just left lying around what is obiously some sort of weird monkey insect pedophilia fetish book I also uestion WTF was going on when this cover was illustratedMostly that second part

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Phil Hastings was a lucky man he had money a growing reputation as a screenwriter a happy loving family with three kids and he'd just moved into the house of his dreams. I decided that it was time to re read this one Even though I ve read this twice already Feist is scaring the crap out of me to the point that I have to set it aside sometimes I will be with it for a few days I m sure even though I m putting today s date on the review I can do this because I know my rating won t change esp since GoodReads doesn t let a person give a book than 5 stars Damn this is scaryFeist is certainly one of the best in the genre His descriptions of the worlds he visits are vivid you not only see them you feel them His characters are absolutely real including the fantasy supernatural ones This is the first of Feist s works that I read and on re reading the magic holds For my money this is his best Feist like King and children themselves knows that kids are often the targets of the Bad Things and that they must and do struggle with evil he doesn t shy away from these truths His magica


10 thoughts on “Faerie Tale

  1. says:

    I read this book back in one weekend back in the 1983 it's real dark horror one of most creepy stories of its time if want a one of horror of outstanding performance in a book this is not just good it is fantastic

  2. says:

    I decided that it was time to re read this one Even though I've read this twice already Feist is scaring the crap out of me to the point that I have to set it aside sometimes I will be with it for a few days I'm sure even though I'm putting today's date on the review I can do this because I know my rating won't change esp since GoodReads doesn't let a person give a book than 5 stars Damn this is scaryFeist is certainly one of the best in

  3. says:

    The first uarter of the book was slow and a little clunky; I felt it very contrived and awkward almost like the author wasn't uite sure how to get all his characters in one place or how to introduce them once he brought them to the same location That said the remaining 34 of the book is excellent Feist doesn't exactly put a new spin on faeries but his descriptions of them are marvelously complex Faeries are

  4. says:

    I am shelving this with my other facetious to not read ever reviews even though I have nothing against the book My parents owned a copy of it when I was very young and I was always fascinated and creeped out by the evocative cover with the lost shoe and the smear of blood I spotted a used copy at a library sale a few weeks ago and

  5. says:

    Raymond E Feist b 1945 is one of the leading fantasy writers in the contemporary US literary scene best known for his massive Riftwar Saga series Barb and I read the latter in the early 90s and liked it although I've never

  6. says:

    Impossible to read After a simplistic yet somehow intriguing prologue a guy sees something then he grabs a bottle and drinks there is a first chapter where we find all about a mother her husband two boys a girl a house a porch a certain brand of dog food a dog and the dog has a name a cat and the cat has a name too and and there I stoppedI al

  7. says:

    This is one of my favorite stories of all time and if I could would be the one book I would convert into a movie It would

  8. says:

    Ok first let me go ahead and say that this is a true GoodReads 2 star rating that is it was ok and nothing else because it is reall

  9. says:

    To give this book ANY stars would be giving it too many The concept is good but the pacing is terrible a slow ponderous plot there's a surplus of characters none of them terribly engaging or real and it takes seemingly forever to get to the point Worst of all this book seems to have heralded the start of what my friends and I at the age of TWELVE disgustedly referred to as Raymond E Feist's rape fantasy period in whic

  10. says:

    Just laughably awful My husband and I still both joke about this one The author is so obviously infatuated with hi

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