Plot synopsis[ edit ] Phil Hastings and his family have just moved back to his hometown for some much needed peace and quiet from the Hollywood scene. Gloria, their mother, senses something, but simply dismisses her concern as stress from their recent move. Gabbie, their older half-sister, meets the man of her dreams, but also is tempted by other men. Deep in the woods, The Bad Thing and his Master are ready to break free of the centuries-old compact made to keep the Faerie world and the Human world at peace. Only through believing the insane and impossible can they save both worlds from colliding again.
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Faeries are not merely human with pointy ears and gem-colored eyes; they are hyper-sexual, capricious creatures that have few features of humanity about them at all.
Even the "good" faeries have a streak of weirdness and cruel humor. The plot moves along fairly well after the initial slowness, and there are some interesting twists and developments with secret societies and ancient history. Worth a read if you are interested in the "modern faerie" type stories. 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 I am shelving this with my other facetious "to-not-read-ever" reviews, even though I have nothing against the book. I contented myself with looking it up on Goodreads and I saw the alternate cover linked to this review.
And suddenly I question. I question why my parents just left lying around what is obiously some sort of weird monkey insect pedophilia fetish book. I also question WTF was going on when this cover was illustrated. Mostly that second part.
[PDF] Faerie Tale Book by Raymond E. Feist Free Download (490 pages)
Feist Length: 16 hrs and 48 mins Unabridged 4. Twins Borric and Erland wore that mantle proudly, much to the chagrin of their father, Prince Arutha of Krondor. But their blissful youth has come to an end. Their uncle, the king, has produced no male children. Bypassing himself, Arutha names Borric, the eldest twin by seconds, the royal heir. As his brother, Erland will have his own great responsibilities to shoulder.