Book Reviews of The Lost Queen (Faerie Path, Bk 2)

The Lost Queen (Faerie Path, Bk 2)
The Lost Queen - Faerie Path, Bk 2
Author: Frewin Jones
ISBN-13: 9780060871055
ISBN-10: 0060871059
Publication Date: 10/1/2007
Pages: 352
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Eos
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 1
Much much better compared to the first book in the series. And yes you have to read book 1 to understand this one.

The story line is much smoother, no more I'm not sure who I am lines every two seconds. Instead Tania's on a mission to find her mother, the queen of Faerie, and also to decide where she must finally call home, the mortal world, or Faerie.

Trust me, if you were a bit bored with book one, keep reading, it gets better!
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Helpful Score: 1
Reviewed by Cat for TeensReadToo.com

Princess Tania and her true love, Edric, have returned from the Faerie Realm to find the missing queen Titania, but first must face Tania's mortal parents and the consequences of their three-day absence.

Forbidden from seeing Edric outside of school and play rehearsals for Romeo and Juliet, they prowl the streets of London seeking clues to her long-lost mother's whereabouts.

The threat of Tania's former betrothed haunts her nightmares, a pervading sense of unease plagues those she left behind in Faerie, and the shadows of her previous mortal lives begins to intrude regularly on everyday life. In a race against the clock, Tania and Edric may soon find their time has run out.

With clever details from classic English literature (i.e., a key character's business being located on Spenser Street - no doubt an allusion to Edmund Spenser, author of The Faerie Queene), mirroring the central romance of famed star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet, and drawing from a variety of mythologies, Frewin Jones weaves a tale that draws the reader in and jumps off the page.

THE LOST QUEEN is all at once sparkling and enchanting, yet darkly addictive. A great follow-up to THE FAERIE PATH that will definitely leave readers craving more.
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This series of books are real "page tuners". I read this one in one night. I simply could not put it down. The characters are so real. The writing is so alive and full of action. You find yourself thinking on them as real people and rooting for them. You often find yourself sitting on the edge of your seat as you follow Princess Tania as she side steps and walks between the world of Faerie and our present world of human trying to discover who and what she really is. Frewin Jones truly transports you, drawing you with each volume, into the faerie world of his imagination.
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Reviewed by Cat for TeensReadToo.com

Princess Tania and her true love, Edric, have returned from the Faerie Realm to find the missing queen Titania, but first must face Tania's mortal parents and the consequences of their three-day absence.

Forbidden from seeing Edric outside of school and play rehearsals for Romeo and Juliet, they prowl the streets of London seeking clues to her long-lost mother's whereabouts.

The threat of Tania's former betrothed haunts her nightmares, a pervading sense of unease plagues those she left behind in Faerie, and the shadows of her previous mortal lives begins to intrude regularly on everyday life. In a race against the clock, Tania and Edric may soon find their time has run out.

With clever details from classic English literature (i.e., a key character's business being located on Spenser Street - no doubt an allusion to Edmund Spenser, author of The Faerie Queene), mirroring the central romance of famed star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet, and drawing from a variety of mythologies, Frewin Jones weaves a tale that draws the reader in and jumps off the page.

THE LOST QUEEN is all at once sparkling and enchanting, yet darkly addictive. A great follow-up to THE FAERIE PATH that will definitely leave readers craving more.
reviewed The Lost Queen (Faerie Path, Bk 2) on
Now with her true love, father, and sisters by her side. Tania must go back to the mortal world in search of her long lost mother, the Queen.