David Sullivan and his friends who have met the Sidhe several times in the north Georgia mountains are getting older and one is about to get married. David gets a precognitive glimpse of a war in Faerie killing his friends bride and off they go to talk some sense into the Sidhe. This book was pretty weak, compared to the rest of the series. Yes, these are mainly young adult books, but the silly way these characters run around trying to save one girl and pretty much paying no mind that the rest of reality could be crushed by this war, is pretty stupid. This drifts into the world of the just not plausible. I didn't read any more of the series after this.