The Story is About + young adult

Darklight by Lesley Livingston

Darklight by Lesley Livingston

Release Date: December 22, 2009
Publisher: HarperTeen
Age Group: Young Adult
Pages: 320
Source: Publisher/Author
Interest: Series
Other Titles in the Series: Wondrous Strange
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Much has changed since autumn, when Kelley Winslow learned she was Faerie royalty, fell in love with changeling guard Sonny Flannery, and saved New York City from a rampaging Faerie war band. When a terrifying encounter in Central Park sends Kelley tumbling into the Otherworld, her reunion with Sonny is joyful—but cut short. For they’ve been plunged into a game of Faerie deception and wavering allegiances in which the next move could topple a kingdom...or part them forever.
Three words; Sonny is MINE! or impressive, exciting &captivating

I was even more impressed with Darklight than it's predecessor Wondrous Strange. Livingston was able to weave an unpredictable and entertaining plot, with all the characters that I had grown to love in Wondrous Strange. Not to mention characters that were re-introduced like... Fennrys. Where did this delicious dish come from! I'll have seconds please!

I loved the elements of the Otherworld, Livingston has a beautiful writing style that makes you feel like you are there with the character, just awesomely captivating descriptions without being overly detailed.

This is definitely a series that you will want to read in order. There are a lot of references to the previous novel and there are some character histories that wouldn't be clear had you not read the first novel. As with most novels in the middle of a series there are some questions left unanswered but there are some huge revelations as well.

I love Livingston's story telling ability. There is something in the way that she tells a story that is addicting. Awesome fae series. I can't wait to read the next novel!

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Darklight by Lesley Livingston + young adult