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Teen and Young
Author: Gillian Summers
ISBN: 1439555974
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher Paw Prints 2008-10-01; Reprint edition (October 2008)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.8
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eBook Into the Wildewood (The Faire Folk Trilogy) download

by Gillian Summers


That reminded her of the Red Cap, the destructive evil fairy she’d defeated.

That reminded her of the Red Cap, the destructive evil fairy she’d defeated. Not bad for a girl who until two months ago hadn’t known she had magical abilities. She checked her watch, a contraband object according to the rules of the Faire.

Into the Wildewood book Gillian Summers has created such a compelling world of fairies and their connection to nature that I thoroughly enjoyed

Into the Wildewood book. After squelching an evil plot by a rotten fairy, Keelie Heartwood is ready for fun at the upcoming Wildewood Renaissance Faire. Gillian Summers has created such a compelling world of fairies and their connection to nature that I thoroughly enjoyed. This is such an excellent story of a teenage girl going through life experiences that seem like such a fantasy but is told so realistically. Thank you Ms. Summers!

After squelching an evil plot by a rotten fairy, Keelie Heartwood is ready for . This is a wonderful second book of the Faire Folk trilogy.

After squelching an evil plot by a rotten fairy, Keelie Heartwood is ready for fun at the upcoming Wildewood Renaissance Faire. Getting to know her elf dad has been great. Don't miss the first book in the Faire Folk Trilogy, The Tree Shepherd's Daughter: "One of those remarkable tales in which the reader becomes completely immersed. This is a young adult novel that is fantasy based and very fantasy-filled with elves, faries and dark fae. It is, however, an excellent for people of all ages (myself a senior)book that touches our fantasy thoughts and dreams.

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The sunlight had faded into dusky twilight. Twilight and dawn-the times when the fairies came out, or so it was said in the fairy tales she’d read. But Keelie knew better. But Keelie knew better matter what time of day it wa. cloud of them had surrounded Knot and he’d vanished, leaving her to fight her way through the unknown woods. She could forgive him that. The evening air chilled her exposed shoulders, and she wished she still had the vampire cape. At least she had the Robin Hood hose to keep her legs warm.

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Into the Wildewood: The Faire Folk Trilogy. At the dazzling Fairy High Court-fraught with enchantments and trickery-Keelie Heartwood discovers that an imbalance in magic has created a colossal rift that can destroy the world. The goblin's curse sos-3. The Tree Shepherd's Daughter. Keelie's mixed blood (elf, human, and fae) makes her powerful, but this sixteen-year-old . girl can't fix things alone. The Grey Mantle elves aren't helping at all, even though bizarre things are happening all around their village.

The Langs' Fairy Books are a series of 25 collections of true and fictional stories for children published between 1889 and 1913 by Andrew Lang and his wife, Leonora Blanche Alleyne. The best known books of the series are the 12 collections of fairy tales also known as Andrew Lang's "Coloured" Fairy Books or Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many Colors. In all, the volumes feature 798 stories, besides the 153 poems in The Blue Poetry Book.

Swarms of small bright creatures that were not quite birds or insects or fairy folk swooped and rose, hovered and dived around us, making a living banner to salute our arrival

Swarms of small bright creatures that were not quite birds or insects or fairy folk swooped and rose, hovered and dived around us, making a living banner to salute our arrival. Under-water beings swam beside our craft, creatures with large, luminous eyes, long hands, fronded tails, and glowing green-blue skin. Many dwelled in or on T˘aul Ielelor: ragged swimmers resembling weedy plants, their gaze turned always up, up to the surface; the beguiling pale figures of the Iele, from whom the lake got its name, reaching out graceful white arms from bank or islet or overhanging willow.

The Fairy Folk bir gönderi paylaştı. Art and photography by Laura Makabresku. The place is cold and empty. We lie deep down into the ground. I can hear death working gradually around us. Melancholy white, black and color.

Zodama
This is a wonderful second book of the Faire Folk trilogy. This is a young adult novel that is fantasy based and very fantasy-filled with elves, faries and dark fae. It is, however, an excellent for people of all ages (myself a senior)book that touches our fantasy thoughts and dreams. As a reader one can follow Keelie Heartwood and her dad through all sorts of magickal happenings that began in the first book. Young and old tree lovers alike will be enthralled with the new advantures and characters that Ms Summers has created. I am currently reading the first book of the second trilogy because Ms Summers has developed such wonderful characters and story line that I can hardly wait to follow Keelie and Zeke further in their lives. The fasination with the talking trees is so Tolkin-like (ie the ents) that one can just imagine this happening and wonder if you, yourself, can touch that magick as well. I highly recommend these books to young and young at heart alike!
Tori Texer
I love this series, and can't wait to keep reading it! Of course, I still a ways behind the author.

I would really recommend that you read this series in order; while the books can be read out of order, I don't think that you'll have as much appreciation for the characters as you would reading in order, as they build on top of each trouble.

But really, you can appreciate what Keelie is going through. In this book, you continue her journey with her, and see her not only embracing her new heritage (well, new to her, she's obviously always been half-elf!), but also becoming a different person than who she was. She tries to balance the life of the spoiled (human) teenage girl that she was, while still deeply grieving for her recently deceased mother, with this new world, full of not just her own magical abilities, but also new magical creatures. (Keelie not only discovers elves, but dwarves, unicorns, witches, and several types of fairies -at least 3 so far!)

This is a great series, and if you were into Twilight and Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson series, then I think you'll love these! Enjoy :)
Jerinovir
I just finished reading the first book on my Kindle and bought this the next day. I was that excited about the storyline. What I've found in this 2nd book is a little disappointing. Yes, it is still an enjoyable read. I like the characters, I like the story. However, little things are irritating. At the beginning, the author spends time recounting some instances from the 1st book, but inaccurately. The $400 credit card bill didn't happen that way in the first book. Raven told Keelie at the end of the first book that she would indeed be in NY at the next faire. Suddenly, the authors have sent Raven off on an internship. When Janice invites Zeke and Keelie to dinner, she is suddenly referred to as "JANET" in one paragraph. Inconsistencies are sloppy to me and unfortunately grab my attention. If you don't mind a few inconsistencies here and there, then it is a cool, happy read. As I mentioned, I am still enjoying the storyline, but am just hung up on the inconsistencies that irritate me.
Miromice
Though teen "drama" remains prevalent in this second book of The Faire Folke trilogy, Gillian Summers captures the imagination, reinventing a fantasy within our modern day world. Keeli is a heroine rising to ever- increasing magical challenges and discovering her own identity along the way. Will the marvels in this magical layer of the modern world never cease to amaze? I look foward to further adventures.
Envias
We enjoy the Renaissance Fair. I found my self looking at the preformers with new interest after reading Gillian Summers books. The line between fantsy and what is real are not so sharp at the fair, I found myself looking for familiar characters. But then I danced with fairies as a child and wee people lived in my Granny's rose garden.
Zepavitta
I bought the first book of the series (The Tree Shepherd's Daughter) for my daughters, and wound up reading it at their urging. It was wonderful! The next book in the series (Into the Wildewood) continues the story and expands on Keelie's coming to terms with her elf heritage, and explores the nature/environmental themes as Keelie reads the memories of the trees in a troubled forest damaged by pollution. Combining teenage romance and friendship, some mystical elements, and a lot of action, this was a fun read for me and for my daughters (ages 13 and 14).
Purestone
From now on my experience at Ren Faires will be different! I just finished reading all 6 books of the 2 trilogies (I am an adult). They are fun, creative, include lots of details, and adventures that keep pulling you through the books to see what will happen next. I sure hope these authors are busy working on the next saga of Keelie Heartwood adventures!
I loved this book!!! It made me laugh so much. Gillian Summers is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. This book grabbed a hold of you from page one and didn't let go until the very end. I won't go into plot detail here, but I will say that having trees go on a rampage is a first and has never been well written until now.