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Short Description for Knife KNIFE is a classic fairy story, with a feisty heroine and a dark side...
- Published: 08 January 2009
- Format: Paperback 320 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781408303122 ISBN 10: 1408303124
- Sales rank: 20,545
Reviews for Knife
This is a fantasy novel that is so grounded in reality, it manages to carefully balance logic and mystery. RJ Anderson has an amazing ability to draw you into the story, the skill she uses to weave the characters through such a brilliant plot is simply magical. :) by rawstatic
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If It's A Choice Between Love And Duty, I Choose...!
Faeries have always existed in the Oak; it has been their home for hundreds of years, long before the humans and their house. But there are no longer as many faeries as there once were. They are fading, dying. Their magic is all but gone, and no one can say why.rnrnThere are a few simple rules all faeries must live by, obey the Queen, never go outside, and above all else stay away from humans. These rules are made to protect the Oak and its faery inhabitants. But what if it is these rules that are slowly killing the faeries?rnrnNo faery would dare to disobey the Queen, but when one faery has the chance to leave the Oak, to discover the truth of the faeries past; will she be able to save her kind, finding a way to restore the faeries magic? Or will she bring the destruction of the faery world down upon them all in her quest for the truth, and be forced to make the ultimate sacrifice?rnrnI have been looking forward to reading this book for a while, and at first I feared it would never live up to the expectations I had built up. But lucky for me it was everything I expected it to be and more.rnrnKnife is a story of adventure, danger, secrets, love and faeries; a magical world to lose yourself in. This is the kind of book you can read again and again, with something in it for everyone. It is surprisingly touching and more involving then first appears. The first in a series, this book is a must read. by Larissa McGrath