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The Lost Queen

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Tania is a princess of Faerie. And now she must return to the Mortal World. Once, Anita was an ordinary girl on the eve of her sixteenth birthday. Now she has assumed her true identity as Tania, the long-lost princess of the elegant Faerie court. She and her true love, Edric, must return to the Mortal World to seek her Faerie mother, Queen Titania, who disappeared hundreds of years ago searching for Tania. In London, Tania is torn between her mortal life and her new one. Dangers lurk, and Tania's two worlds soon collide in amazing and frightening ways she never could have anticipated . . .show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 335 pages
  • 138 x 202 x 24mm | 322.05g
  • HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0060871075
  • 9780060871079
  • 374,286

Review quote

"A story filled with love, magic, and hair-raising battles awaits readers in this second book in the trilogy."--School Library Journalshow more

Our customer reviews

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.show more
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