This first book in the series was slow to  start. I wasn’t sure where it was going or if I even really liked it  until around page 180ish… It was a sad, frustrating story about a  girl’s life, growing up with a mom who drank a lot and never met the  right guys. A girl who dropped out of school at 14 to help buy food and  pay the bills. The girl who everyone thought was weird and didn’t quite  understand. She believed in faeries, but what did that matter? Until she  found out the truth of why she believed in faeries and who she really  is. Kaye is clever, sweet, caring, and brave. This book blooms into a  story of love, loss, finding yourself and friendship. I ended up really  enjoying it.
My Rating: 3 Stars

This first book in the series was slow to start. I wasn’t sure where it was going or if I even really liked it until around page 180ish… It was a sad, frustrating story about a girl’s life, growing up with a mom who drank a lot and never met the right guys. A girl who dropped out of school at 14 to help buy food and pay the bills. The girl who everyone thought was weird and didn’t quite understand. She believed in faeries, but what did that matter? Until she found out the truth of why she believed in faeries and who she really is. Kaye is clever, sweet, caring, and brave. This book blooms into a story of love, loss, finding yourself and friendship. I ended up really enjoying it.


My Rating: 3 Stars

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Posted on Wednesday, 24 March
Tagged as: Faeries,   Tithe   Ironside   Holly Black   YA  
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    You know, I distinctly remember liking this book a lot, and I still like it, I’d prefer this movie to be made instead of...
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    Will you write me a fairy tale?! :3
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    I write nice fairy tales.
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    I remember liking this book when I read it… =~= Why can’t anyone write about fairies without it being SO GOFFIK why...
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    Hey Santa, I want this under my tree :)
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    Seeing this brings back memories of reading this book under the covers with a flashlight (yes, really), and my fanatical...
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    SAME.
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    this is a really amazing book
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