The Darkening

The Darkening Life is returning to normal since Willow defeated the faerie prince who had ensnared Mistolear in a deadly game She is refining her skills at Mage School and spending time with her new friends especi
  • Title: The Darkening
  • Author: Maggie L. Wood
  • ISBN: 9781517701185
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Life is returning to normal since Willow defeated the faerie prince who had ensnared Mistolear in a deadly game She is refining her skills at Mage School and spending time with her new friends, especially Brand, the handsome knight who has sworn to protect her Unfortunately, he also drives her mad with his old fashioned rules about proper courtship The peace does notLife is returning to normal since Willow defeated the faerie prince who had ensnared Mistolear in a deadly game She is refining her skills at Mage School and spending time with her new friends, especially Brand, the handsome knight who has sworn to protect her Unfortunately, he also drives her mad with his old fashioned rules about proper courtship The peace does not last, however, as a misstep in Clarion dooms Willow to play another twisted faerie game If she loses, faeries will once again be free to wreak havoc in the realms of Mistolear and Earth The Game Master, King Jarlath of the Unseelie Court, throws Willow and Brand into the Goblin s Gauntlet where goblins, phookas and a host of bloodthirsty creatures are on the hunt In a surprising move, Jarlath sends his own children into the game as well Dacia, the female twin, is ruthless and cunning Theon, the male, is clever, flirtatious and, like all faeries, devastatingly beautiful Willow struggles to resist Theon s charm, while Brand s jealousy simmers but with the fate of two realms hanging in the balance, both must push their emotions aside Can Willow and Brand trust the faerie siblings, or is there than one game being played
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    2 thoughts on “The Darkening

    1. Maggie L Wood lives in London, Ontario, where she writes in between doing the cooking and cleaning, reading her favorite YA authors, and watching her favorite AMC, HBO, and Netflix shows Her books, Captured and The Darkening, of The Divided Realms series have had two different publishers and have both been orphaned by their former publishers before the 3rd book in the series Auralict could be published Maggie has decided to publish Auralict and the Divided Realms series herself as e Books, and as paperbacks through s CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

    2. You know I loved Captured, but trust that The Darkening is just as good I read it 4 years ago, but I ve never forgotten how much I loved it, so I m excited to see that it s available in print and eBook again.

    3. I love these books, the struggle for domanance by light and dark, never ending games and of course knights in shining armor Captured and The Darkening bring new life to the Seelie and Unseelie courts I can t wait for book three

    4. Each book has a theme captured is about finding out who you are,darkening is romance and book 3 which is not avalible yet is backstabbing.

    5. 2nd book in a series about a normal teenage Earth girl who discovers she s a princess in the medieval land of Mistolear The curse that forced Willow s family to play a life threatening game of chess is broken But the faeries aren t done playing other sorts of games with Willow and those she cares about In bk2, we learn a lot about faerie society and politics Their world is one of deception and intrigue, of cunning and psychological games, where loyalties are hidden, sometimes even from themselv [...]

    6. Now, you know I loved Captured, the first book in The Divided Realms series, but now you can check out my thoughts on The Darkening, too.

    7. This book just lacked the excitement of the first book I was not as impressed by the storyline and at times the plot seemed over the top.

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