A year ago, Meghan Elam learned that she was Faelorehn, a being of the Otherworld. Immortal. Only when her visions grew worse and when a mysterious boy appeared to help guide her, did she finally come to realize exactly who and what she was. But the questions didn't end there, and Meghan is only just beginning to find the answers. Now she must juggle her life in the mortal world with the one she has started to build in the Otherworld. However, keeping her identity secret from her friends and family while trying to avoid a wrathful Celtic goddess is no easy task. With the help of her newfound friend and savior, Cade MacRoich, Meghan will gradually learn that not only does she come from a place full of magic and wonder but that she, too, is far more powerful than she ever thought possible.
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It's right up there
The return home. The climax was great, but the resolution at the end was satisfying.
See Question 2
I'm not an easy cryer, but it was much more emotionally engaging than Book 1.
My only issue with Book 1 was that not a lot happened. Not the case with this book - nicely plotted.
Following Megan and Cade into the Otherworld on the other side of the Dolmarehn is spectacular! Facing the Morrigan and her deathly creatures Cade and Megan find their strength to tell each other how they feel.
Ms. Johnson has created a world full of creatures to delight the imagination of any reader. I would love to have a few Twigrins for my garden and a spirit guide.
Can't wait to listen to Luathara!
I enjoyed the beautiful otherworld journey through the wonderfully narrated words of Christine Papania. I am a fan of Irish and Scottish folklore and this trilogy guided my imagination through a magical crusade.
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