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Publisher's Summary

Ready Player One with faeries! Immerse yourself in a world of magic and adventure, where high-tech gaming meets the treacherous Realm of Faerie. Add a touch of romance, cyberpunk, and plenty of fae magic, and you get the acclaimed USA Today best-selling Feyland series - over 2,000 pages of fabulous GameLit Fantasy, at a special bundle price! 

Includes: 

  • The First Adventure
  • The Dark Realm
  • The Twilight Kingdom
  • How To Babysit A Changeling
  • Trinket
  • Spark
  • Brea's Tale
  • Royal
  • The Bug in the Dark Court
  • Marny
©2011 Anthea Sharp (P)2020 Aethon Audio

What listeners say about Feyland: The Complete Series

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First, this isn't LitRPG & NOT ready player one

So, there are not stats, there are no skills, there is no "game". This is a contemporary fantasy. MC uses a gaming headset to travel to the actual world of the fey which doesn't operate on any game mechanics at all. The helmet is basically a portal to the fey lands but the tech/game mechanics stop there. Also this is NOTHING like "Ready Player One". There is NO gaming involved. There is no Cyberpunk. So the Publisher's Summary is a big gimmick and false advertising.

So getting that out of the way and judging this book as more like regular YA fantasy novel. It is just ok. It is very folk lore-ish but in a vague way not really explained way. Like the author didn't actually know most of the lore just like the basics and the rest is all made up. There really isn't combat either, it is all the same and then for some reason the combat really doesn't end as combat it turns into riddles and weird "wtf just happened and why?" moments that make no logical sense had no foreshowing… nothing... just random. Most of the book focuses on the outside of feyland. Like the MC's best friend's poor situation and life problems. There is a lot of character building that tries to get you to sympathize with someone who is like ultra poor and lives in the ghetto and mothers a druggy and brother had some mental problem and yeah.... It was ok, but it was over done and felt forced. I found myself fast forwarding through some of the pity me parts because they kept repeating.

I bought this book because it was supposed to be LitRPG and had good reviews but it is frustrating to buy a book that is blatantly mislabeled just because there happens to be a computer helmet involved..

Was it worth 1 credit. Yeah but only because it is a long book and there were some interesting and fun parts. But is this like OMG I need the NEXT BOOK!!!!!!!!????? No. sorry but no.

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Beware

I purchased this on the pretext that it was a LitRPG book and unfortunately it is not.

After the first hour I could tell this series was not for me and couldn't stomach any more of it. Will be attempting my first refund with this misleading entry into the LitRPG genre.

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How???

How on this green Earth is this reviewed this highly? Was it review bombed? This has a Ghostbusters remake level of story telling. I thought the free audio books were bad, but this...

At least the narration seems OK?

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Disappointment

I was thoroughly underwhelmed by the development of both the "in-game" characters and the story's overall progression. The concept of this book was great; however, absolutely nothing else caught my attention. The lack of descriptive imagery was infuriating. Nothing about this book has, literally or expectantly, ANYTHING to do with a game or any plausible mechanics there of. The narator sounds brand-spankin'-new. You can very clearly hear moments when she begins another line of text in the middle of a conversation, or otherwise. There are moments when her vocal inflections come totally out of left field due to the reader's eyeballs dragging down one line to another in a paragraph. Don't lie in your book's description. I read the reviews and decided against believing them. I was a fool.

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I tried so hard.

I've had my nails pulled. I would gladly have that done again than try and listen to this vapid story again. There are a few interesting points but the story and characters are boring, the most interesting thing is Tams lack of decent headset, but it's clear that while he is going to get one, he isn't going to use it for gaming competitions.
I cannot endure 40+ more hours of this crap.

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ok i guess

the performance was good. the story itself is ok at best. if it hadent been the whole collection i def would not have went past book 1. on a side note i would t consider this litrpg either. it was more of a fantasy teenage love story where they played some vr.

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Great story and LONG!

Fifty-five hours but never once did I feel bored or ready to move on. I’m actually sad it’s over and immediately went to the author’s website to see if there were going to be more.

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This book is awful.

I got maybe 6 hours in before wanting to listen to silence more than this book.
Characters? Generic
Setting? High school or undeveloped video game
Rpg elements? Totally missing.

I feel like this person doesn't like video games, just thought it was an easy way to add some elements to their boring, generic teen book.

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good for kids not for older readers.

not for me. seems like the author was writing for little girls. so if you are a tween you might like it.

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Classic Lit meets Bleeding-Edge VR

The Feyland series is a wonderfully enjoyable blend of classic literature and near-future VR gaming. The main character names in the first story give away a fair bit of the plot for fans of classic literature and Fae lore, but the updated twist on the blending of the Mortal and Fae realms within the gaming world is well done and does not feel trite. The subsequent stories introduce additional characters and rotate which person is the main protagonist. Some of the books also link to classic poems which are, or may be, about the Fae, which provides a nice immersive touch to the real world. There are several short stories included in this collection that go into additional details on the history of some of the characters or what they were doing while the main action was taking place in one of the books. The series wraps up nicely with the current stories over and the characters knowing that they will be able to handle any new challenges in the future.

The characters are believable for their ages and circumstances and the story flows nicely. The Gamelit elements are extremely light, to the point where this is more Sci-Fantasy than LitRPG/Gamelit, which makes for a nice series to introduce a new listener to the genre without overwhelming them with stat blocks and details of people leveling constantly. Overall: Highly Recommended.

Disclaimer: I was given this a free review copy audiobook and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • A. Williams
  • 03-03-21

It’s Not Ready Player with Faeries

Who ever said it was can’t have read Ready Player One or any other LitRPG.
Anyway, I suppose it’s a bit YA because of the age of the protagonists but that really only comes into play in the interactions outside of Feyland.

The conceit of Feyland works well and is enjoyable and even though the books are somewhat episodic, building on each one, the adventures don’t get stale and I enjoyed them all and how it finished even though the author is a bit inconsistent in applying the rules she creates between our world and Feyland.

It’s also a bit off putting how gaming is sometimes described in here, as there were times when I was embarrassed for the author, who reminded me very much of a clueless reporter trying to ‘get down with the kids’ in order to write a fluff piece and that’s me showing my age right there lol.

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  • phae
  • 11-14-20

1 star. because I can't give none.

Advertised as ready player one with faeries. Nope not even close! I lasted 15 minutes and gave up.

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  • Rose
  • 11-08-20

job loss for quotation marks

As per usual we find that authors have made the use of quotation marks redundant. In other words, when it comes to the delivery of dialogue they state the obvious i.e. dad said and Thomas said etc. We know this from the fact that there are quotation marks thus indicating that these are words and therefore said. What’s not so obvious is how those words were said. To the book. Well, it’s not bad but then it’s not too great either. It’s vivid enough and contains the usual good guy bad guy and the right amount of prejudice that comes back to haunt our character in the end. It’s not great though, too much of life involved between the gaming experience which, frankly I find boring and distracting. The accents employed by the narrator are sometimes suspect as well. It’s all right as a reading experience but I’m glad this was given to me in exchange for an honest review so I didn’t have to pay for it.

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  • Jennifer Deeley
  • 10-06-20

Great value and great storys

54 hours 22min of story's for 1 credit, it's a bargain and they are all excellent story's. All of the story's intertwine well and the narrator does a amazing job (if your no good with names like me it's not a problem telling the character's apart). I would highly recommend.

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  • dunpony
  • 09-18-20

Just Brilliant!

It's 50+ hours of pure gold. The books all have endings - no cliff hangers here - but come together to make a satisfying story. I couldn't put it down

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  • Mark “Tom” Clancy
  • 09-03-20

Good LitRPG collection

So having listened to the first book in the Feyland series I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to listening to the other books. The audiobook starts with what I think is the longest prologue I ha e heard however it sets the mood and rhythm for the rest of the book and allows readers/listeners to be brought into the mix of fantasy/fairytale and tech world whilst building one of the central characters backstory. Overall the book is enjoyable although there were a couple of parts that seemed to repeat an earlier premise that didn’t spoil to entire storyline, and I look forward to continuing my journey through this combination of fairytale/tech mashup.