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The year is 1590. The city of London flourishes, the most brilliant jewel in the crown of Elizabeth I, Gloriana, the Virgin Queen.

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The Onyx Court is London’s faerie shadow. Ruled by Invidiana, its heartless queen, it reflects and distorts the glory of the mortal court.

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Years ago, Elizabeth forged a pact with her faerie counterpart to secure both of their thrones. Now that alliance is in danger. Michael Deven, a rising star in Elizabeth’s court, seeks the “hidden player” who has influenced mortal politics for so long. Lady Lune, a faerie out of favor, must infiltrate the mortal world to protect her vicious queen. Together this pair will uncover the secret of Invidiana’s power - a secret that has the potential to shatter both realms.

©2008 Marie Brennan (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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Great book, well performed

I just heard about this book recently. The story meshes real-world history and fairy lore to create an interesting and intrigue filled story. The characters are the best part. They are multidimensional with independent goals and desires. I highly recommend this book.

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Another enchanting world to sink into

this was a great story. well-developed characters and a nice Twist on a piece of History

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  • 02-24-21

Goes nowhere

This had a really intriguing premise but in the end didn’t deliver. The concept of Queen Elizabeth and a fairy counterpart could have been great but there was nothing between them and the power balance was shot from the start. The human male started interestingly but then just traipsed round after the woman fairy. Also there was absolutely no reason to have two narrators.