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How To Ditch Your Fairy By Justine Larbalestier July 28, 2011

Teen Review By: Megan H.

Rating: 5/5

What is this book about?

Charlie is 14 and lives in a world where everyone has a fairy. Hers is a parking fairy and she hates it. Along with another girl who hates her fairy as well, they devise a plan to ditch their fairies.

What did you like/dislike about it?

What I liked about this book was the emotion in it. Whatever Charlie felt, I felt even more.

Who would you recommend it to?

I would recommend this book to any teenage girl who is interested in funny fiction stories.

 

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Wicked Lovely October 16, 2009

Filed under: Fantasy — sclrobyn @ 5:54 pm
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wickedlovelyWicked Lovely by Melissa Marr

Aishlinn can see fairies. Not your garden-variety, sweet flower fairies. Fairies that walk unseen in the human world, beautiful, capricious, fierce. If they are feeling mischievious might tie your shoe laces together, or hide your socks. Yet, on a whim, they can be far more sinister and cruel. Aishlinn has always been able to see them, and so can her grandmother. She has impressed upon her some fundamental rules.

  1. Don’t ever attract their attention
  2. Don’t speak to invisible fairies
  3. Don’t stare at invisible fairies

If they ever found out that she could see them, they might put out her eyes, or something far worse. She lives her life on edge, trying not to acknowledge the fairies all around her. But, the rules are changing. She is being stalked by several fairies, and she finds out that the Summer King has set his sights on her.

Sequels: Ink Exchange, Fragile Eternity

Readalikes: Tithe by Holly Black; The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint