Divided Worlds

The Second book in Jennifer Ridge’s Faery Realm series

Description: Alexis and Molly return to the Faery Realm, this time to confront monsters. Mutated creatures that move through the Wilds are endangering the fae and threatening the balance of the Realm. Meanwhile, another kind of monster is stalking Molly at home, sending her twisted little gifts as signs of his affection. With their problems bleeding into the Mortal Realm, Alexis and Molly have no choice but to fight back. Teaming up with the fae Monarchs, the girls venture into the Unseelie Court to find a way to defeat these demons. However, their new allies are just as frightening as the beasts they will be facing …

I was so excited when I got this book in the mail! I was going to buy it one day that it was on a super sale and something happened with a family emergency and I ended up completely forgetting about ordering it and then all of a sudden I got it in the mail from the lovely author herself! It was such a lovely surprise, and I want to say thank you so much to Jennifer for sending me this book! You’re the sweetest! So first of all this cover is absolute gorgeousness! I love the colours on it. It’s so pretty! The story itself was great. It’s such a complex and intriguing storyline, I liked following both girls on their journeys, both together and separate, we got to learn so much about both of them, and about a bunch of the other characters too. I liked the way the characters matured and grew throughout the book, making hard decisions and plotting plans. There was so much excitement and danger. And the ending held a promise of much danger to come! I can’t wait for the next book too!

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