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  • Feyguard trilogy

    Good read.a cool,relatable fantasy that has realistic characters and engaging quests against mystic series pretty fast! Loved it♡♡♡♡

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  • Series gets better as it goes

    A worthy followup to the initial 'Feyland' trilogy, box set is great with some nice little extras in the form of series-linked short stories. Sharp's writing style continues to be both entertaining and amusing, with some excellent opening lines to the new novels and characters showing real growth arcs through their stories. Some interesting ethical dilemmas appear and various contexts (gamer subculture, first time in a megacity etc) appear vividly observed. Her worlds do seem to be peopled exclusively by (somewhat relentlessly) hetero characters, which can be a bit monotonous? Hopefully the author may introduce a more realistic variety of preferences in any future works... But it's great to see increasing breadth in the ethnicity and backgrounds of the real-world inhabitants. Particularly enjoyed learning more about sturdy and intelligent Pasifika heroine Marny (though her model on the book's cover seems to be a part-Latina lady or something instead of Polynesian? Odd!) Did continue to be struck by the weird apparent total absence of any black people in the various real & magical realms esp. considering the ongoing series appears to be set in an America-analogue nation...?

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