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    Great storytelling

    The Shards of a Broken Sword Trilogy is a fantastic series. WR Gingell is a good storyteller. The first and the third book were my favorite, the second one wasn't bad too. What I liked about these series was the description of fairies. A lot of fantasy books like to paint Elves and Fairies as these beautiful and advanced creatures, but the Shards of a Broken Sword gives us a new and sharp perspective on fairies. The first book: TWELVES DAYS OF FAERY starts out with slightly reminiscent of a Thousand and one Nights, but quickly takes on a life of its own. I loved Althea one of the main characters, and I would love a prequel on her life before. The second book was iok, but I must say, the book with the most twists and turns was THE FIRST CHILL OF AUTUMN. It was fantastic. I loved how simple, yet engaging the storytelling was. I loved the relationship between Dion and her twin sister, Dion and Barric, and Dion and Padraig. I also loved the simplicity of the romance and how it fit nicely into the story without overwhelming it. This is the type of book, you can read anywhere and anytime.

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