Sora’s mother, Shaylee Starwind, shows up unexpectedly with an offer from the Fairy High Council. If Sora agrees to permamently give up her magic she will be allowed to return home. It is an offer that doesn’t ring right to Sora’s ears, but she wants to return home, doesn’t she? She is faced with betrayel and a decision that really is no decision at all. Sora comes to realize family does not always mean blood relatives, and she has found people she loves at the Hell House.
Christle Gray writes with a flowing style and I found myself smiling a lot at the antics of the teens at Hell House. Fairy Fury is book two and I have not read the first one, but I found I could follow the story well enough. I wanted to get books one and three to read more about the rest of the kids. Fairy Fury is a short, enjoyable read and I could gladly recommend it to young adults.
- File Size: 637 KB
- Print Length: 143 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Christle Gray Books (March 11, 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BSXBEN0