The Summer King (The Chronicles of Faerie, #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 344 pages
  • The Summer King (The Chronicles of Faerie, #2)
  • O.R. Melling
  • English
  • 28 March 2019
  • 0810959690

About the Author: O.R. Melling

Born in Ireland, raised and educated in Toronto, Canada along with my seven sisters and two brothers, now living back in Ireland again I have a beautiful daughter, Findabhair, doing her M.A in Marine Biology and a beautiful cat, Emma, who would love to eat the fish Finn great name for a marine biologist, eh wants to protect My favourite author of all time is CS Lewis I ve read everything he Born in Ireland, raised and educated in Toronto, Canada along with my seven sisters and two brothers, now living back in Ireland again I have a beautiful daughter, Findabhair, doing her M.A in Marine Biology and a beautiful cat, Emma, who would love to eat the fish Finn great name for a marine biologist, eh wants to protect My favourite author of all time is CS Lewis I ve read everything he ever wrote including non fiction and adult fiction, but the Chronicles of Narnia are the best of all


The Summer King (The Chronicles of Faerie, #2) Sequel To The Critically Acclaimed The Hunter S Moon This Second Book In A Series Shimmering With Magic, Myth, And Romance Booklist , Follows Sixteen Year Old Laurel As She Tries To Understand The Cause Of Her Twin Sister S Mysterious Death Honor Believed In Faerie, A Parallel Land Of Mischievous Immortals Laurel Doesn T That Is, Until The Fairies Come And Ask Her To Take Up Her Sister S Failed Quest To Find The Summer King, A Lord Who Can Light The Midsummer Fire That Keeps The Two Worlds, Human And Faerie, Cleaved Laurel Must Decide To Help Those Whose Cause Killed Her Sister, And, In The Process, Come To Believe That There Is Still Magic And Love In The World Lush Descriptions Of Ireland And Celtic Lore Make This A Satisfying Read For Travelers To Other Lands, Real And Mythic.

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10 thoughts on “The Summer King (The Chronicles of Faerie, #2)

  1. Shelby says:

    It is great book

  2. Betsy says:

    This was definitely not as good as The Hunter s Moon The characters started out interesting, but never seemed to go anywhere I definitely liked Gwen and Findabhair better than Laurel and Ian While I liked hearing a littleabout modern Ireland, I felt like this book spent way too much time in the real world or in historywhat was up with that , than in Faerie I really wanted to hearabout the sea fairies, and haveinteraction with Midir and the fairies we met in the last bo This was definitely not as good as The Hunter s Moon The characters started out interesting, but never seemed to go anywhere I definitely liked Gwen and Findabhair better than Laurel and Ian While I liked hearing a littleabout modern Ireland, I felt like this book spent way too much time in the real world or in historywhat was up with that , than in Faerie I really wanted to hearabout the sea fairies, and haveinteraction with Midir and the fairies we met in the last book The ending was confusing, and the time jumps didn...

  3. Alegna says:

    The only reason why I read this book was because a friend of mine recommended it to me His words were I kept remembering you while reading this You much read it And even though I don t like to read my books out of order, I decided to break that rule oncemaking it twice now that I ve read a series out of order but it proved to be well worth it This book is amazing Captivating, Mystical and Fantastical, this is truly a must read As you read along, you re learning about the world o The only reason why I read this book was because a friend of mine recommended it to me His words were I kept remembering you while reading this You much read it And even ...

  4. Lexidreams says:

    On page 117I am regretting buying this book The main character is way too naive for my liking and I think it would ve worked better if the author made it in a little bit of an Alice in Wonderland style and made her 7 or 8, which is so muchbelievable The romantic aspect would only have to be slightly tweaked Why do authors purposely make their characters stupid Laurel is in no way a realistic 16 year old I haven t seen or maybe I haven t looked hard enough one bad review on Goodreads On page 117I am regretting buying this book The main character is way too naive for my liking and I think it would ve worked better if the author made it in a little bit of an Alice in Wonderland style and made her 7 or 8, which is so muchbelievable The romantic aspect would only have to be slightly tweaked Why do authors purposely make their characters stupid Laurel is in no way a realistic 16 year old I haven t seen or maybe I haven t looked hard enough one bad review on Goodreads for this which surprises me The writing is very simplistic and I keep imagining this as an advanced children s book that can be read aloud.The descriptions of the Fay, Ireland, and nature are beautiful and there are enough of them to keep me thinking maybe it will get better a third of the boo...

  5. Lia Marcoux says:

    This book is definitely flawed The pacing is weird every chapter has one main event and ends on a cliffhanger, but almost without exception, the main event would make a better cliffhanger O.R Melling also spends a LOT of time describing visual details while skipping over important emotional revelations in a single paragraph...

  6. Jeanne says:

    An excellent follow up to The Hunter s Moon The Chronicles of Faerie Book One Melling s storytelling continues to delight with her knowledge of the Irish landscape and legends This time she works in my most favorite Irish heroine of all time, Grace O Malley There are interesting plot twi...

  7. Eunice says:

    I really liked this book because of how it was based on Irish folktales I don t know much about Ireland except for leprechauns so it was very interesting

  8. Kristen Coffin says:

    It is not yet day, it is not, my love It is not yet day, nor yet the morning It is not yet day, it is not, my love For the moon is shining brightly The best thing about this book is the descriptions of Ireland and Faerie The plot is a little choppy, and even though I read Hunter s Moon, I still felt like I was missing things, like there were plot holes.But the writing style was really beautiful You can tell Melling either put a lot of research into how he ...

  9. Sgrif says:

    3.5 5

  10. Christi Jenkins says:

    Can t wait to read the next one