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The kingdoms in Faerieground are threatened by war, and no one can be sure who is on which side. Soli wants to believe that her friends will come rescue her from the Crows, but will Lucy and Kheelan's allegiance to the faeries of Roseland hold them back? In the final book of the Faerieground series, readers will find out if friendship, love, and trust can prevail over the evil that plagues the faerieground.

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
Age Level9-13 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-8
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
SubjectRomance, Fantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size5 3/4 x 8 1/4
Page Count288
Paper Over Board
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NetGalley Review - Tabby Shiflett

"Wish the Book Did Not End. Hands down, "Wish" has some of the best artwork I have seen in a children's book in a long time. The story is beautiful and simplistic, almost lyrical. This book is a quick and easy read and I cannot wait until the next installment." - NetGalley Review

January 7, 2013

NetGalley Review - Lakin Battaglia

"I loved the illustrations in this book to start off. They were absolutely beautiful." - NetGalley Review

January 2, 2013

George's Books and Bigs blog

"The illustrations are probably some of the best I’ve ever seen in a book, they are magical. The faeries are terrifying (even for old, OLD, me), there’s no room for your pretty pink faeries here. There is a dreamlike quality in the illustrations, they really compliment the words and take the reader further into the story." - George's Books and Bigs blog

December 14, 2012


So Many Books So Little Time blog - Ana Carter

"Every few pages, there were illustrations which were well done, they really complimented the words to the story and take the reader deeper into the story. . . .Overall, it was a solid read, it was original." - So Many Books So Little Time blog

January 3, 2013

Publishers Weekly

"First in the planned Faerieground series, Bracken and Fraser’s novel gets a boost of emotional and visual depth from Sawyer’s lush full-color illustrations...the artwork gives the story a strong sense of atmosphere, in both the human and faerie realms." - Publishers Weekly

March 11, 2013

NetGalley Review - Gabriella Nemeth

"This book is a quick and easy read with really gorgeous artwork. It's a children's book, a beautiful fairy tale with some dark parts. . . .Good story with amazing pictures. I'll definitely check the next book out." - NetGalley Review

January 8, 2013

Kay Fraser

Kay Fraser

Kay Fraser is from Buenos Aires. She left home at eighteen and moved to North Dakota—basically the exact opposite of Argentina. These days, she lives in Minneapolis, designs books, writes, makes tea for her husband, and drives her daughters to their dance lessons.

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