Sunday, August 12, 2012

Review: The Faerie Ring By: Kiki Hamilton

The Faerie Ring (The Faerie Ring, #1)The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was one of those books I look forward to reading. Very simple, fast read, that brings a fairy tale element into it allowing one to be brought into the another world.

Taking place in the late 1800s in England - a group of child thieves ban together in a make shift family (almost Dickens style). From Tiki, the once loved girl whose parents loved and raised her only to die and leave her in the care of a drunk, leering uncle to Shamus whose mother had too many children already and couldn't feed them all, throwing him out.

A chance encounter within Buckingham's walls has Tiki stealing a very important ring, a ring that sets the agreement between England and that of the faerie world. She has now become hunted by those that do not wish to see peace but want to take over the world. Reiker enters as not another pick pocket, but also protector with a secret of his own.

As a race against time and being caught, Tiki and Reiker find themselves uncovering more truth than legend.

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