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Ironspark by C. M. McGuire

review After her mother was taken and her father cursed by Fae, Bryn spends most of her learning about and killing Fae. But after she realizes that she is way over her head, she will have to rely on her friends, to help her. I love the Fae in the story, the Welsh folklore is a bit different from what I usually read but so interesting. :) Shadelings were my favorite thing in the whole book, they were there to protect Bryn and her family and did a little bit around the house. And when they found another home, I was so sad. :) It's an awesome story, full of folklore, many twists and turns, and fae. :) The plotline was a bit confusing at times, but I still liked it. What I didn't like was Bryn. I don't know why, there is just something about her character, that I had trouble connecting with and caring for her. rating 💜💜💜 💜 cover 💙💙💙 💙 received from author published August 25th, 2020 by Swoon Reads genre ya, urban fantasy, Fae number of pages 335 Goodreads || Amazon happ

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