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Oh, Bob now ranks with the kelpie as my favorite characters. Click icon for more book review blogs Barrie Summy. I enjoyed reading them as much as my daughter did. I’ve said it before, and I still think it’s true: I don’t know what else to say about it; the writing was good, I love the characters I think I’m even starting to like Wolf, which is no bueno, cause I’m supposed to be rooting for Sonny but I still am ;one thing that bugs me is sometimes Sonny and Fenn are very similar.

Many of the other characters come from general fairy lore and legends.

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Here’s hoping the third book in the trilogy is wonderful, because I am not ready to give up on Livingston yet. A very nice write up indeed. Lesley is from Toronto – much lower crime. As much as I don’t, I still love the ending!

Jul 12, Jennifer Wardrip rated it liked it Shelves: Great interview and review! Where did this delicious dish come from! Newer Post Older Post Home. I just wasn’t as captivated by the story as I was with the first one. A really amazing sequel that was so magical and whimsical. I didn’t see it coming at all! Lesley Livingston is an award-winning author of teen fiction best known for her Wondrous Strange trilogy.


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The ending of this story shows how immature the main wondrlus, Kelley, really is. I like this series, but I didn’t care for this book as much as I did the first. And Kelley’s eyes are opening not just to the Faerie that surround her but to the heritage that awaits her. I loved learning about these new creatures, even though they’re up to no good. Kelley is plagued by dark dreams as she is separated from her new found warrior love, Sonny.

Darklight (Wondrous Strange, #2) by Lesley Livingston

A turn of unfortunate events leads Kelley and Fennrys in the same relam as Sonny, but danger continues to follow them. Thank you for encouraging her.

Darklight starts off about 6 months after the end of the first book and it starts off with a bang. Again, Kelly and Sonny are each other’s salvation from evil, and that ultimately causes them to do drastic things.

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The double reviews and interview has dark,ight me. I would not recommend reading this one until you have finished that one because it depends on the first book too much.

Captivated at a young age by stories of the distant past and legendary heroes and warriors, Lesley developed into a full-fledged history buff and mythology geek. Lesley Livingston weaves a unforgettable story that will captivate you long after the last page. I’m a big fan of Kelley and Sonny and I want to see them able to be together in the end, but many books have proven to me that I don’t always get what I want!

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Kelley is so TSTL that she continually throws herself into the path of danger thereby hurting herself and those who are unfortunate enough to be tasked with protecting her.

Secondary characters like Mabh, Fenn, and Bob are much more interesting. Aug 05, Kristen rated it liked it Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Darklight is a little darker than Wondrous Strange, but held me captivated with it’s story as there’s more action, a lot more deceit and of course it wouldn’t be complete with out some heartache.

Jun 13, Kristi rated it really liked it Shelves: My favorite part of the story was when the rest of the Janus guard told her off because of her B. And your review introduced me to another new YA author. I understand that without conflict there is no story, but the drama here seems forced.

With a few surprise up her sleeve, Livingston captivated me by the detailed descriptions; sometimes throwing me off by the overly detailed descriptions. Not really what I was expecting and still not really sure what to think about it.