The Fae Keeper
Books | Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
H. E. Edgmon
In the heart-stopping sequel to The Witch King, Wyatt and Emyr attempt to rebuild Asalin despite unexpected new enemies within their kingdom. Two weeks after the door to Faery closed once more, Asalin is still in turmoil. Emyr and Wyatt are hunting Derek and Clarke themselves after having abolished the corrupt Guard, and are trying to convince the other kingdoms to follow their lead. But when they uncover the hidden truth about the witches' real place in fae society, it becomes clear the problems run much deeper than anyone knew. And this may be more than the two of them can fix. As Wyatt struggles to learn control of his magic and balance his own needs with the needs of a kingdom, he must finally decide on the future he wants--before he loses the future he and Emyr are building...
H. E. Edgmon
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"ah! possibly better than the first one. i don’t do audio books, but that was all that was available, and Dani Martineck’s reading of this was incredible and actually made it so much better. they are so talented all of the voices were distinct and they had so much range. the book itself was also very good. the end is a bit gory-er than anything in the first book or in the first half of this book. definitely worth a read!!!"
"If you have read the first book and are hesitant about picking up the 2nd one here is your sign to go grab this book. I say it's better than the first. The most complaints I have seen from the first book are that we don't get an inside depth to the other characters. This book does that not only with the main characters Wyatt, Emyr and Briar but with minor characters like Tessa, Jin, Kadri and more. I love this book so much and the representation it brings to the fantasy genre truly stunning!"
"This book exceeded my expectations and I might actually like it more than the first. This book really looked into WYATT and let him look at himself. He really got to understand himself, what he wants, and his relationships. This is his journey to his true self. There was so many twists, turns, and new information, you were always on your toes. You even get to look further into different characters. Wyatt is an angry and flawed character, the reader knows it, he knows it, and the people that love"