Fairytale Apocalypse

Fairytale Apocalypse A ROMANCE OF APOCALYPTIC PROPORTIONS Two worlds bound by magicThree people joined by destinyLord Kagan Donmall rules the Verge the border that protects the magical Fae Inlands from the mundane mortal

  • Title: Fairytale Apocalypse
  • Author: Jacqueline Patricks
  • ISBN: 9781500866952
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • A ROMANCE OF APOCALYPTIC PROPORTIONS.Two worlds bound by magicThree people joined by destinyLord Kagan Donmall rules the Verge, the border that protects the magical Fae Inlands from the mundane mortal world Recently, the Verge has been failing and he suspects the source of magic is fading His prayers to Danu have gone unanswered, until now The young mortal, LaurenA ROMANCE OF APOCALYPTIC PROPORTIONS.Two worlds bound by magicThree people joined by destinyLord Kagan Donmall rules the Verge, the border that protects the magical Fae Inlands from the mundane mortal world Recently, the Verge has been failing and he suspects the source of magic is fading His prayers to Danu have gone unanswered, until now The young mortal, Lauren Montgomery, hears the message of Danu and eagerly agrees to be the Lady of the Verge, for she desires than a mundane life.But Lauren s twin sister, Tessa ever her sister s protector, challenges the decision The Verge falls, and the Fae and mortal worlds suffer a double apocalypse Now Kagan, Lauren, and Tessa must survive in this new, hostile world and discover a way to repair that which has been destroyed while navigating the bonds of duty, love, and vengeance.

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    1. Functionally insane writer with military and medical experience So, I know how to draw blood, patch you up, and hide the evidence, she says with straight face.YOU DON T READ A JACQUELINE PATRICKS STORY, YOU EXPERIENCE IT whatsyourexperiencejacquelinepatricksjacquelinepatricks gmailSubscribe to my newsletter for a free book, exclusive content, and a chance to be an ARC reader NewsletterBookbub ProfileFacebookTwitterInstagramDreams of the Queen has earned the IndiePENdent s seal of approval for grammar and formatting standards.I ve earned the Smashed Rat Seal of Approval

    2. I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LOP or lovers of paranormal)Fairytale Apocalypse is unlike anything that I have read. It is creative, unique, and absolutely magical!4.5 starsThe story opens up switching between the mortal world, where we meet twin sisters Tessa and Lauren, and a magical realm (the Verge) where we meet the Fae lord Kagan. Lauren seems very immature for her age and Tessa more responsible. Lauren is chosen by a goddess of the Verge to help heal their land. Th [...]

    3. A complimentary ecopy of this book was given to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.Fairytale Apocalypse was a really neat read. It had magic, romance, and adventure that kept me hooked throughout the story. Twin sisters, Tessa & Lauren, travel to The Verge where Lauren believes it her her destiny to become Lady of The Verge through marriage to Lord Kagan Donmall. Together, they will repair the damage to both the mortal world and the Fae world. Their journey begins to find thei [...]

    4. 5/5 starsThis tale is a great mix of fantasy and survival in a post apocalyptic world. The Verge is a magic land that the mortals know nothing about. It reminds me of London Below in Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere. Lord Kagan has been searching for a way to heal his beloved Verge and restore the magic that exists there to full strength. He is running out of options, so when a young mortal girl appears in the Verge claiming to be sent by the goddess, he sits up and pays attention. Lauren is "spoilt". S [...]

    5. This book had a great pace, keeping you on your toes the entire time. I have to admit I struggled with one of the main characters, Lauren, but that now in hindsight was the right choice on how she portrayed the character. I absolutely adore the other main characters and was sad when some ended in this book. She depicts the inner struggles very nicely and found a great way to resolve things. As I got closer to the end I was wondering how she would resolve the entire thing and absolutely loved how [...]

    6. I didn't just read Fairytale Apocalypse I was there with the main characters living their difficulties, pain, injuries and loss. Every twist and turn in the story was a surprise, no formula storyline here. I was privileged to read this before the final polish and publishing but as soon as I can I will read it again to relive the excitement I felt the first time.

    7. An easy and enticing read, FAIRYTALE APOCALYPSE resolves most of the story, but leaves enough unanswered to set up future books in the series.~IndieReader

    8. Full review on The Bookshelf IntruderThis book is amazing. I can’t think of any book or even a movie that I can compare it with because it’s just so unique and fresh. I loved a lot of things about it… and I though I should do this review with a list. So, here are 5 things I loved about Fairytale Apocalypse:1. The perfect mix of fairy tale and apocalypseBased on the title (duh) and the blurb, you get the sense that this book involves both fantasy and survival. It just amazes me that one doe [...]

    9. I received a copy of Fairytale Apocalypse after having won the book in a First Reads giveaway.I was rather intrigued by Fairytale Apocalypse after having read the short summary. I'm generally not one of those who tend to be drawn towards apocalyptic books, but this book offered a fascinating mix of romance, fantasy and adventure. At times it was a bit slow, but then it suddenly exploded into an epic journeyI won't go much into detail in regards to the plot as many have done so before and why not [...]

    10. [Full disclosure: I requested and received a free ebook through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.]I have a confession to make about this book. When I requested it on NetGalley I expected it to be a shameless romance involving little or no thought. I was looking for guilty pleasure reading that day. So imagine my surprise when not only does Fairytale Apocalypse turn out to be serious, it turns out to be good!What really surprised me were the characters. Yes, there’s the typical older [...]

    11. * I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.*The Verge is a magical place that's hidden from mortals. Recently, things haven't been as they should be in the Verge, it's failing and not as strong as it should be. Lord Kagan will do anything to save this place he loves. He prays and prays for help. Finally, it comes in the form of a mere mortal, Lauren Montgomery. Her sister, Tessa, doesn't think Lauren should be getting involved. Then the Verge falls apart. Bringing on a hug [...]

    12. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP). This was a good change from the other paranormal stories I had been reading lately. I like how two worlds "collided" or mixed together. I really enjoyed the magical feel of the story. Fae are probably my favorite paranormal characters and I feel like they don't get enough credit. I also like how realistically the author portrayed the relationship between sisters Lauren and Tessa.Fairytale Apocalypse was written beautifully an [...]

    13. I was given the opportunity to read this book as part of the book tour and I quite enjoyed it. It was imaginative, expressed with oft poetic imagery, and did not lack for action or strong storytelling. The supporting cast of characters, such as Brogan, a sort of assistant and right-hand man, and the sylph Dymphna, were as vivid and real as the main protagonists. Very well-written, with glyph magic, talking birds, demons, and an apocalypse. Good reading and I look forward to the next in the serie [...]

    14. I received this book for an honest review from LOP. 4 1/2 starsThis was a great read! It was well paced and had me captivated from the beginning. I loved the concept of the verge. The magic and the romance kept me hooked. I felt every emotion as it came. There were darker parts to the story and I really liked the change.I loved the dynamic between the two sisters, Lauren and Tessa. Can't wait for the next installment!

    15. Fairytale Apocalypse, The Verge 1, Jacqueline PatricksReview from jeannie zelos book reviews Well, this has all the ingredients I enjoy, being classed as fantasy romance, and it sounded really fun, Fae based novels usually have lots of magic and I enjoy that but’s a perfect example of a novel that ticks all the boxes but simply doesn’t work for me. Its a good book and for the right reader I’ve no doubt it will be a five star read but I just found that I wasn’t really invested in it. The [...]

    16. Received this book from Netgalley for review.It was relatively interesting. The plot was pretty regular basics in an interesting new shell. It started off wonderful, really. For perhaps the first third of the book, I was very much into it and looking forward to the rest. Then things started to happen and I basically went though the book not really believing too much in anything. The whole event which causes the apocalypse seemed so unnecessary and by seemed, I mean it was pretty unnecessary. I u [...]

    17. *I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Lovers of Paranormal (LOP)*3.5 Stars!I really wanted to love thisI just couldn't. Having read many books in the YA genre, I was just ever so slightly disappointed. Tessa and Lauren infuriated me. Obviously when the main characters are a constant rub it makes it hard to enjoy the story line. I understand that they are obviously teenagers, but they came across as 12 not 16. For example, Tessa referring to her sister's 'silly' hair because [...]

    18. "Fairytale Apocalypse - A Romance of Apocalyptic Proportions: Epic Romantic Fantasy (The Verge Book 1)" by Jacqueline Patricks is a great little gem of a fantasy, adventure, fairy tale and romance story. This genre blending novel is built on a great premise - the collapse between fantasy and real world, the following apocalypse and the attempts to restore order by means of a marriage.Magic and fairy tale creatures meet real 'mundane' characters, romance meets adventure and evil meets good.Charmi [...]

    19. 4/5 stars The title alone, Fairytale Apocalypse - A Romance of Apocalyptic Proportions, intrigued me to read this fantasy novel. [It's] not just a rather interesting fantasy book. It's also a story that makes you laugh quite often because the characters are so very entertaining. readersfavorite/book-revi

    20. Loved it!What a great story!! I read it in one sitting. The magic, the romance and the heartbreak all come together in a way that is almost impossible to put down. Looking forward to the next book!!!

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