Tuesday, October 6, 2015

#PrahConstantineBaryehReviews #fantasy #fairy

For Our October Review, the team picked 

The Masquerade an Alter & a Fairy 

by Kristine D. Van Risseghem

Frustrated with her extravagant duties as a Summer fairy, 

Sidelle Amistad is desperate to prove she can be more than a 

petty princess. The accidental capture of Winter fairy, 

Finnegan, looks like the ideal opportunity—until Sidelle and 

Finnegan fall in love.

Knowing her love for Finnegan is forbidden, a heartbroken 

Sidelle searches for deeper meaning in her eternal existence. 

Her pain leads her on a quest to help the humans … in a 

desperate fight against Hell itself.

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Cathrina's Review

I was hooked by this mythical fantasy in the first few pages. Wrapped up in a land where fairies and other fantastical creatures dwelled was quite an entertaining story. When the summer fairy Sidelle, meets the Winter Prince, Finnegan, sparks didn't happen to fly right away. It was a long friendship which ripened over many seasons and then grew to a great love. But a forbidden love. 

Then the Author, Ms. Risseghem takes our main character Sidelle on a time travel through centuries with humans. And the reader gets a history lesson and, the immortal, Sidelle begins her battle against evil. 

I must say, as I was reading, I kept waiting for Finnegan to make an exciting appearance, but I believe Kristin D. Van Risseghem has another tale up her sleeve.... 

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  1. Interesting review, Cathy. I was also looking for Finnegan to swoop in somehow, but Sidelle stole the whole show.

  2. Stopping by from the October Frights hop!

  3. We seem to be on the same page. I kept thinking Finnegan would show up as well. I enjoyed the read, but it felt like two separate stories, to be honest.

  4. Sounds like a charming story...and then it turns evil!