Poison go inside Kindle What a strange and cool book It starts out sounding like so many other fairy tales with a younger sibling kidnapped by fairies In this book Wooding calls them phaer
Poison go inside Kindle What a strange and cool book. It starts out sounding like so many other fairy tales, with a younger sibling kidnapped by fairies. (In this book, Wooding calls them phaeries. I honestly don't think I can keep that up, so I'm not going to try.) Purely as a fairy story, it absolutely hits the mark. Wooding is drawing heavily from the concept of fairies as malevolent, and it works quite well. There's some excellently creepy imagery, particularly in the Bone Witch chapters.About halfway through the book, the story takes a serious turn for the meta. It is hinted at fairly early on, but it eventually becomes a driving force of the book. I'm kind of into this sort of thing, but it does make it a very different sort of book than it starts out being. Not everybody is going to like that. I especially liked that Poison's primary motivation throughout is her little sister, Azalea. Which is good, because she's kind of unlikable at first. But she grows throughout the story, and by the end I was surprised by how fond I'd become of her. Her story doesn't have the happiest possible ending, but it is a good ending, bittersweet though it is.. A brilliant, twisted, spirited anti fairy tale from the amazing Chris WoodingPoison has always been a willful, contrary girl, prone to being argumentative and stubborn So when her sister is snatched by the mean spirited faeries, she seeks out the Phaerie Lord to get her back But finding him isn t easy, and the quest leads Poison into a murderous world of intrigue, dangerA brilliant, twisted, spirited anti fairy tale from the amazing Chris WoodingPoison has always been a willful, contrary girl, prone to being argumentative and stubborn So when her sister is snatched by the mean spirited faeries, she seeks out the Phaerie Lord to get her back But finding him isn t easy, and the quest leads Poison into a murderous world of intrigue, danger, and deadly storytelling With only her wits and her friends to aid her, Poison must survive the attentions of the Phaerie Lord, rescue her sister, and thwart a plot that s beyond anything she or the reader can imagine. The best Ebook Poison It is midnight and I just finished this book. Let me tell you, this book absolutely blew my mind. I don't think I have read any other teen book that had a story like this. The ending was deep and the imagery was powerful. Their was no faulty flitty love story to it like most teen books, but instead a rich imagination of strong people, troubles, questions, and answers. This is definitely something that I would read again - and I don't often reread books. It had its ups and downs, along with heavy realizations that drew back to the very beginning of the book. Just wonderful, very well written. I found that the vocabulary was somewhat challenging, but that is because I don't have a wide vocabulary. The fact that I had to look up a few words made it better in the long run. This book also taught me a few things, which I usually don't find happening in new books these days. It explained how humans are imaginative and how it is something that we have useful to our kind that no other realm has. How everything has a place was rather unique and that we are all part of a huge story. Being apart of this story, if we fall out of link with what our character is supposed to be doing, everything kind of falls apart. Extremely wonderful, I would reccomend this to anyone that is in the look for a great story to read.