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Moonkind As the Lady of the Summerlands Fer has vowed to serve her people without the deception of the glamorie and she had trusted other leaders to fulfill the same promise But not all the Lords and Ladies w

  • Title: Moonkind
  • Author: Sarah Prineas
  • ISBN: 9780061921100
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As the Lady of the Summerlands, Fer has vowed to serve her people without the deception of the glamorie and she had trusted other leaders to fulfill the same promise But not all the Lords and Ladies want to keep their oaths, and they ve unleashed the consequences of their betrayal onto the lands Only Fer, with the help of the puck boy Rook, can fight the stillness invadiAs the Lady of the Summerlands, Fer has vowed to serve her people without the deception of the glamorie and she had trusted other leaders to fulfill the same promise But not all the Lords and Ladies want to keep their oaths, and they ve unleashed the consequences of their betrayal onto the lands Only Fer, with the help of the puck boy Rook, can fight the stillness invading the lands But can she trust Rook And can she protect her people before it s too late

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        Author of the Magic Thief series and the Winterling trilogy.Coming in Sept 2015 is my first YA, Ash Bramble.My website sarah prineasCheck out the book website, magicthief


    1. I loved WINTERLING and SUMMERKIN, the first two books in Sarah Prineas's latest trilogy. They were fun takes on fae mythology, grounded by a heroine who refused to give up her trust in her friends. Thus I was ever-so-slightly disappointed by MOONKIND.Fer, the Lady of the Summerlands, and Rook, a puck, have been uneasy friends for two books. Mostly because Rook always puts his brothers first. But Fer's faith has always been rewarded. Thus it surprised me that once more Fer and Rook's relationship [...]

    2. Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.It always a bit sad when a trilogy or series I love comes to an end. Even though rereading is certainly an option, it is still a good-bye to the characters I have come to love. This is why I spent a couple days just gazing at the (very pretty) cover of Moonkind by Sarah Prineas before reading it. As sad as it is to say good-bye, Moonkind is a wonderful end to what has been a joyful reading experience since I first opened Winterling two ye [...]

    3. With the caveat that this may be personal preference, I feel like the pucks ruined this series for me. Rook is good. I like Rook. I can't reiterate that enough. But the pucks as a group, and their interactions with Fer, and what they represented, really, really, really soured Moonkind for me.I feel like the past two books were leading up to Rook realizing that his world was too small to be truly fulfilling, in the same way a lot of people start to reach outside the bounds of family for their rel [...]

    4. 3 1/2 stars. While I enjoyed this one, I felt a little confused by the ending. It seemed that there were a lot of plot threads that were left unresolved. Maybe there will be another book. I did really like the imagery!

    5. So, I have a bit of a reviewing phobia right now. I haven't posted a review on here or on my blog in months, because I got kind of obsessed with writing nothing but perfect reviews (and therefore no reviews, because my schedule does not include time for that kind of obsessing). This is my first attempt at jumping back on the horse, so it's a bit short. But this is the perfect series to start with.You see, I loved this series. It's not Harry Potter or a classic, but it was good enough that I purp [...]

    6. This is the third and final book in the Winterling trilogy. This was a wonderfully magical middle grade fantasy about family, friendship, and staying true to what you think is right.In the last book, Fer, as Lady of the Summerlands made the other Lords and Ladies of the realm vow to rule without the aid of the glamorie. When the Lords and Ladies fail to fulfill their vows the Summerlands start to break. A strange stillness has invaded the land and Fer needs to figure out why. She is pretty sure [...]

    7. 3.5 STARSAn enjoyable read, overall, but ultimately left me feeling unsatisfied especially as this is reportedly the final book in the series. I felt the ending was a bit rushed, with some points added without being fully explained and others left a bit unfinished. I also felt that Rook was the more dynamic and interesting character in this book--it felt more like his book that Fer's--and while I really enjoyed reading about his personal journey, I felt that Fer needed to do more. I can't say to [...]

    8. I enjoyed it, but the ending was rather unsatisfying as I felt there were a lot of unanswered questions and unfinished story arcs for the final book in the trilogy. It was a good story and an interesting world though.

    9. Wonderful ending to a great series, but my heart (for a variety of typically odd reasons) will always firmly be with Conn, Nevery, and BENET.

    10. Do you ever get that feeling where your chest constricts and you're pretty sure that it's from your heart trying not to burst with joy? Yep. That pretty much sums up what I felt seeing the cover (and Rook's in it!). This series has got its hooks in me and so I shall be waiting for this with ill-concealed excitement. January 1, hurry up!

    11. The ending of this book in the series made me love it the most. Kudos to the author for making the last book in a trilogy my favorite!

    12. The concluding - and I think best - part of the trilogy.After the events of the second book, some of the Lords and Ladies swore on oath to Fer to remove their glamouries, but they become Forsworn which has ramifications for not just them and Fer, but for the faerie realms at large. Meanwhile, Rook tries to figure out exactly how he feels about Fer and what it means. As a puck, it goes against his nature to be attached to anyone who's not a puck - but is there a way for him and Fer to forge a pat [...]

    13. A half human teenage girl as lady of an alternate world Fer has to find a way to save her world and that of the human world to prevent everything from coming to a complete stop. Learning how to work with some of the inhabitants to restore harmony to her world Fer has to learn how to get groups who normally wouldn't have anything to do with each other to work together to be able to save all of their lives. Love each little and big twist, keeps things interesting.

    14. I started the book and by the almost ending, it was already boring. Either I needed to read it again or it's too slow. I can't tell. Maybe because I kind of knew the ending. I just couldn't finish it.

    15. Overall, I enjoyed this series! I enjoyed getting to know the characters and will go back to read Thrice Sworn also. I wanted to know more about the mysterious stilth. I wanted better closure about Fer's grandmother and friends like Fray and Twig.

    16. I'm not a big fan of the Pucks and they played a more prominent role in this book. I did like the way Fern has grown into her role as Lady and how she takes control of the situation. Overall a really solid trilogy that I would recommend to read together with your children!

    17. This was a great, very satisfying ending to this series. It has a refreshingly simple and true message to it, and I loved it. I highly recommend this if you like fantasy and adventure.

    18. I LOVE this series! The mix of fantasy and the real world, coming back so strongly, was wonderful, especially in this book. It's amazing that Prineas can make Fer normal, without any magic powers, so to say, but a powerful main character. She doesn't seem like she's in one of those books where someone's leading a horrible life, then finds out she/he's the ruler of the universe or something. It works in this book, plus she doesn't have to go it alone. The mix of characters was excellent, and the [...]

    19. In this third book in the Winterling series, Fer stops briefly in our world to visit Grand-Jane, but goes back to Summerland quickly. The Lords and Ladies have broken their vows to give up their glamories, and a stilth is taking over the lands. Fer and Rook need to deal with this somehow, but aren't quite sure how to go about it. Rook wants to use the bit of magic spider web stuck to his hand to strip the glamories with the Lords' and Ladies' permission, but when he tries it on one, Fer is angry [...]

    20. Fer hoped to settle down to a quiet life with her grandmother and her people, but her troubles are far from over. The oath she required of the Lords and Ladies who had hunted the pucks was one they found impossible to fulfill---and now that they are Forsworn, consequences inevitably follow. As their oaths were to Fer, it's up to her to make things right. But can she convince them before everything is lost?Given what Fer made them swear, it isn't surprising the Lords and Ladies found her request [...]

    21. Well that was the last book in the Winterling Trilogy & it's fair to say, it was a perfect ending. My little sister asked me to read this trilogy, because it was one of her favourites and I'm kind of glad I read it. The world is so amazing, creative and exciting.I wish I could live in the Summerlands. Although I'd have to be super careful what I say because I wouldn't want to swear any oaths by accident.I loved Rook & Fer's relationship in this book. He really proved that he was her frie [...]

    22. A dark changelessness called the Stilth is spreading through all the lands, because the Lords and Ladies who made an oath to Fer to remove their glamories are forsworn (and oaths are a really big thing in this altiverse). Fer is part human, and so an agent of Change---but the Stilth can only be driven back if the Forsworn voluntarily agree to honor their oaths. Force will not butter the biscuit. Like the previous episodes, an uncomplicated fantasy with a particularly appealing cast (including a [...]

    23. I don't know where to began. this was such an incredible ending to this series that I can honestly say it will forever be one of the best series endings I have read. The characters as always become so loveable and close to you as a reader you just become one with the story. So many memorable moments in this book that just bring you into this amazing fantastical world of Fer's you never want it to end. In truth I hope and wish Sarah will make an epilog for Fer's story as I really want to know abo [...]

    24. Fer's Faerie land is under assault, again, when she learns that the Lords and Ladies who swore an oath to cast aside the glamorie have now turned Forsworn: they've gone against their word and are using the glamorie once again. Their lands are dying, and a phenomenon called the stilth is taking over every part of Faerie. Because Fer is half human she has better defenses against the stilth than her Faerie companions, so it is up to her to figure out how to save her world. Rook, her puck sometimes- [...]

    25. The conclusion to Sarah Prineas's lovely WINTERLING trilogy. I thought it was satisfying and I loved the way that it turned the problems of trust and oaths on their heads. As a reader, the final scene where Fer suggests "love" is the way to solve the problem of the stilth struck me as a little ambiguous, but I was invested enough in the story and characters to let that go and just be glad there was a solution.I listened to the audio version of WINTERLING with my kids, and I have to admit that on [...]

    26. While this books was jam packed with action it ended very anticlimactically. It felt kind of rushed. I mean did she really need to become a Puck? And what? Finn was never going to be a human again? Well that sucks. I did like the plot and the character changes. I liked the small plot twists and how everything turned out alright in the end. And it was an easy read, I got it done in a day or less, but I'm still not impressed. I just didn't like that ending. She should have kissed Rook not shaken h [...]

    27. Fer sigue creciendo y tiene que resolver la situacion con los Lores que juraron quitarse sus mantos de poder. Como no obedecieron el juramento se desata una plaga que detiene el tiempo y mata todo hasta el aire y el sonido. Lo pero de todo es que se está filtrando por todos los caminos que unen los distintos reinos. Mientras que Fer lucha por volver a confiar en Puck, su amistad evoluciona a otro tipo de relación, que no es romance, sino familia. Muy interesante y mensaje positivo. Con una sor [...]

    28. I loved this book. I loved this series! I have an unfortunate tendency to skim--you know, sometimes I really don't care about the descriptions of various things and I just want to find out what's going to happen next, dang it! But I read every word of this book and the two previous--I feel like Prineas's words are just right. And her characters! I will always stay true to Fer and Rook too, that's all. Really a beautiful series and well worth a read for middle-grade fantasy lovers (or, you know, [...]

    29. I read Winterling and Summerkin in 2013. I remember thinking they were beautiful. I remember loving them. Since my reading tastes have changed in many ways, I don't know if I love them still. I don't know if I'd still find them beautiful if I read them now. It's the reason why I didn't pick it up, despite having known about it for quite a while. The scenes at the end of Summerkin slipped into my dreams last night - left me wondering what would happen in Moonkind. Maybe I'll give this a read.

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