Jones, Frewin. The faerie path.

Author:Scanlon, Donna
Position::Young adult review - Brief article - Book review

JONES, Frewin. The faerie path. HarperCollins, A Working Partners Book. 212p. map. c2007 978-0-06-087104-8. $8.99. JS

To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, January 2007: London teen Anita Palmer, on the brink of her 16th birthday, seems as if she has it all: loving parents, the lead in the school production of Romeo and Juliet, and the cute and mysterious new boy, Evan Thomas, for a boyfriend. But things turn out very differently when Anita crosses the border between the Mortal World and the Faerie World. There she learns that she is the long-lost Princess Tania, seventh and youngest daughter of Oberon and Titania, the King and Queen of Faerie. She is expected to pick up her life where she left off when she vanished--500 years previously. Oberon has kept the land in a perpetual twilight that prevented time from passing. As beautiful and wonderful as Faerie is, Anita--now Tania--is still worried about the parents who raised her in the Mortal World. She also misses her life there, and she's not completely prepared to give it up. She learns that she has a talent for moving between the Worlds, and as she gains control of her power, she suspects that someone might be plotting to exploit her talent, and not...

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