Stiefvater, Maggie. Lament; the faerie queen's deception.

Author:Chancellor, Cara
Position:Brief article - Book review

STIEFVATER, Maggie. Lament; the faerie queen's deception. Llewellyn, Flux. 330p. illus, c2008. 978-0-7387-1370-0. $9.95. SA*

Deirdre Monaghan had never played her harp as well as she does on the day she meets Luke Dillon--usually her playing came to a screeching halt when she was put in front of a crowd. Of course, before she met Luke, Deirdre also never found four-leaf clovers mysteriously left in her instrument case, on her nightstand, even in the tip jar at work. When she is attacked in the woods by an otherworldly creature--following a week of strange encounters--Deirdre finally learns the truth: the Monaghan women always have been tormented by Faeries, and Luke is forced to serve Them. Now, Deirdre must decide whether to risk her...

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