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The Faerie Queen (The Faerie Ring #4)

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A ruthless opponent, a powerful treasure, an unforgettable decision...
Published September 23rd 2014 by Fair Wind Books (first published September 18th 2014)
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Theodosia of the Fathomless Hall

*wails in raw agony*

Even if there are "chiseled cheekbones." We wants it! Nasty little publishers...

*falls off chair at seeing Ms. Hamilton liked this*.

*coughs again*
It's published? It's published? Eegod!! Eegod!!
Kiki Hamilton did an AWESOME job of tying everything together in this forth and last book in the Faerie Ring series. We met Tiki (Tara) in the first book, a pick pocket living in the streets, who has now come into her own in this final book to take on Donegal, the Winter King. What remains constant throughout her ever changing world is her love and loyalty to her “family” of fellow orphans, especially little Clara, and of course her love for Rieker aka Wills (gotta have romance, right). In this ...more
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"Hamilton delivers vivid battle scenes in the lead-up to a brilliant, surprise ending. The prose is witty and rich throughout, offering a masterful vision of two intertwining worlds. The faerie lore is also intricate and well-developed. A strong finale to a dark, compelling series." -Kirkus Reviews
Wow is all I can say after some of those surprises towards the end! This was a wonderful series and the conclusion wraps up everything in the most satisfying ending. There is a great balance of action, suspense and romance.
This is a great series and Ms. Hamilton is a wonderful author. The only reason I didn't give this book 5 stars is because I still have questions...without spoiling it for others, I want to know how Fial reunited with his love, what happens with Johnny and Fi, and how Tiki manages to find peace between the fae and mortal worlds.
I so adore this series & this book was definitely a great wrap-up! There was some great action scenes & some sweet scenes between Tiki & Rieker *sigh* There were even some surprises! Very satisfied with how things ended.
Elizabeth Ruddick
Simply and plainly, I loved this whole series and this final book wrapped everything up so nicely! I wish it didn't end and I'm so excited for her next series, Winterbourne, to come out next year.
A well-realized world, compelling characters, and great action, what more can you ask for in a fantasy novel. This book was the fourth in the Faerie Ring series and provided a satisfying conclusion. If you like Victorian England and a mix of the real and fantasy this book is for you. The typos were distracting and sloppy but I was able to overlook them (mostly) and enjoy the book. I hadn't read the previous books but enough of the backstory was provided that I was not lost.
great ending! (view spoiler) Many surprises awaited me in the story!
Megan Orr
UGHHHHHHH just finished the last book, what am I supposed to do with my life until this one comes out??
Terri Van Gulik
What a fabulous series. Loved each and every one of the books.
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Kiki Hamilton is the author of THE FAERIE RING fantasy series and the YA contemporary novel, THE LAST DANCE. She believes in magic and the idea of hidden worlds co-existing with our own. Kiki lives near Seattle, though she dreams of living in London one day. Visit her website at:

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