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Fairystruck (Songs of Magic #3)

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While their first single shoots up the Billboard charts, the Zebras hit the road as the opening band for an epic stadium tour across America. The future looks bright for the band... if they can survive the rioting fans, Queen Mab of Faerie, the dullahan, and a few evil teddy bears.

Aoide the Lutist and Liadan the banshee wolf cross into man-world on the trail of the stolen...more
ebook, 206 pages
Published March 17th 2012 by www.jlbryanbooks.com (first published March 16th 2012)
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Rhiannon Frater
Again, an awesome book in JL Bran's fairy series. I truly love this YA foray into the world of fairies and rock and roll. Like the first two books in the series, we have fabulous characterization, plenty of laughs, beautiful descriptions of the fairy world, magic, music, and truly epic moments of action and mayhem. JL Bryan's horror roots do show up in some of the scenes, but nothing too jarring or grostesque for teens. If you have a vivid imagination, there may be a few scenes that geniunely fr...more
Jenni Arndt
You can read all my reviews at Alluring Reads.

Fairystruck, the 3rd instalment in the Songs of Magic series by J.L. Bryan, is another book that I could not put down. This series has me longing for more, as it makes me laugh and intrigues me like no other series I've ever read. In this novel we get more of the amazing forays into Faerie and we get to go on tour with the now Rioting Zebras. The glitz and glamour they have been treated to at the hands of Marlarkay Records is stripped away and it fel...more
Amy Strickland
This book was hilarious. I felt like Fairy Blues was dancing the line between being a serious YA Supernatural novel and being a comedy and hadn't quite found the sweet spot. That balance has been struck, and I was constantly giggling and highlighting lines in my Kindle as I read Fairystruck.

I am very excited to read Fairyland this summer. My only real gripe with the book was that there were a lot of comma problems. I'm not one to pick on grammar as a way to detract from the quality of a book and...more
Jessica Bronder
The Rioting Zebras are on tour but without the help of Marlarkay Records. Things are tougher for them but it is more realistic since they have to work back up to where they were prior. And as they are going from one stop to the next with the tour, Queen Mab and Aoide are on the hunt for them. Enter the teddy bears. If that isn’t enough, Erin and Zach’s relationship is starting to take on a more serious note.

Aoide and Liadan are traveling the human world in search of the magical instruments. I lo...more
Jennifer
Fairystruck is the third book in the Songs of Magic. I have read each one and love them more with each new offering. In the last installment I loved the leprechauns. This book gave me gangster, assassin teddy bears. Totally entertaining. There also were gargoyles, fairies, and the band.
The story begins where the last one left off. I still don’t know what is up with Erin but I think I might be figuring it out. Jason still pines for Erin. Don’t give up Jason. As far as the band is concerned if it...more
Rebecca
Don’t you hate it when things are finally going your way, then all of a sudden giant evil teddy bears ruin everything? Yeah me too:)

The last two books in the Songs of Magic series, Fairy Metal Thunder and Fairy Blues, have been fun But Fairystruck was laugh out laud funny at times!

Aoide has finally gotten help to find her missing instruments. The elders have agreed to help her enter the human world, and she wont have to go alone Liadan the wolf accompanies her. The elders of the country fairies...more
Heather
***Spoiler Alert*** If you haven't read the other two books in this series don't read this review*******


All the old characters are back with us as we start this, the third book in the Songs of Magic series. The group is stuck on a lousy school bus with no air condition touring all across the U.S. but they are really having the time of their lives. Except for the 14 hour bus rides and the fairy creatures trying to kill them. Jason is still pining away for Erin. She is still with the super cheesy...more
Michelle (Much Loved Books)
I started Fairystruck straight after finishing Fairy Blues and it picks up right where it left off. The Assorted Zebras are still on tour with their magical instruments and still trying to keep them from being taken back. The Assorted Zebras, now called The Rioting Zebras, but more about that later, are becoming more popular as the days go on, but they soon find out it's not all it's cracked up to be.
Meanwhile in Faerie, Aoide, with the help of Liadan, tasked with the job oftravellingto the huma...more
Shirley
Okay, things are getting interesting now. Not that they weren’t before, but more and more characters are added with each book and the reader is learning more and more about each of the existing characters all the time. J.L. Bryan definitely has our attention now.

Jason, Dred, Erin and Mitch/Mick are finding out life on the road isn’t always fun. Aoide and Liandan learn all sorts of things about the mortal world that they didn’t know before. Queen Mab is pulling out every evil member of Fae that s...more
Annabelle Marie Veronica
*****FINAL RATING: 4.55 STARS*****

CATCHALL
These books should not be allowed to get better and better. Seriously. It should be illegal. These books are just like way too awesome to be believed. I have no clue how they continually become even more amazing, but somehow, magically, they do. And I, for one, am very happy about it!

THE HERO
JASON
I still love Jason. He's awesome, and in this book we get a sense of his fierce loyalty to his family above all else. I love that. He doesn't let the fame th...more
Heather
The titles of JL Bryan’s books in The Songs of Magic series have a way of making me sing classic rock songs in my head. The first installment, Fairy Metal Thunder, had me singing “Fairy Metal Thunder” in place of part of the lyrics of Born To Be Wild. And the third book is no exception. Fairystruck had me singing AC/DC everytime I picked up my Kindle Fire with the words to Thunderstruck now replaced with “Fairystruck.” I’m still not sure which version I like better…

But I am positive that this se...more
Aeicha
4.5 / 5 Stars

THREE WORDS: Rock. And. Roll…*throws up the double horns*

MY REVIEW: Sinister teddy bears. Evil dollhouses. Rabid fangirls…no, this isn’t a Justin Bieber music video (eww!!!). It’s the rockin’ fun in Fairystruck, the third book in the Songs of Magic series by J.L. Bryan.

Picking up where the second book leaves off, in Fairystruck we find Jason, Erin, Mitch and Dred- aka the Assorted Zebras, aka the Rioting Zebras- living the rock and roll dream as their #1 hit “The Sugar Dance” skyro...more
Mary Lou Moench
Received from: purchased on Amazon.com

Albert (my son) and I have continued this series as a read-aloud in the car on our way to and from work.
We're back with The Assorted Zebras, Jason, Mitch, Erin, and 'Dred. This third book in the series picks up right where FAIRY BLUES left off. The Assorted Zebras have been renamed by their producing label as The Rioting Zebras and have begun their first concert tour as the opening act for DJ Smoov-Moov. Aoide and Liadan, the banshee wolf, begin their quest...more
Kelly
I think this is my favorite of the 3 books thus far. The quips are quippy, the action is action-y and the creep factor is through the roof. The things that the band puts up with on the side of their label left me narrowing my eyes in frustration. One band member is particular had me gritting my teeth and waiting impatiently for the moment they wised up to what they were being asked to do. Aoide's basic cluelessness about the human world and Liadan's fear of big cities left me smiling. And the as...more
Sarah
This is the third book in the ‘Songs of Magic’ series, and picks up where book 2 – Fairy Blues’ left off.
Jason, Erin, Mitch, and Dred are continuing on their tour, and the fairies are continuing to hunt for their instruments. There is a packed tour schedule ahead of them, and any number of other worldly creatures out to get them, from gargoyles to teddy bears.
Can the band survive this hectic lifestyle though? And how long will it be before the fairies get their hands back on those magical musica...more
Kristi-The Book Faery
I just finished Fairystruck by JL Bryan! I LOVED it! This entire series ROCKS my wings! More to come!

Amazing series that I think everyone should read! When you're done with The Songs of Magic series, you MUST read Jeff's other series, THE PARANORMALS! Fantastic author that will soon, if not already, become one of your favorites!

Rock on, Jeff!
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J.L. Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on English Renaissance and Romantic literature. He also studied screenwriting at UCLA. He lives in the metro Atlanta sprawl with his wife Christina, where he spends most of his day serving the toddler and animal community inside his house. He is the author of the Paranormals series and the Songs of Magic...more
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