New World Order (War of the Fae #4)
NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, ELLE CASEY, brings readers Book 4 in the YA Urban Fantasy WAR OF THE FAE Series.
Will the fae be able to make the sacrifices they must to survive? ... Jayne Sparks and her Light Fae changeling friends face off in the final battle against their enemies. But the identify ...more
Nope. I'm out. Done. I'm so over this series. What an utter disappointment.
The sad thing is, up until 90%, it was an okay read. I didn't love it, unlike the three previous books. Most of the time, I felt like the whole purpose of this book was to raise question after question after question, confusing und frustrating the hell out of me, without answering or resolving anything at all. I really should have counted all the 'I can't tell you's and 'That's not my story to ...more
First thing, you will NOT want to put the books down, and if you read like I do, will complete them anywhere between two to four days. ALL the characters have their own strengths and the group chemistry between friends is amazing.
MOST IMPORTANT: PIXIES KICK ASS.
There is a pixie, Tim, who will crack you up and have you laughing so damn hard you won't know what to do with yourself. Truth be told, he STEALS THE SHOW, but Jayne (the main character) is such a ...more
Review with spoilers
Well, first of all, if you are really desperate to finish this series don't read first the ending. I did it and my reaction wasn't cute:
So yeah, that happened to me. Sad...isn't? However, I decided that I was still reading the book because I thought that everything would make sense at the end about -at least- the romance-weird thing, but no, it didn't! I just felt more and more confused wanting to skip pages because it was just queer. I found Jayne ...more
I still am in love with Jayne's inner voice, the lack of overabundant teenage angst and just a damn good story. I listened to a majority of this book in my car via Kindle's text to speech and found myself (more than once) laughing like a loon in my car.
This series has caused me to put Elle Casey on my auto-buy list and I look for ...more
The Changelings (War of the Fae #1): 3.5 stars
The Changelings (War of the Fae #2): 4 stars
The Changelings (War of the Fae #3): 4 stars
The Changelings (War of the Fae #4): 4 stars
Jayne has a life that leaves much to be desired. The only bright spot is her best friend Tony, who knows her better than anyone, and who is the only consistent, stable presence in her life. One day, Tony discovers one of the nightmares of Jayne’s life. In order to prevent himself from taking revenge on behalf ...more
Not a dull moment, full of surprises and great characters.
I love Jayne, she rocks the old fae world. Sassy mouth, sarcastic, loyal, courageous and mischievous.
She comes no holds barred in this fae world, makes mistakes but saves the day.
It reminds me of the Shadow Fall serie with the supernatural bunch of incredible friends, plot and humour.
You've got (no telling names because I don't want to spoil the fun):
- a hot incubus, always trying to get in her pants;
- an ar ...more
Elle Casey reminds me why I love to try new authors (I've been known to ...more
Rated 4.5 out of 5 Stars
Book 1: The Changeling ~ 2: Call to Arms ~ 3: Darkness & Light ~ 4: New World Order
Jayne Sparks is a sassy, foul mouthed, typical teen girl. She hates school, hates her mother's new boyfriend, and absolutely hates boring. Her best friend, Tony, is the biggest nerd in school, but she loves him unconditionally. The day Tony finds out that her mother's boyfriend tried to molest her, he insists that she make a choice. Either run awa
"No, that's not what I said! You have to tell the story right. And use the flair voice that I'm using. It's better that way."
Flair voice? omg, too perfect.
"Yes, ladies and gentlefae, I know, I know. I am amazing, aren't I? That's right. I'm a hacker. I hack stuff. Did you see me hack that mother? Yes, you did. I hacked it. I hack all the time, actually."
And in relation to that quote above, I love how Elle Casey kept it real, charac ...more
The series ending was very bittersweet for me but I loved it. It ended in a way that allows for Jayne's story to be continued, which Casey is doing in Clash of the Otherworlds. Which you guys should be seeing a review fo ...more
Characterizations: on point
Content: on point
Story line: on point
Humour: on point
I mean what more is there?
The only fault I found with this last book is that it seems that Jayne the heroine expanded her vocabulary and eased up a bit on the profanity, eh ehm, I mean, her sentence enhancers! which was the most hilarious part of her dialogues. Not in an immature way but this is where the buttress of her emot ...more
If you're into fantasy, the Fae, magic, and today's society, then I highly recommend giving this a read. There isn't much separation of the books, it sometimes feels like it all should have been one thick novel, ...more