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Sixty-One Nails by Mike Shevdon
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Apr 17, 12

bookshelves: fae, 2012, fantasy
Read in April, 2012

Sixty-One Nails was a refreshing look into the fae world. I was immediately taken by the concept of the untainted--the seventh court that rebelled against the others. Mike Shevdon delves into fae eugenics and how, over time, the fae have had trouble breeding and have had to resort to breeding with humans to sustain their ranks. That's where the problem of the seventh court arises. They despise humans.

The book was fast paced, despite the occasional info-dump, and I found that the most exciting character in the story was not Nial "Rabbit", but rather his fierce companion/fae-lover Blackbird. It's unique, it's fun, and at times, it's funny.

Recommended :D
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