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The Dark Fey Trilogy #3

Breaking Into The Light

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The Reviled are the enemy; merciless, untrustworthy. They embody brutality and devastation. The Fey of the Light have lived with these truths for millennia. Daring to think otherwise invites tragedy.

Gairynzvl was a Reviled Fey and lived the riotous life of all Dark Ones; yet now he is rescuing younglings from the darkness. The actions taken by him and his band of Liberators are fulfilling Ancient Prophecies and proving long-accepted beliefs to be inaccurate. Those who have lived in the Light all their lives, who enjoyed the luxuries of abundance, are suddenly faced with unavoidable questions.

How is Peace achieved? Can Light unite with Darkness?

Will the Fey of the Light sacrifice everything to achieve that which seems impossible or will they turn their heads and ignore the shadows weeping all around them?

Breaking into the Light relates the inspiration of Hope and the power of forgiveness through a tale that is brutally beautiful.

232 pages, Kindle Edition

Published September 19, 2017

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Cynthia A. Morgan

12 books152 followers

Cynthia A. Morgan is an award-winning author; free-lance columnist, blogger, and poet. Author of the dystopian fantasy Mercy Series and the young adult fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy, Morgan’s captivating tales serve as a backdrop for powerful messages like ‘show thankfulness through kindness and appreciate blessings through generosity’ and ‘the only way to achieve peace is by becoming peace’.

Morgan is also the creator of the popular blog Booknvolume where over 18,000 followers regularly explore Morgan’s own brand of poetry, musings about life, photography, book reviews and more. Morgan’s writing has been featured as a monthly column in Fresh Lifestyle Magazine and she is an active member with Artists 4 Peace as well as supporting the ASCPA since 2008.

Upcoming projects include a fictional drama in Regency Period England, a non-fiction exploration of the supernatural/paranormal and beliefs around the world, and a return to the realms of Dark Fey in a mind-bending prequel.

Some of her other interests includes a deep love for animals and the environment. She is frequently heard laughing, finds the mysteries of ancient times, spirituality, and the possibilities of life elsewhere in the cosmos intriguing, and believes in the power of love, hope and forgiveness.

When asked how she feels about writing, Morgan has said: “To write; to paint with words as an artist bedecks his canvas with hues and shades and layers of pigmentation; to sing a melody upon which the gaze may linger and over which the heart may muse again and again: to create visual splendor with grammar and language is the most beguiling form of intoxication in which I could ever take pleasure.”

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Author 7 books38 followers
August 15, 2019
An Epic Fantasy Adventure

Two warring factions of Fey clash in this third installment of the series.
With well-detailed action packed into every sentence, we are dropped right into the fray as Light Fey struggle to rescue a group of Younglings from the Demon Fey. Coming fresh off this conflict, the Light Fey seek to heal their wounded hero and take their next action against the child stealing antagonists.
Along their journey they gain new allies and band together against the brutally of the vicious Demon Fey Lord.
Full of ancient prophecies, colorful fey, and the horrors of battle, this book is definitely for adventurous readers.
If you love tales of Hobbits or the lore of Drizzt Do'Urden, this narrative style will be right up your alley.
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Author 12 books27 followers
January 3, 2018
Breaking into the Light: Dark Fey (Book 3)

The end of a trilogy can either come as the end of a long haul or a flash of brilliance over too soon. This book was most definitely the latter.
A sumptuous end to a sumptuous series, Morgan guides the reader through her fantastical creation with aplomb and immerses them in the outcome. Never predictable, though one always has their fingers crossed for their literary favourites, the story has and continued to evolve right to the end. Plus, as an already favourite character, I was anxious to see what happened to Gairynzvl most of all and was not left disappointed.
I understand this is the last book in the series but would revisit it or any future works based in the Fey’s timelines with delight. Five stars!
September 25, 2021
The third book contains a new character which made last Fey battle totally absorbing! A great trilogy each book alone was a pleasure to read, gathering momentum until book three when goodness and light prevailed!
This entire review has been hidden because of spoilers.
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Author 16 books25 followers
February 28, 2023
Breaking into the Light by Cynthia A. Morgan ends what has become one of my favorite series. I’ve now read and listened to all three books. My husband and I were going to listen to the trilogy together over the holidays. I told him about the story and he couldn’t wait to start it. Apparently, he couldn’t wait to finish it, either. He finished the audiobooks on his own. Lol! Needless to say, this series doesn’t belong in women’s fiction. It is a moving tale for people from all walks of life to enjoy. The great evil portrayed in Uxvagchtr’s character sent chills to my core, throughout this last book. The inner war within Nunvaret’s character left me on the edge of my seat, often wondering what fate he’d have by the end. And the determination of the main Fey of the Light characters, to save those who were lost or stolen, continued to fill me with a sense of hope.

The classical good versus evil theme has a twist in this fantasy series. I can’t wait for you to discover it. One of my favorite characters voiced such a powerful message—a quite unusual way of reacting to evil that left me breathless and in tears, at one point. Evondair takes the stage, in this last book, presenting the type of beautiful message that leaves so much room for contemplation on how we live our daily lives. “Even for this . . .” Just wait until you read that line in context. Spread the word! Breaking into the Light is a timeless masterpiece. I hope to see the trilogy on the silver screen someday.
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