Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception - Maggie Stiefvater Reviews
Description:ISBN 0738713708 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Maggie Stiefvater / Edition: 1 / Paperback / Reading Level: Young Adult / 336 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-01 by Flux
Newest Review: ... her silly, but also gives her the confidence to play her music the way she wants, winning her her first title. But she soons ... more
Customer Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception - Maggie Stiefvater Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/02/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
After reading Maggie Steifvaters previous series of books and being quite impressed with them (Shiver, Linger.....), myself and my daughter (the family that reads together stays together! Lol!), decided that we would try her other books, with this (Lament) and what we thought originally was the second follow on book to Lament, (Ballad), would be the ideal purchase! Sixteen year old Dee is a cloverhand, this is someone who can see fairies, (though for a good portion of the book she doesn't actually know that!), she is also an amazing musician though with very little confidence when it comes to competing. At a competition she meets gorgeous and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/11, updated on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Synopsis: From Amazon Sixteen-year-old Deirdre Monaghan is a painfully shy but prodigiously gifted musician. She's about to find out she's also a cloverhand - one who can see faeries. Deirdre finds herself infatuated with a mysterious boy who enters her ordinary suburban life, seemingly out of thin air. Trouble is, the enigmatic and gorgeous Luke turns out to be a gallowglass - a soulless faerie assassin. An equally hunky - and equally dangerous - dark faerie soldier named Aodhan is also stalking Deirdre.Sworn enemies, Luke and Aodhan each have a deadly assignment from the Faerie Queen. Namely, kill Deirdre before her music captures the attention of the Fae and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Lament is the first out of two book in Maggie Stiefvater's Books of Faerie duo that was released in 2008. Deidre "Dee" Monaghan is a fantastic and extremely talented musician but she is also really shy. She is terrified of performing and throws up before each one and she's just about to play in the biggest arts competition of the year. Luckily, extremely good looking Luke Dillon is there to hold her hair back and put some confidence back in her. Dee's life is completely ordinary, apart from the fact that she has the ability of telekinesis and Luke seems to be the complete opposite. Everything about him is mysterious and Dee cannot help but be drawn ... Read the complete review
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