: Wondrous Strange (Wondrous Strange Trilogy) (): Lesley Livingston: Books. Wondrous Strange a teen fantasy novel and the first book by author Lesley Livingston. It was published in trade paperback on January 13, by. Since the dawn of time, the Faerie have takenSeventeen-year-old actress Kelley Winslow always thought faeries were just something from.

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The characters were amazing. I love that I felt so educated afterwards!

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That’s not really me. I was in the book store looking to grab the second book in the BIFN series leslsy of course I had to spend some time browsing while I was there. Yes, we know that they’re magical – but what do they do – apart from being larger-than-life and slightly supernatural and getting into petty squabbles for no apparent reason?

View all 12 comments. The lame insta-love and lame love interest cost this book an entire star, though.

View all 13 comments. I think this author has a lot of potential, and I sincerely hope that she grows as a writer.

Still, it’s always interesting to see how someone takes something like fairie After a couple false starts, I read this book. Wondrous Strange is enchanting from beginning to end!

If you aren’t a fan of faerie books, you’ll still want to read it. Her stubborn but highly entertaining attitude stayed in check throughout the entire novel, and I loved every minute of it.


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I never in a million years would have guessed this was a debut novel. I like that this book pays homage to The Bard. Kelley is probably one of my favorite literary characters of all time. There was one thing, though, that really bothered me while I was reading. Hooray, great story about alternative career paths and following your dreams.

The main problems with the book are over-used cliches, poorly-drawn characters, wildly improbable settings and happenings, along with overall predictability. This page was last edited on lespey Februaryat I’m too bored and I don’t wanna lose more brain cells.

After a couple false starts, I read this book.

Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. Then one day, she meets a weirdo in a park and ends wondrkus rescuing a kelpie from a pool in Central Park, and that ends up pulling her into the supernatural world of the faerie.

Sonny is a ,esley child livihgston Auberon’s Fae realm, now serv At seventeen, Kelley Winslow has finished school and moved to New York to pursue a career on the stage. Titania and Auberon instead of Oberon–cool! But as for Sonny becoming the rider in the wild hunt, WOW! Also really liked Bob and the kelpie horse.

I had a hard time putting the book down.

And I don’t mean that in the quality of writing, because they are both fabulous writers. Of course, New York theatre is so much more suave than silly Hollywood! The plot was well thought out and written.


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Not sure that that really makes sense to me. So often in faerie fiction, you hear the same things over and over: For a paranormal romance, it is a little simple, but I still love the characters!

I loved this book, I hated the ending though. To ask other readers questions about Wondrous Strangeplease sign up. I’m not kidding Other pivingston that, this was a fun story. It took a while to get going, but I liked when Puck entered the picture, the Wild Hunt origin scene, and when we got a little of Mabh’s darkness.

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Were we supposed to assume that the overprotective aunt who didn’t want her to leave and should have been really concerned about Wonxrous being so close to the fairy gate was paying her rent, grocery bills and any other expenses?

Apr 04, Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies rated it it was ok.

The writing is actually very gorgeous, and I loved the way the author incorporated faerie mythology into the storyline, and interwove theater into it. That final scene made me cry for a whole hour. She has allergies and lays on the couch licking herself all day.