Bird Without Wings review by Madisonrdempsey
Bird Without Wings: FAEBLES
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Fantasy
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Age at time of review - 13
Reviewer's Location - West Grove, PA, United States
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The book I chose - Bird Without Wings, was a mysterious and exciting book about a teenage girl who finds out who she "really" is.  Scarlett is having trouble in the real world, being bullied, her father gone missing, no firends but she ends up finding a magical Fae world.  In this Fae world, it's different than the regular world, more pure and more free.  This Fae world brings her closer to finding her birth mom and father. Her dad went missing and she never got to meet her birth mom.  Scarlett meets new friends in the Fae world.  She finds out that she is a Fae princess and she has a gift of seeing things that can or did happen.  She also finds out that the Fae's enemy is the Black-Wings.  Scarlett gets vivid images of where her father may be.  Her best friend turns against her and turns out to be a Black-Wing along with her abusive brother and father.  Scarlett and her Fae friends must fight against the Black-wings.  Do they win or lose?  Read this book to find out!


I really enjoyed this book.  Once I started reading it, the author had me hooked!  Bird Without Wings was a mysterious, and exciting book.  The author made you feel like you were there with the way she described the Fae world. She made it seem so real.  This book had many twist that threw you off guard but all made perfect sence.  I would recomend this to mostly teenage girls.  This book told the life of a teenage girl and how she finds a new world.  This book also had a little bit of action in it.  Bird Without Wings was a wonderful book and I hope that other people will enjoy it as much as I did.

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Content rating - some mature content

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This book is a good read for mature teenage girls. It didn't have too many inappropriate parts other than a few. I think this book would be great for any middle or high school girl.

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