A Secret in the Forest - FeyTerrah Series Book 2 r...
A Secret in the Forest (The FeyTerrah Series)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure

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Age at time of review - 16
Reviewer's Location - Kingman, AZ, United States
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A Secret in the Forest is the second book in the FeyTerrah series. This book continues immediately after the first. While swimming to the portal back to FeyTerrah, Dreamer accidentally looks away, resulting in the portal disappearing while he's still on Earth! It might be for the better though, because Lily might be in over her head trying to gather the Fey Watcher rings alone. Victor is a worse enemy than feared because he's rich, resourceful, and will do anything to expose Lily's secret. With a seemingly impossible time constraint to find the rings and having to deal with Victor at the same time, how will Lily be able to manage to succeed? Find out in this amazing book!

Opinion: 

I really love the FeyTerrah series. Marie Navarro made a magical world that truly allows me to embrace the magic with ease. This immersive world caught my attention from the first pages of book one, and it's only gotten better ever since. If the first book left any questions about the series, this book will make you fall in love with the world of FeyTerrah. The characters are so lifelike, and the world is extremely vivid. If I would have one complaint with this book, it would be that it ended too quickly! I can't wait to see what comes next in the FeyTerrah series! I would recommend this book for ages 10 and up. If you enjoy books with magic, elves, and fairies, you will love this series!

Rating:
5
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