Jennet Carter escaped the dark faeries of Feyland once. Now, fey magic is seeping out of the prototype game, beguiling the unwary and threatening everyone she cares about.
Tam Linn may be a hero in-game, but his real life is severely complicated. Still, he’ll do whatever it takes to stop the creatures of Feyland, even if it means pushing Jennet toward the new guy in school–the one with an inside connection to sim-gaming… and the uncanny ability to charm everyone he meets.
Despite the danger, Jennet and Tam must return to Feyland to face the magic of the Bright Court–and a powerful new enemy who won’t stop until the human world is at the mercy of the Realm of Faerie.
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- Anyone and everyone who enjoys fantasy, gaming, a great story, amazing characters, incredible writing, worlds that are so alive they don’t stay within the pages—I could go on and on—MUST read this. If you haven’t started this series yet, do not wait another second. You won’t regret it! –The Crooked Word
- I really enjoyed this one! When I read The Dark Realm last year, it genuinely surprised me! I had been a bit worried when it came to reading a book set most of the time in a video game. I kept asking myself, Is this going to be like Spy Kids? or Oh no this is going to be like reading a book based on a video game! I don’t want to read Halo! However, after reading the both books I have never felt more wrong … It’s an action packed series that you don’t want to miss! –The Romance Bookie
- Fantastic – An All Nighter! I love video games, and as I read Sharp’s wonderful descriptions of the game environment, the quests and the battles, I felt like I was really there, in-game with Jennet and Tam. Whenever there is a story that involves a romance, budding or otherwise, I usually get the feeling that one of the lovebird pair is not good enough for the other. I’m glad to say that I didn’t get that feeling here. I love both characters and I want them to be together so much, it’s painful to think of them being apart. –The Kindle Book Review
Winner 2013 Grand Prize, YA category – JABBIC Cover Contest*
3rd place winner, 2013 PRISM Contest, Best YA*
3rd place winner, 2013 OCC Book Buyer’s Best*
3rd place winner, 2013 Heart of Excellence Reader’s Choice Awards*
4th place winner, 2013 Write Touch Reader’s Award*
Finalist, 2013 Published Maggie Award of Excellence
Semi-finalist 2013 Kindle Book Review Best Indie YA
*Contests include traditionally published books from all major NY publishing houses, as well as small press and indie.
I really enjoyed the Dark Realm, it does make some sense that if the fae are still around somewhere that they would be linked with VR. In the stories they were strongly about appearances being deceptive and not being what they seemed to be, and the use of glamour to fool people to seeing something that was not real. The whole point of VR (at this point anyway) i to trick us into believing that we are somewhere other than we are, albeit in this case knowingly and willing. I’m looking forward to exploring more of this world!
It seems a bit churlish to complain about a free book, but I was a bit disappointed that the end of book 1 says that you get a free copy of Feyland: The Bright Court if you sign up to the mailing list, but actually it just gives you the short story Beneath the Knowe.
Thinking about it, I think it’s more the dashed expectation rather than anything else, I’m not sure if its possible to change that section at the end of the book 1 ebook to correct the information.
Hi James! You actually have to click or type in the link that’s featured inside The Dark Realm for the special offer on The Bright Court. It will take you here: https://antheasharp.com/specialoffer/ From there, follow the steps to claim your free copy of The Bright Court! And don’t worry about being signed up twice, my newsletter service is good about weeding out duplicates. Let me know how the download goes for you~