The Dark Realm, first novel in the award-winning bestselling FEYLAND series~
WHEN A GAME…
Feyland is the most immersive computer game ever designed, and Jennet Carter is the first to play the prototype. But she doesn’t suspect the virtual world is close enough to touch — or that she’ll be battling for her life against the Dark Queen of the faeries.
Tam Linn is the perfect hero — in-game. Too bad the rest of his life is seriously flawed. The last thing he needs is rich-girl Jennet prying into his secrets, insisting he’s the only one who can help her.
WINNING IS EVERYTHING…
Together, Jennet and Tam enter the Dark Realm of Feyland, only to discover that the entire human world is in danger. Pushed to the limit of their abilities, they must defeat the Dark Queen… before it’s too late.
- “If you like faeries, a touch of sci-fi, and old ballads, this is definitely the story for you.” –Watercolor Moods Book Reviews
- “Feyland is a really cool mix of scifi and fairy tale … the fairyland-as-a-video-game world was surprisingly successful. A lot of the concepts events will sound familiar to both gamers and people who have to listen to gamers talk about their games all the time, while at the same time hearkening to old fairy stories. I had never before considered how much fairy tales and RPGs had in common, but it’s actually a lot!” –Epic Chocolate Fantasy Book Reviews
- “Jennet was a character that I fell in love with instantly. She is a girl who loves video games, has a great sense of competition, and is just tough enough without being overbearing.” –Hopelessly Devoted Bibliophile
- “With a fresh twist on the faery lore, Feyland: The Dark Realm will slowly find its way into your mind… and your heart. Forget that this is a faery book. It’s more than that. It’s the story of a girl, a boy, and their brilliant strength.” –The Reviews News
- “Feyland: The Dark Realm is pure, delightful fantasy. I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging quest and romance. It blurred the lines between reality and gaming … I love the way in which Sharp weaves fairy folklore and Scottish ballads into this tale.” –Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer
~Winner, Indie Book of the Day, 11/2012~