“Thinking woman” Nora Fischer finds herself trapped in a nasty fantasy world, where women are illiterate and so-called fairies are out to either kill or trap her forever. Her “benefactor” is Aruendiel, a Mr. Darcy-like magician of great power with his own war to wage against the evil fairies.
What I liked about this book – imaginative setting, interesting take on fairies.
What disappointed me was Nora’s lack of actual “Thinking” and the fact that she was in constant need of rescuing. And, in my opinion, an unconvincing love story. Also, a predictable ending disappointed me.
Should you read? Yes, it’s worth a read, but I don’t think you’ll be enchanted with it.