Hello, and welcome back to another edition of awesome books written by awesome people. Our next stop in the Otherworld is to the fantasy world that was created by L.E.Parr: a world occupied by wyr and fariidinus, but part of our very own. A very cool twist on the view of fairies and other faekin, Parr has an interesting manner of writing that makes her words seem itself like magic.
The Fariidinus series begins with Wings of the Exile. Kirin, who has been stripped of her wings, was banished from the Heartland. But her part in the great battle before her is not over. Beautiful fantasy mixes with the right amount of grit and grime. Parr’s fairies are as lethal as they are beautiful, and it gets your blood pumping for every tension-filled scene.
When your wings are gone, you can accept your exile or you can learn to fight back.
Kirin, a young fariidinus fey, is judged and condemned to the knife. After her wings are removed, she is exiled to the mainland where she is rescued by Stone, a young man who is part of a group of Heartland expatriates. The expatriates have long had a plan to restore the wings of a fariidinus with the right gifts in order to send her back into the Heartland as a weapon against the evil Highmother, Letal. Kirin is bitter and angry and not sure she wants to be part of the plan until Letal brings her war to the mainland and there is no other choice but to fight back.
Wings of the Exile is exactly what an introductory tale should be. Parr crafts a story here that doesn’t feel as though it was a labor at all. Rather, you get a sense that the fairies whispered their secrets to the author, and she was the incredible scribe who was given the gift to share it with the rest of us. The Fariidinus books are massive, and there are more on the way. But if you want to get started, there’s no better time than now to pick up the first book on Amazon.
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