The Faerie War (Creepy Hollow, #3) Book Review

Title: The Faerie War

Author: Rachel Morgan

Type: Fantasy, Young Adult, Romance

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Blurb:
Having woken up with no memory of who she is or where she comes from, Vi finds herself trying to aid new and unexpected friends while looking for clues as to who she is following the destruction of Creepy Hollow as it was prior to the take over by the evil and powerful Lord Draven. With new alliances being formed and those from her past resurfacing to help her, Vi knows that she must do all that is possible to regain her memory and defeat Lord Draven before he destroys the rest of the fae world and eventually the human world along with it.

Thoughts:
Thank you to eBooks for Review for the free copy in exchange for the honest review. The final chapter in the Creepy Hollow trilogy finally culminates in the war that had been slowly building from the very first pages of the first book when Violet saved Nate and the fight does not disappoint. Unlike with the previous two books, this book did move a little bit slower for me and I’m sure that was due in large part to the fact that Vi had lost her memories and wasn’t as much of a kick-butt faerie as she had been in the previous two books. Due to her lack of knowing, Vi does come off as being more vulnerable which is good because for so long the Violet of the previous two books made a point to keep her feelings bottle up out of fear of appearing weak. Upon learning what it was exactly that caused Vi to take the potion that wiped out her entire memory, I was disappointed in her for having allowed her emotions of guilt to convince her that the best thing was to run from her problems and responsibility. Luckily, Vi restored herself in my eyes by finally facing up to all that had happened and recognizing that she was the only one who could bring together all the elements necessary to defeat Draven once and for all.

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