Meghan Chase has been looking forward to her sixteenth birthday. It’s the magical birthday where you gain the independence of driving and the world's possibilities are endless. Perhaps a romance, or ice cream falling from the sky. But that’s not how it happens for Meghan. Instead, Meghan gets a chart topping horrible day at school, a changling for a brother, a fey for a best friend and a whole bunch of creatures that want her dead. Oh, and definitely no drivers license. Meghan sets off on a journey through the world of the Fey to rescue her brother with Puck as her guide. She doesn’t expect to discover that King Oberon is her father, and she is a princess. The world of Fey is unusual and frightening but Meghan is determined to find her brother and bring him home.
Yeah, so I finally got around to reading this book. The good thing about starting into a series that everyone has been reading and talking about for so long is that you don't have to wait too long to read the next book. I feel like I'm the very last person to read this though.
I love the cover of this book. It's so pretty and I'm always drawn to blue so swirly's and blue is right up my alley! I enjoyed this story, it moved along well and kept my attention. I'm a girl that reads more than one book at a time unless it really sucks me in. I put all other books aside to finish this one. That's saying something. By the end of the book I found I just wanted to know more. I wanted deeper understanding of the characters, especially Puck and Ash. I know there is another book, so hopefully I will get more there, and not more questions. Meghan is a determined girl. I love her loyalty to family and friends, even though it was called her weakness. If you are going to have a weakness, that is a good one to have. I'm looking forward to the next book.
There is swearing in this book. Most swear words are used more than once.