The Fey by Claudia Hall Christian

The Fey

By Claudia Hall Christian

  • Release Date: 2011-02-05
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
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Description

In The Fey, we meet Alexandra Hargreaves, the last surviving member of the Fey Special Forces Team, as she comes to terms with her injuries and begins to deal with the loss of her team. But Alex was never supposed to survive. Her enemies torment and torture her until she’s lost almost everything important to her. Trapped in a dark, sensory deprivation room, Alex puts the pieces back together and comes out fighting. With the help of her friends, she takes a leap forward in her life.

Back cover copy:
Released from Walter Reed Hospital, Sergeant Alexandra Hargreaves settles in her hometown of Denver, Colorado. With her family and friend close, and her enemies even closer, she strives to collect the pieces of her shattered life.

Then everything falls apart.

Haunted by the past and terrorized in the present, Alex must reach past pain, through memory and beyond the grave to find her self, and her future.

The Fey is the first book in the Fey series.

“One of the best books I have every read.” – V.A., Escondido, CA

“The Fey is a romance for people who hate romances; a thriller for people who hate thrillers. If I’d read this on a bus, I swear I’d have missed my stop.”
–J. Creasey , Denver, CO

“I love thrillers and this one ranks up there with James Patterson and Michael Palmer.”
– K. Williams, Las Vegas, NM

“A page-turner.”
– S. W., Denver, CO

Reviews

  • The Fey

    5
    By Bookwormpluss
    Very good❤️also exciting👍🏾!!
  • Outrageously Implausable

    1
    By Connie40023
    The book is technically well written, but the story was just too fantastical in a hokey kind of way. I read about half of it and stopped. I don’t recall ever abandoning a book once I’ve decide to read it, but this book was just not worth my time. This author has the skill to write a good book—now she needs to learn the art of a good story.
  • The Fey

    4
    By Patric41
    I enjoyed this ebook greatly. There was plenty of action and suspense. The transitions and flashbacks could have been smoother. Still I would like to read another book from this talented author. Patric Phoenix AZ
  • The Fey

    5
    By Sharobo
    Once you figure out who each character is, the book is great. I especially liked the part....oh, wait, you haven't read it yet. Trust me; you'll like it.
  • The Fey

    5
    By Mo the fairy
    Loved it all
  • Great start to series

    5
    By Tejanogrande
    Lots of characters. Long live the Fey!
  • A real thriller.

    4
    By BetaFlyingFrog
    The plot of this book was superb! I could hardly put it down. And the characters were very well done. They were 3 dimensional and varied in type. And I certainly could not have guessed where the story was going to go. This would be a wonderful movie. And I would really love pictures of the dresses described which Claire made! FYI- there are no actual fey in this book. It is a nickname only. I wasn't sure after the synopsis I read. I have since seen a more complete synopsis that was more informative. I hope that is the one you read. I do have one warning. There was too much sex, and it was too graphic. I really don't want to watch a married couple have sex. (Or anyone else, for that matter.) I felt like I was somewhere I shouldn't be, watching something private. I far prefer books that hint at the sex, and let me imagine as much, or as little, as I want to. This is not a book for kids or teenagers in my opinion. But if the above warning doesn't bother you, and you like spy novels, you will enjoy this book. Otherwise you may want to read it, but skip the sex scenes. The plot is worth that.
  • Worth every minute I spent reading

    4
    By Holland3412
    Wow what a great book just took a gamble at a free book and now I'm hooked on THE FEY worth every minute u put into reading this book. I could not put it down. The only down side I found was in the beginning I had a hard time following the story and distinguishing between who each person was but after several chapters I was hooked and the rest is history. Very pleased!
  • The Fey

    5
    By Turkster4
    Wow... What an incredible read! Non-stop reading. Held me on the edge numerous times... Can't wait to read more by Claudia Hall Christian... I've been made a true fan.... Thank you
  • Poor

    1
    By Diamond KGS
    I couldn’t even finish this book. The main character comes off as another Mary Sue. Terribly written with more tell than show. And even though it’s a third person, the story should be written from one character’s perspective per chapter - not some omnipotent narrator. And give the characters names rather than “the man” and “the director”. And lastly, my biggest gripe, identical twins ARE THE SAME SEX! If they’re not the same sex, they are NOT identical twins because their genes are different. Get your facts straight.

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