Fragile Eternity

Fragile Eternity

Book - 2009
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Seth wants to be with Aislinn forever. Forever takes on new meaning, though, when your girlfriend is an immortal faery queen. Keenan stole Aislinn's mortality to make her a monarch. Now she faces challenges and enticements beyond any she'd ever imagined. In Melissa Marr's third mesmerizing tale of Faerie, Seth and Aislinn struggle to stay true to themselves and to each other in a milieu of shadowy rules and shifting allegiances, where old friends become new enemies and one wrong move could plunge the Earth into chaos.
Publisher: New York : Bowen Press, 2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061214714
006121471X
9780061214738
Call Number: MARR
Characteristics: 389 p. ; 21 cm.
Subjects: Fantasy fiction.
Kings and rulers -- Fiction.
Fairies -- Fiction.

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JewelMcLatchy Jan 07, 2014

Seth and Niall were the stars for me in this novel. Really enjoyed the peek into the High Court and the start of the descent into madness and chaos. Wish the exchange between Seth and Niall at the High Court had gone differently (Seth, why didn't you fight it harder????), but still great overall read. For anyone struggling with book 2 or 3, #4 makes it worth while, so stick with it.

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LaPhenixa
Nov 23, 2013

Wow! Such a deliciously thrilling read! The characters are so vivid; the world, stunning; and the plot set me dancing with trepidation and antici...

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ekk097
Aug 06, 2012

More character oriented than the other books of the series. You hear their troubles repeatedly. I liked this book, but it was not as enjoyable to me. Good, but not great.

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re_discover
Jul 25, 2012

I find that this series by Marr keeps getting simpler and simpler. There were some neat character developments, but the Faerie world was only a backdrop to the Seth-Aislinn-Keenan- Donia love triangle (square?).

Jenna247 Aug 05, 2011

I won't share any spoilers, but this book was great! Enjoyed every momment. This series actually gets better and better.

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KKPGIRL
Jul 05, 2011

I read this series awhile ago and liked them, but they were kind of confusing and pretty fast-paced.

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Abby0429
Apr 11, 2011

enjoyable, and better than the first two. It had a good start and didnt drag on too much but at times through out the middle it got boring and i often became uniterested and found myself skimming, getting tired of hearing the same things the characters were dreading about. In my opinion a good author doesnt need to repeat their feelings over and over again, that just means they cant find any other way of showing how the characters feel that they have to tell the reader repeatedly. dont get me wrong i like it and was satisfied after reading it but I was not totally compelled to read the next book.

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gothgirl1105
Feb 20, 2011

This book is spectacular. In the middle I found it a little boring, but overall it's great!!!

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Adelable
Jan 21, 2011

I found this book more repetitive than the first two. I understood how the characters were feeling but I didn't need to be told every two pages. I continued with it though, because I wanted to know where it was going. I'll still request the next book(s) in the series but this one almost made me want to quit reading it.

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invisible_writer
Dec 28, 2010

I loved this one!!!!

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