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Tales of Folk & Fey: A Wicked Lovely Collection PDF, ePub eBook Return to the world of Wicked Lovely! Read an all-new Dark Court short story. “Love Hurts” catches up with Irial, Niall, and Leslie—and offers clues about the upcoming Wicked Lovely prequel novel, Cold Iron Heart. Tales of Folk & Fey also includes “Old Habits” and “Stopping Time” (previously published Wicked Lovely Dark Court stories) and two previously published sel Return to the world of Wicked Lovely! Read an all-new Dark Court short story. “Love Hurts” catches up with Irial, Niall, and Leslie—and offers clues about the upcoming Wicked Lovely prequel novel, Cold Iron Heart. Tales of Folk & Fey also includes “Old Habits” and “Stopping Time” (previously published Wicked Lovely Dark Court stories) and two previously published selchie short stories (“Awakened” and “Love Struck). As a bonus, the collection also includes “Carnival of Lies,” a prequel story to the 2012 novel Carnival of Secrets and an excerpt of first book in the new faery duology, Seven Black Diamonds (2016).

46 review for Tales of Folk & Fey: A Wicked Lovely Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stacey O'Neale

    It was nice to revisit some of my favorite characters. I miss this series. I hope Melissa decides to bring it back with some new full-length books. I'd be first in line at the bookstore.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    I'm torn between being slightly peeved that I'd read some of these and just being so happy I got to revisit with this characters. After all, I love them so much I could probably re-read the same stories about them a million times. Also Seth's little appearance was the best treat of all. Let's begin then. I absolutely love the chemistry between Irial, Niall and Leslie and I can't wait to have another novel based on the Wicked Lovely world. It cannot come soon enough. (After all this series pretty I'm torn between being slightly peeved that I'd read some of these and just being so happy I got to revisit with this characters. After all, I love them so much I could probably re-read the same stories about them a million times. Also Seth's little appearance was the best treat of all. Let's begin then. I absolutely love the chemistry between Irial, Niall and Leslie and I can't wait to have another novel based on the Wicked Lovely world. It cannot come soon enough. (After all this series pretty much ruined most other books about Faerie for me for the longest time by just being so perfectly written). I still knew the Carnival story to the details despite it being years since I'd read it, which bothered me slightly, but then the stories about the trio were so great. Irial as a father/grandfather is an hilarious thought and I'm still laughing two days later. I have to say though, that I enjoyed the Selkie stories even more, which was unexpected. They were just so cleverly written that I felt like I was inside that world right alongside the characters. I wouldn't mind a full novel(s) about a Selkie either. Just saying. Overall, it was just right to get me excited for what's to come, which was kind of the point of this collection.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    I had already read some of the short stories but a few were new. I enjoyed most of the stories but I most wanted to read the new Wicked Lovely story and that one had quite a few mistakes, I had trouble following the sentences sometimes. It might be that the version I got wasn't finalised. The editing was fine through the rest of the book. The Carnival of secrets prequel was one of my favourites in this collection and made me want to re-read the book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    I absolutely loved this collection of short stories. No one matches Melissa Marr’s world creating abilities. I read each story and was completely immersed. I can’t wait for more.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Glory Dey

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    Melissa Cheresnick

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    Carol

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    Terri M.

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    LynnG

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    Helen

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    Kimberly Butterfield

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    Head in the Stars

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    Tess Catlett

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    Faida orrie

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    Ariana

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    Okalani Lawler

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    Anne Hackman

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    Merci

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    Luna

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    Angela

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    Shellee

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    Laura Basaldua

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    Grace Nicholls

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    Yasmin

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    Judith Chelekis

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    Rem

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    Meg

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    Shauna McGinty

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    Audrey Lemke

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    Caitlin Ostberg

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    Sara Bennett

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    Joanne

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    Rebecca

  46. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn Lewis

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