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Driven by action, suspense, and a strong heroine, this deliciously detailed, bestselling YA fantasy will keep you turning the pages right up until the epic conclusion...Violet Fairdale is in big trouble. Her home is gone, her beloved forest lies in ruins, the guy she gave her heart to has deserted her-and she doesn't remember any of it. The powerful Lord Draven is taking oDriven by action, suspense, and a strong heroine, this deliciously detailed, bestselling YA fantasy will keep you turning the pages right up until the epic conclusion...Violet Fairdale is in big trouble. Her home is gone, her beloved forest lies in ruins, the guy she gave her heart to has deserted her-and she doesn't remember any of it. The powerful Lord Draven is taking over, brainwashing guardians into fighting for him. No one is safe from the evil spreading throughout the fae world.As alliances are forged between the remaining free fae, Vi struggles to reclaim her identity and figure out where she belongs in this new world. When someone from her past shows up, life gets more complicated. He brings with him a long-forgotten weapon and an ancient prophecy that places Vi at the center of the fight against Draven. With the future of the fae world at stake, can Vi carry out the prophecy's instructions before it's too late?...

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Number of Pages : 380 Pages
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The Faerie War Reviews

  • Ben Alderson
    2019-03-05 06:46

    this book is everything to me.this series is everything to me...i can not cope! I love Vi and Ryn! so so much <3 the magic, war and action in this was FANTASTIC!

  • Norah Una Sumner
    2019-02-28 09:59

    I'm actually crying.Oh,man.This series.THIS SERIES.Emotional roller coaster,that's what this book is.It had everything I needed - romance,action,heart wrenching moments,bittersweet plot...and an epic ending.MORE PEOPLE NEED TO READ THIS SERIES.READ IT.R E A D . I T.(view spoiler)[Also,I've just found this photo and I'm dying.DO YOU HEAR MY POOR SHIPPER HEART CRYING?THIS WAS INTENSE.WOW. (hide spoiler)]Rachel Morgan is a freaking boss.Also,she tweeted me and now I love her even more.Favourite quotes:“Getting all philosophical on that side of the wall, are you?” I tease.“Well, there isn't much else to do on this side. You telling me your side's more exciting?”“Totally. I've got loads of entertainment here.A pink troll riding a unicycle and juggling fire sprites.”“Can't sleep without a wall between us?”“Yeah, I'm really missing that wall.I now get the loud version of your snoring instead of the muffled version.”["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Emily Anne
    2019-03-11 09:05

    The Faerie War was absolutely amazing! I devoured it and loved every second. I am so sad it is over though. The Creepy Hollow series is one you all should be thinking of adding to your library!The Faerie War starts off with Violet... only she is a little different. Yep, she lost her memory. Everyone is preparing to go into hiding from the mysterious being destroying Creepy Hollow. The beginning was very exciting as you are plunged straight into the world with no time to be bored! Also, lucky for us, we get the second section from Ryn's point of view. I loved reading from his perspective, especially since he is such a unique and awesome character. We all fell for him in The Faerie Prince, but I promise he will impress you even more in this conclusion!I can not not mention the wonderful humor. I laughed and smiled countless times. The banter between Ryn and Violet is so entertaining! Also, the readers were introduced to some awesome characters such as Em of the London Guild. She was so cool! Her job is to provide comic relief for the team, as she put it! Em perfectly balances out Fin, who is very serious and subdued. Also, we meet Jamon, a Repticilla, in the beginning. At first, he is kind of unlikable, as he has an understandable-ish grudge against Violet. Eventually I grew to really enjoy his character.We also meet Tilly, who has an important part in the book, but I won't tell you why in fear of spoiling the book! Tilly is also a pretty awesome character who, like Em, had some pretty awesome lines. Here is one I could relate to, this is said while she is welcoming Ryn and Violet into the house: "My mom would probably say 'Please excuse the mess' but, honestly, I think it looks fine." That line made me laugh inside. (Also, that line is from my memory so it may not be the exact quote.) In the beginning, we are led to believe that Tilly might not exactly be all there upstairs. Yeah, that scene was very entertaining!The ending was epic. My mind was blown by the excellence of the final scenes. My emotions were running high as the darkness and climax approached and the very, very last chapters were so sweet and powerful. Overall, The Faerie War is an action packed read with an amazing romance and unique characters that have a special place in my heart. I know I will reread the series again and again!*I received this book for free in exchange for a honest review. My thoughts above are 100% honest*4.5/5 Stars

  • Kevin
    2019-03-21 08:45

    This wraps up the first arc of Creepy Hollow series, I like that it has a fast moving plot and a kickass heroine.I don't like(view spoiler)[that Vi took the forget potion, I know that she is devastated by what has occurred, but I believe she is too strong a character to not take responsibility for her mistakes and then take action to do what little she can do to make things right.(hide spoiler)]

  • Cally Jackson
    2019-02-26 07:45

    I was a little nervous about reading this book, because the finales in the last few trilogies I've read have all disappointed me (cough cough, The Hunger Games, cough cough, Delirium). Thank goodness, The Faerie War bucked the trend and did the rest of the series justice. In the previous books, Violet was my favourite character, but Ryn stole the show for me in this one. All of my favourite moments were either when he was narrating or at least in the scene. I think my absolute favourite part was (view spoiler)[when Violet said she'd never been on a magic carpet. I felt for Ryn so much in that moment!(hide spoiler)]When I started reading The Faerie Guardian all that time ago, there's absolutely no way I could have predicted what happened throughout the series, and I think that's a real testament to Rachel Morgan's skills as a writer. She really kept things fresh and had me guessing right till the very end. The only part I wasn't totally enamoured by was (view spoiler)[how Violet and Ryn's found 'the star'. I know that the reason they were so close to Tilly was because of Vi's finding ability, but Tilly rescuing them from the bounty hunters felt a little too easy for me (hide spoiler)]. But that's a small gripe, really. Overall, the book was wonderful and the series was fantastic. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anybody who enjoys a good faerie tale. It's so nice to be able to recommend a series without having to say, 'But the ending is a let down.' Hooray for The Faerie War!! :-)

  • Kayleigh {K-Books}
    2019-03-10 07:46

    The Faerie War Review on K-BooksHoly Crap!!!! This book was absolutely blow your pants off fantastic! After the ending of The Faerie Prince I genuinelly could not wait to read this book and find out what was going to happen. The Faerie War did not disappoint and a part of me is devastated that Violet and Ryn's story is over. I'm going to miss them so much!The Faerie War was a little harder for me to get into than the previous two books in this series. A part of me was dying to find out what was going to happen but with Violet's memories of everything gone I found it harder to get into as I just wanted the old kick-ass Vi back. Saying that once I got used to this new memory-less Vi I still loved her. She was different but still the same Vi that I loved from the previous books. The more I read the more I loved and I couldn't believe what was happening with the new big bad villian.Nate... what the freaking hell Nate. I get that Vi hurt your feelings but seriously??? That is no excuse to do what you did. Considering I really liked Nate in the first book, I started to dislike him a lot in book 2 but after this one??? Yeah I hate him. I spent the majority of this book just wishing he would be killed already. I feel slightly bad for him but still hate him. Stupid Boy!!!!Ryn.... oh be still my heart! I adore Ryn. He is officially one of my all time favourite characters ever. He's amazing and he was so much more amazing in this book. Once he found out about Vi's lack of memories he was devastated but he seen became determined to make her fall back in love with him *swoon* He is totally the best.The Faerie War was an explosive and amazing finale to Vi and Ryn's story in the Creepy Hollow series. This is without a doubt now one of my all time favourite series and I am so excited to read Calla's story in the next 3 books and as much as I want to devour book 4 and 5 right this second (and they are waiting on my bookshelf ready) after the book 2 cliffhanger I am waiting for book 6 to be released so I can binge read Calla's story as I did Violet's.The Faerie War was phenomenal and I cannot recommend the Creepy Hollow series enough. It was utter perfection and one I know I will re-read again and again. Definitely one for the favourites shelf. I adored every moment of it."It was about growing up together. It was about knowing your fears and dreams. It was about forgiveness. It was about making you laugh and being there when you cried. It was about knowing that even if we lived for centuries, I'd never get tired of having you at my side."

  • The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club
    2019-03-01 03:56

    We are The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club, to know more about this book, go to the post in our website:The Faerie War (Creepy Hollow #3) by Rachel MorganIf you are interested, you can visit our website:The Unofficial Addiction Book Fan ClubThe Unofficial Addiction Book Fan Club's Review:Review:I have to confess that after finishing the second book in the Creepy Hollow series I was afraid. Well, to be more accurate, I had a hard time reading the last pages of the second book. I knew what was going to happen and was all too devastating.However, I also have to say, that I was beyond anxious to know what was going to happen, finally! And I am definitely team Ryn, so I wanted to know everything related to Violet and Ryn and Creepy Hollow.At the beginning of the story, Violet doesn't remember anything, and gets to see the devastation of what was before a forest, her home. It was really sad, both parts: for Violet not being able to remember a thing and for the forest. I pictured myself, thanks to the other two books, what Creepy Hollow was like and couldn't imagine that being burnt. "The forest is dead. Silence makes the air feel heavy. No movement stirs beneath the blackened leaves and twigs that litter the ground.. The trees left standing are naked. Even the sunlight filtering through the skeletal branches is dull and weak. I wish I could remember what it looked like before."Once again, Rachel Morgan did an excellent job. Reading her books is easy and you jump into the story, being one more character in Violet's life. Without knowing what's happening, you can easily finish the book in one day and want more! And the only thing that makes me truly sad is that this book was the final one in the Creepy Hollow series. I feel like it could go on forever and I couldn't complain! I am definitely on team (if exists) "I-want-more-Creepy-Hollow"."You will stop at nothing to rid the world of his evil because you have everything to make up for."As I said, The Faerie War is the last book in the series, so everything is more on edge. Violet needs to defeat Lord Draven, she has no memory and, most important (for me), she doesn't remember Ryn! Why? How could you, girl?! I loved their relationship and were heartbroken when Violet didn't remember a thing, including my her beloved Ryn. Despite this we get to forgive her because Ryn's on a mission to find the weapon that would save them all. And he hasn't lost his memory like Violet, but he doesn't know if she's alright or even alive. But I cannot tell you more, because I am afraid I'll do some massive spoiler."You're telling me I have to win your heart all over again?"I shrug. "I guess."Back to the story, The Faerie War is a mixture of good versus evil, having the final and brutal battle everyone's expecting since the second book to happen. In the middle of this chaos, Rachel Morgan creates a romantic relationship making it even better, if that was possible."The kiss only lasts a few seconds, but my brain has time to register several things:Once, his lips are softer that I expected. Two, the eerie, hypnotic melody clears from my mind, and the sounds around me seem to dim for a moment. And three, the adrenaline spike I wish was running through him right now, jolting him awake from his enchanted lethargy, seems to be shooting through my own body."I am definitely re-reding this book until I know every word! And I highly recommend it to you. Because it's an epic fantasy story worth reading it, we are giving to The Faerie War five gorjuss dolls and telling you, Book Addicts, that this is a must read book. And that if you haven't read the other two books, this is the perfect chance now that you have the whole series available. You are gonna love it!

  • Crystal Collier
    2019-03-26 01:42

    This was a great story with wonderful tension and a great cast of characters--especially the new ones. As the conclusion of the trilogy, I loved how the story took us to new grounds, new environments, and greater conflicts. My only issue is that the reader is more in the know at the beginning of the book than the characters, and we just have to wait for them to catch up. That doesn't last for too long, but if you go in expecting that, you'll be prepared to enjoy a wonderful book.I found the conclusion satisfying. It was a great series and I very much enjoyed reading it.Content warning: Cussing, significant violence, some steam.

  • Devann
    2019-03-26 01:56

    This was pretty good but I'm not a huge fan of the amnesia trope and while I do like Violet and Ryn's relationship I just spent the LAST book watching them fall in love so I really don't also need to spend this one watching them do the exact same thing only Violet has amnesia. Also I figured out who the spy was like right away so that wasn't terribly riveting. Still it was a good story and I do like this world.

  • Megan
    2019-02-26 08:04

    A few spoilers will exist in this review, so read at your own discretion. I will start by saying I loved this series. While I immediately loved book 1 &2, book 3 was a more of a challenge to love. We were left with a big time cliff hanger at the end of 2 that I was curious on where it was going to go. With that being said, I was frustrated for a few reasons. I felt like the memory loss part just dragged on a bit, and I really didn't like the scenes with the Reptiscilla. I thought her connection to Jamon, which didn't seem to go anywhere was odd, and was extremely worried about where that was going. Additionally, I felt like her losing her memory was fine and all, but let's just say if it was not a huge part of the story and had been shortened it wouldn't have changed the outcome. I get why she prolonged it, and showing that Ryn would fight for her regardless, but it seemed like it was kind of pointless all together in some ways. Even when Violet regained her memories, her strong character voice was lost, at least to me, in a lot of ways. Again, I understand that Vi's character went through some loss with friends in the story which can change a person in real life, but something was just a little off with her character. Ryn liked a girl that challenged him in a lot of ways, and Vi began to not seemingly be challenging (minus the memory loss), but again, something was just missing and I can't quite pinpoint. Regardless, I loved the series and what it had to offer. I would have enjoyed getting more of Nate's scenes becoming Draven, as we touched on why he became who he became. Some of the story was just a little jagged and not as fine toothed as the 1&2. I am looking forward to the 4th, but great reads regardless. I flew through the first two, but had a harder time with this one. Probably because I was apprehensive to read it anyway, but I was thoroughly pleased overall. Great series!!!

  • ɑƨħŵɑɡ ♥Team Magnus Damora FOREVER♥
    2019-03-14 08:03

    Vi thinks someone made her forget LOL! there's someone, Violet, meet Violet xDI was really confused by how the faerie prince ended. I didn't know what to think of Vi's decision. I know she was hurting but it kind of prolong the story more than it should. However, getting into the story of the third book, there are new characters who were easily likable as this is the case with this series. But Violet meets these people and they form an alliance to take down Draven who is on a destructive path in the fae world. He's destroying their homes and killing people and the guardians need to find the weapon to kill Draven but as the story progressed it's not an easy thing as it seems.There are many parts I liked especially the Ryn and Violet reunion .. or semi-reunion. It really broke my heart but (view spoiler)[I'm so happy they found each other by the end (hide spoiler)]. Violet has to face the truth she's the one who took the "forget" potion. And she has to deal with her grief as she should have from the beginning. And this is why I think now the forgetting might not be a bad thing but it made Violet's character grow.The meeting with Nate/Draven and Violet was very anticlimactic. I expected it to be more intense but it fell short of my expectations.Overall, this is definitely one of my favorite series this year and I'm glad I picked the books up and went for them. I can't wait to read the next!

  • Curly Carla Celebrity Readers
    2019-03-04 06:40 felt this was a great ending to a wonderful series. Even though it shows it is a seven books series, this is the last story with our MC's in them. The others go on and focus on other players in the same world. I will probably read them in the future but not right now. For those of you that pay attention, this is one of my all time favorite series, I have read it about three times so far and I'm sure I will read it again in the future. Violet is just my kind of gal! She is smart, stubborn and shows real growth throughout really making me love her all the more. There is nothing more crappy than a stagnant MC. It kills my enjoyment of a series. And Ryn is my kind of love interest. He is patient, supportive and passionate about Violet without being domineering and possessive. He also exhibits a life outside of their relationship which is sooooo refreshing. In fact, they aren't really with each other for most of this book. The ending was wholly unpredictable for me (the first time I read it) and I really enjoyed the twists throughout the story. Highly recommend this series for those who love YA Paranormal.

  • Melissa Delport
    2019-02-24 09:01

    Bloody marvelous! My nerves are shot, my nails are non-existent, but what a ride the fabulous Ms Morgan took me on!

  • Ellen Vergauwen
    2019-03-18 07:37

    I am totally in LOVE with this series. This book is the one where the real action kicked in. This whole book is just packed with action, drama, love, forgotten love and love that returns. Sneaky people are a big part too and nobody seems to be who they pretend to be. Some turn out positive, some turn out to be assholes.I'll have a really hard time to say goodbye too Ryn and Violet. It'll be hard to accept Calla taking over in book 4, but I'm happy Ryn and Violet will be living happily ever after in the end.I'll be re-reading this series once I get my physical copies and I'll love this series forever. AND I'll force everyone in my literature course this school year to read this book too and they'll be forced to love it as much as I do!So far I've experienced all possible emotions with this series. Rachel Morgan makes me feel everything the characters feel like Ryn is able to do.Pure awesomeness!

  • Szinna
    2019-03-27 01:38

    Imádtam a sorozatot. Tulajdonképpen nem is gondolkodtam azon, hogy szeretem-e, csak azt vettem észre, hogy bekuporodtam a fotelba, és elfelejtettem mindent körülöttem. Szinte egyhuzamban olvastam végig. Az akciójelenetek, a karakterek jók. Nekem egy picit hiányzott az a „pillangók a gyomromban” (ahogy az angol mondja) érzés, de ez az egész sorozatra érvényes. Tudom, hogy abszolút ifjúsági, de olvastam olyat, ahol nem történt egyetlen csóknál több az egész történetben, mégis szinte izzottak az érzések a sorok között. Ennek a sorozatnak viszont az akciók voltak a hihetetlen erősségei.

  • Cocktails and Books
    2019-03-22 10:04

    I enjoyed the ending to Violet and Ryn's story. A lot happens to these two, but they grow and come to understand their circumstances, themselves and each other so much more as this portion of the Creepy Hallow series closes out.I wasn't sure from book 1 where this series was going to end up, but I'm glad I read through these 3 books this weekend. The characters grew and became characters I wanted to get behind while the storyline moved quickly through the trails and tribulations these two would need to endure.If you get a chance to pick up this series, it's worth the read.

  • K.K. Summer
    2019-03-07 02:53

    3,25*well I Really liked the romance in this one but other than that I must say it was a bit of a throwback in the action and character development department. and the ending was a bit too rushed and easy for my liking but I think this trilogy was really cool and I will definitely read the second trilogy as well!

  • EmmiK
    2019-03-01 04:03

    The closest series to Chanda Hahn's Unfortunate Fairy tales series. This is where I ended with the series. I felt like I was fine with the ending of this one and wasn't interested in continuing/spending more money on the series. These things can go on forever.

  • Lindy
    2019-03-17 02:38

    My Thoughts:The Faerie War, by Rachel Morgan, is the third and final book in the Creepy Hollow Series. I have been a huge fan of these books since I began the first book in the series, The Faerie Guardian. I think all of the book covers in this series are absolutely beautiful, magical looking, and reflect the "feel" of the series itself. Whenever, I read a book from the Creepy Hollow Series, I am transported to another realm. Creepy Hollow might have come from Ms. Morgan's outstanding and creative imagination, but it has taken root in my heart, and I can see it clearly in my head. Imagine a beautiful place, lush with green plants, and majestic trees, colorful flowers, waterfalls, bugs that glow, various magical creatures. There is a variety of fae, from faeries, pixies, elves, Reptiscilla's (Reptile looking fae) etc. There are other creatures that live in the distance such as mermaids, "shrinking dragons," shapeshifting pets, creatures; half man, half Lion, etc. This is the beautiful place Ms. Morgan has created, and it's a place that I've loved since I first discovered its existence.The Faerie War continued where The Faerie Prince left off. Vi has completely lost her memory of everything that she has ever loved, and doesn't realize that she is responsible for her current state of being. She had been captured by Reptiscilla's, an enemy of the faerie guardians, but has found a temporary home in the underground with a sweet, older, and wise Reptiscilla, Farrah. She is the grandmother of "Jamon," who will be the leader one day. At first, Jamon and most of the other Reptiscilla's didn't trust Vi, until the day she saves Jamon's life from one of Draven's (the enemy's) brainwashed followers. Then, she becomes a part of the community, grows closer to Jamon, and establishes a friendship with Natesa, a sweet and friendly Reptiscilla female that is around Vi's age.A month has passed since, "The Destruction," which is where Draven came into unbelievable power, and destroyed Creepy Hollow along with most of the Fae Realm. Many of the Fae died, or were captured and brainwashed with a powerful spell, which made them do Draven's bidding. His goal is to take over the Fae realm, and eventually the human world as well. So, Vi and Jamon go off to get other Fae and magical creatures to ally themselves with, in the hope of eventually overthrowing Draven. In the meantime, Ryn was sent on a special mission and wasn't around when "The Destruction" took place. When he achieves his mission, he learns about what happened, and visits Creepy Hollow in the hopes of finding his family and Vi. He is astonished to see the state of his home, and is determined to locate his loved ones. In the meantime, Ryn joins forces with the faerie guardians that survived, and are in hiding, going on search and rescue missions. While on one of his missions, he locates Vi, but he is devastated when he realizes that she doesn't remember him. Vi is part of an ancient prophecy, that states that she, along with another person, referred to as "The Star," are the only ones that will be able to bring down Draven. So, Vi and Ryn embark on a dangerous and adventurous journey to find "The Star."The Faerie War was quite an adventure. This story had an amazing setting, was full of crazy and imaginative plot twists, with never-ending action and suspense! Whew! This story was a thrill ride a minute. I loved the element of romance in this story too. I've been a huge fan of Ryn, since the first book in the series. I haven't been able to stop swooning over this kick-Butt, Snarky, Flirty, loyal and romantic character. However, in The Faerie War, my love for Ryn grew ten-fold. It was so hard seeing him sad and in pain after he realized Vi didn't remember him. However, I respected how he went out of his way to make her feel comfortable, and cared about. He didn't want to rush her or put pressure on her, but just by being himself, he made her fall in love with him all over again. Vi made a huge amount of character growth in this story. She grew wiser, more mature, learned patience, and a bit more about sacrifice. I've always loved how Vi is a strong, female lead, who can kick butt. Yet, the changes she made in this book made me love her even more. Whereas before "The Destruction," she was always obsessed with competition and being "The Best," at everything; in this book she finally grew up, and turned into one amazing faerie guardian. My Rating:I give The Faerie War, by Rachel Morgan, 4 Fantastic, Romantic, Suspense-filled, Action-Packed Stars! The Creepy Hollow Series is phenomenal! It is a great young adult, fantasy series that has kept me quickly turning pages, and this adventure has kept me completely hooked. It is creative, imaginative, fun, romantic, and takes me to another place. A place where magic is prevalent, beauty is everywhere, love and friendship blossom, and danger lurks around every corner, ready to destroy it all. If you love YA Fantasy, the Creepy Hollow Series is one of my absolute favorites!My Favorite Quotes:"I smile, but I feel hollowness forming inside me. Is that all I had with this guy?Arguing and kissing, I say slowly. Was our relationship about anything more than that? Of course, he says with a laugh. Way more. I watch his face grow series. Maybe he can tell I don't really believe him. He comes closer and gently takes my face in both his hands. His eyes won't let me look away. It was about growing up together. It was about knowing your fears and dreams. It was about forgiveness. It was about making you laugh and being there when you cried. It was about knowing that even if we lived for centuries, I'd never get tired of having you by my side." (eARC, Loc. 2055)~Vi & Ryn"Are you telling me I have to win your heart all over again? I'm pretty sure that's not what I'm telling him, but when he smiles at me like that I think it might not be such a bad idea. So I shrug and say, I guess. The smile curls higher, making his eyes sparkle. Challenge accepted." (eARC, Loc. 2062)~Ryn & Vi*To Read More Book Reviews, Visit A Bookish Escape at

  • Amy
    2019-03-19 04:50

    THIS BOOK!! I mean, my oh-my-flipping-god face when The faerie prince ended?? It did not disappoint! It did not disappoint all!! Ugh! I loved everything about it! Loved Ryn and Violet, their love, the war, the thrill, the climax, the epic last chapters and oh! the emotional ups and downs? Goodness! My heart broke when Ryn and vi met and all the rest of time until there was hope but then there wasn’t oh but then there was and then it was gone again! I love how Rachel Morgan wrote everything. I loved all the characters, loved the plot and its end. I binge read all the three books these past days and I could not put them down. This book wrapped the story well. I am sad vi’s story ended but I’m excited to get to know calla’s next. I’m definitely going to read the series again, definitely in that list. I absolutely recommend it.

  • Kayla M
    2019-03-23 08:35

    Wow!The third and final book in the guardian series just might be the best one yet. I was very excited when I heard this was coming out. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC in exchange for a review, which I was very happy to do since I loved the first 2 books. I had been waiting for this one to come out for what seems like years (it was months!), so I started reading it the day it was sent to me and finished it the same day. I was pleasantly surprised. The story starts off with Violet and what she's been doing after she lost her memories. A surprising group of Fae took her in and has been talking care of/ watching her since the destruction of Creepy Hollow. She doesn't remember anything of importance in her life before nor how she ended up losing her memories. Then she earns the respect of her captors and learns a little more about herself.Then we get to hear from Ryn and why he left Violet right before the destruction. While on his mission he finds what he's looking for and upon his return he learns that someone is taking over the Fae world and destroying anything and anyone who gets in his way. He has know idea where his family or Violet are. Both Violet and Ryn are living separate lives, but are working towards the same goal...beating Draven. Once Ryn and Violet run into each other again, it's heartbreaking to see poor Ryn when he realizes Violet doesn't remember him. She knows that she knew him and might have had feelings for him, but that's the extent of her knowledge and memories. Of course Ryn takes this as a challenge to win Violet's heart again. I enjoyed seeing them interact with each other again.I liked the addition of Tilly and Jamon. Jamon wasn't very trusting of the faeries, while Tilly was the opposite. She was full of life and trusted everyone. She saw the positive in the situation even if it meant death. For such a young girl she was an inspiration because she didn't let her problems bother her, she just took them on one by one. Jamon was one of those characters that had to grow on me, but in the end when you understand his situation you know why he is the way he is.I really enjoyed this final book and I'm going to miss Ryn and Violet. I would love for Rachel to continue with this series, hint hint! P.S. Rachel if you're reading this, a good idea for a prequel (in my opinion) would start right before Reed dies. I would love to see how all 3 of them were when they were young and how it really affected them after his death. 

  • Kristen Burns
    2019-02-27 05:02

    4 StarsFull Review:As much of a bookworm as I am, it's still not often that I read two whole books in one day. But once I finished the second book in this series, I just had to keep going. And once I started this one, I just had to know how it would end! So my nocturnal, binge-reading mode activated, and there was no turning back. But anyway, as for why I liked the book so much that I had to activate my binge-read mode...For one thing, even though a war was going on in this book, I loved that the story stayed tightly focused on Violet and Ryn rather than sacrificing character depth for the large scope.I also really liked getting to see through Ryn's perspective this time. Not only is he a favorite character of mine, I had never read about *SPOILER ALERT* (view spoiler)[an empath (hide spoiler)] *END SPOILER ALERT* before, so that completely fascinated me, especially since I got to experience what it would feel like to have that ability through him. Then there was the added emotional turmoil that the situation with Violet and the potion she took created. I have to admit I did miss Ryn's snarky side, but he made up for it by being brave and mature, taking a position of leadership and risking his life for others.Something else I noticed was that this book had a lot of interesting concepts to think about. Maybe it was just me because I just think too much, but, between Ryn's ability, Violet's memory loss, the difference between Violet's relationship with Nate and her relationship with Ryn, and everything else going on, I was loving the extra chances to be all introspective and philosophical."And I think the reason you've forgotten so much is because nothing in life is isolated. Everything is interlinked somehow. The things we care about are always mixed up with things we don't care about."Overall, this book was action-packed, thought-provoking, and filled with lovable characters, magic, and, of course, faeries. It wasn't the end of the full series, but it was a great ending to Violet's story!Recommended For:Fans of Books 1 and 2 in Rachel Morgan's Creepy Hollow series. Anyone who likes action-packed YA urban fantasy with faeries, lovable, kickass characters, and just enough emotion to make you feel invested!Original Review @ Metaphors and Moonlight

  • Fay Roberts
    2019-03-11 07:55

    Well thought out, well paced and well written.As Rachel Morgan draws Violet's story arc to a close, she proves herself to be a writer completely in control of her plotting as she pulls together all the threads left dangling throughout the three books. (Careful readers will have noticed a few unanswered questions but as they seem to all be along the same lines I'm pretty sure they are a set up for book four.)After the shock ending of book two we have had a bit of a character reset so amongst the backdrop of action and war the book examines themes of identity, relationships and forgiveness in a non-obvious way ideal for YA readers. Simple character behaviors and internal monologues subtlety steer readers into the mind-set that you don't just throw away everything for a guy you've just met, it takes time to really love somebody, you aren't responsible for someone's actions and friendship is the best basis for a romantic liaison. This moral code means that despite some of the hot and heavy kissing scenes (they are 18 though) I will definitely be adding Violet to the list of role-models to force onto my daughter alongside Katniss and Triss. I think I will be steering her away from Clary and Bella :-)I'm eager to see what Morgan can do with a new character in book four.

  • Ashley
    2019-02-27 09:00

    I bought this book from the Amazon Kindle store. I am a part of the Review Team @ The Paranormal Bookshelf. Category: young adult, paranormal, faeSpoilers: NONEBook #3 of the Creepy Hollows series This book is the conclusion of this series. There will be no spoilers. I do not think this book is a stand alone and the series should be read in order. With that being said, this final book in the series was pretty good. Almost all of my questions were answered by the end and there are even several twists and turns that add to the plot which I found to be great. A few parts of the story were very slow thus why I couldn't give it a full 5 stars. I do however think it's a good way to end the series and the author did a very good job writing all around. There are very few typos (hardly noticeable) and the characters were of course were full of action and emotion. The one question I still had by the end was about Nate but I guess it will never be answered now that the series is over. All and all a good young adult read. 4 out of 5 stars

  • Simmaron
    2019-03-04 08:57

    Firstly I'd like to apologise the author for taking so long to post the review. This was a long awaited finale book for me. Just like the first two books this one was also written splendidly. A perfect tale of love, betrayal, magic, adventure. And there were many things that were cleared. I was really satisfied with how the series ends. All the questions were answered and no confusion was created. This is an ideal book for a final book of a series. It really couldn't have been written more beautifully. New phases of Violet's life was seen and the dilemma with which she suffers was beautifully written. In short I'd recommend this series to all those readers who wants to read about every emotion in one book. This book contains all with tons of adventure. I thank Rachel Morgan to provide me with an ARC. It was really a wonderful journey to travel. And it's a bittersweet emotion to end the series today.

  • Joe
    2019-03-15 08:50

    The Final countdown has come, Vi and Ryn need to save Fay the world and get creepy hollow back to what it once was!This is the last book in Violet's story, Faerie War. This takes up after the of the second book. Why can't Vi remember anything?I loved this book so much, the magic and action the uniting together to end all evil. I was gripped in for the word go and one of my favourite series this year. I love Vi and Ryn, this couple actually work together they're a just bad ass!If I have any bad things about this story is that we don't get enough of the newer characters that were introduced in this book. However, the action within it is amazing. I'm kind of sad to know that this book is the last of Vi's story but I know there are a couple of other books out too. As they say when one door closes and another one opens.Well worth the read and well worth it's 5 stars :)

  • Christine
    2019-03-19 06:36

    Book 1 in this series was good and book 2 was even better. While this book started off very strong, the plot was unable to hold my interest. Violet is a strong, kick ass heroine in the first installments and this time around-she has no memories for the majority of the book. She bonds with new characters who I frankly didn't care much about. And Draven...while it was explained how he became so powerful, I had a hard time believing it. I wish there had been some chapters from his point of view. Once again, I did enjoy the ending with a scene from Ryn's point of view. Overall-my least favorite of the series, but I overall enjoyed this world. I will definitely read more from Rachel Morgan. Grade: 2/5

  • Wanderlust
    2019-03-10 09:51

    I really enjoyed this series. The romance element is lovely, I enjoy the development of the relationship throughout the series was really believable & it was easy to fall inlove along with the main characters. It was a great YA paranormal read which I found fantastic to read, couldn't put down and read one after the one within a day!

  • Kolie Heyer
    2019-03-03 09:42

    I loved this series! There's nothing I didn't love. It was a fast and fun read and I was happy with how it ended, although I was sad to see Violets story come to an end. I will for sure be reading anything Rachel Morgan writes.

  • 미나
    2019-03-15 07:01

    4.5/5 I can't believe Violet story is over. Oh. My. God.I'm speechless.The ending.....