Fairy Lies

Fairy Lies In this delightful sequel to Fairy Wings originally titled Wings the fairy princess Tamisin has been kidnapped from her home in the human world by Oberon king of the fairies who thinks he s her fath

  • Title: Fairy Lies
  • Author: E.D. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781408831922
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this delightful sequel to Fairy Wings originally titled Wings the fairy princess Tamisin has been kidnapped from her home in the human world by Oberon, king of the fairies, who thinks he s her father When Tamisin s boyfriend Jak finds out, he sets off to rescue her In this funny and heartwarming romp through a land of fairies, goblins, sphinxes, unicorns, and many mIn this delightful sequel to Fairy Wings originally titled Wings the fairy princess Tamisin has been kidnapped from her home in the human world by Oberon, king of the fairies, who thinks he s her father When Tamisin s boyfriend Jak finds out, he sets off to rescue her In this funny and heartwarming romp through a land of fairies, goblins, sphinxes, unicorns, and many , Tamisin and Jak try to regain their romance even as they find their way back to the human world.

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    About “E.D. Baker

    • E.D. Baker

      E.D Baker Elizabeth Dawson Baker made her international debut in 2002 with The Frog Princess, which was a Texas Lone Star Reading List Book, A Book Sense Children s Pick, a Florida s Sunshine State Readers List pick a 2006 Sasquatch Book Award nominee The Princess and the Frog, is loosely based on this novel Elizabeth was born in Buffalo, New York and spent most of the next eighteen years in the Town of Tonawanda with her older brother and her parents She married her husband while in college, and had two children a few years after graduating from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania with a bachelor s degree in psychology When her son was four, the family moved to the state of Maryland With two young children at home, Elizabeth worked part time in her husband s business and took writing classes at the local community college She continued taking writing classes after the birth of her second daughter.After divorcing she went back to school and entered the SIMAT School Immersion Masters in the Art of Teaching program at Johns Hopkins University After graduating, she taught fifth grade until her parents health began to fail Her son had already graduated from college when Elizabeth and her daughters moved north to be closer to her parents Having gained a new perspective on what is important in life, Elizabeth decided that it was time to believe in herself and devoted her time to writing Her first book, The Frog Princess, was published in 2002 Elizabeth currently lives on a small farm in Maryland where she and her family breed horses They also have dogs, cats, goats and two ducks named Quackers and Fromage.

    572 thoughts on “Fairy Lies

    • I don't think this book is for me.Three years between a book and its sequel is a long time, so I don't remember much about Wings than there was a girl who finds out she was adopted and really the daughter of fairy royalty - oh yeah, and the story had animal-goblins thrown in there too.So I start reading the sequel and find out the main character is really starting to get on my nerves, and I can't understand why she is trying so hard to pick a fight with her boyfriend Jak. And then enters Dasras [...]

    • A magical, exciting sequel that ventures back to the fey world. Princess Tamisin finds herself a victim of a kidnapping, meets the father she didn't realize existed, and quickly learns that not everything is as it seems in the fey world. Now I know why so many middle graders rave about E.D.'s books. She's a fabulous story teller and though I didn't read the first book in this series, I loved this story. It wasn't hard at all for me to follow along with what's going on. I'm a huge fan of fey lore [...]

    • A while ago, I read book one in this series and I liked it quite a bit, but now, I have a more developed reading style and I just found this bookuninteresting and a bit childish. Don't get me wrong, for a slightly younger age group, this book would be very enjoyable, but it was just not appealing for me.

    • Tamisin was shrunken ,kidnapped, and had the worst week of her life. Well second worst. Titiana's army was going after her, her boyfriend, Jak the cat goblin, was traveling across the Land of Fey to find her, and her father was apparently alive. Was her father dead of was she a full-blooded fairy? What were the strange feelings towards the blue boy? Why was everybody trying to kill her? Read to find out. Fairy Lies is like Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. He wrote the story of Titiana and [...]

    • After the spectacular book that was Wings, is it any wonder that I fell just as hard for Fairy Lies? With a new cast of hilarious characters combining with old friends, Fairy Lies had me laughing and rolling on the floor. Tamisin’s continued adventures in the land of the fairies were entertaining and had me rapidly flipping pages. Tamisin is kind and clever, and she was the perfect heroine for this story. I loved how despite the harsh court structure of the fairy court, Tamisin was still gener [...]

    • This Books was a romance,adventure, and, fanstasy in one book! i reallly loved this book! This is the first book i gave 5 stars. It gave a who new view on the supernatural world. The chacracters personalities were easy to determine so to me i could predict the choices they made even before readin it. But other than that i reccomend this book. Its only 23 chapters, and the chapters are about 5-7 pages long. It took me only 2 days to read it! i could of finish reading it in one day but i had other [...]

    • If you really enjoyed the first wings book (like myself) then I think you will be disappointed by this book. Maybe it's just that wings was my childhood favorite and my ideas of what I like in books has matured (then again, the salamander spell is still my favorite book) but this just did not have the same appeal to me as the other ED Baker books have.

    • Spoilers Ahead!!!Fairy Lies ReviewBy:Shayla Hardee images-nal-images-amazon.c Fairy Lies is a fantasy by E.D. Baker that talks about a fairy girl and her half goblin boyfriend that have lived in the human world since before they could remember. But soon find themselves back in the land of fey where they were both born to stop a war from happening between the fairy queen and the fairy king's armies but need to get back home before their human families start to wonder.2.bp/-aYui8DtzmJk Tamisin is [...]

    • Even though I didn't read book #1, I was not surprised to find that I enjoyed Fairy Lies. I've read E. D. Baker before and like her work. I was kind of expecting something more similar to the Frog Princess books, but this one had a more serious tone. Readers who are familiar with Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream will notice the close ties and nods back to that classic work. I think that's what really made the book for me.Tamisin is a half-blood fairy whose mother is Titania and her father w [...]

    • Have you ever felt like you didn't belong somewhere you loved? This is the problem Tamisin Warner faces thought her teen life. When Tamisin finds out she is half fairy she ends up going to the land of fey. In this book she ends up getting kidnapped by her "dad" Oberon. I have seen movies where people meet there long lost family members but wants to stay with there current adopted parents. My question that I had while reading this book is why were the gates to the land of fey closed while Tamisin [...]

    • Tamisin loves and cares for all of the creatures and fairies and is referred to as a "different" fairy for not having a selfish attitude. But when she is kidnapped to go back to Oberon's court in the land of Fey, she doesn’t believe that her dad is really the king of the fairy court. But after getting mad at her boyfriend Jak, a cat goblin, she feels happy to be back at the fairy land but is convinced that she should go back to her human home. Oberon puts nectar on Tamisin to make her think th [...]

    • Tamisin is a half fairy half human, dating Jak, a cat goblin. They are both living in the human world but are from a magical place called Fey. Tamisin just recently learned that her mother, Titania is the fairy queen, but Tamisin left her to live in the human world with her human parents. Recently though Tamisin has been missing her mother and wanting to go back to the land of Fey. There are secret gates that open to the land, but the one that opens to her mother’s forest has been closed. Ever [...]

    • It was alright. Maybe 2.5 stars. I don't know. There were some cute parts, but mostly I was disapointed. The writing seemed a little juvenile, but more than that, it just wasn't that great. Tamisin no characters developed more, and there weren't any twists. Everything just seemed to easy. And the pace was always either to fast, or not fast enough. Plus, Dasras was pathetic and annoying. It was cute when Jack got jelous, but Jack and Tamisin were separate for most of the book, which was annoying. [...]

    • Fantastic! A really good read. There was emotion, confusion, aggravation, suspense, some action, great imagination and creativity, and a good and sweet HEA. This is something I wouldn't mind reading again. I loved the characters, even though a lot of them in this one I wanted to line 'em all up and knock all their heads together. As for the others, they were terrific and great friends. This had me turning pages and reading into the night to finish. I'm glad there were some good characters to hel [...]

    • 2.5 starsIt was fine, but not one that I enjoyed, per se, unlike most of her other books. It was fine, it was good. Just not great. Oberon steals Tamisin and brings her to his court because he believes she is his daughter. Only she isn't. The other fairies there hate her and Dasmas wants to make her fall in love with him to curry favor with Oberon. But then Oberon and Titania are going to go to war, so with the help of other fey creatures like ogresses and brownies and nymphs, Tamisin is able to [...]

    • This book can open you up into a new world of magic. Anything can happen in this book and when you think this book isn't going to get anywhere, you're wrong. Tamisin is an ordinary girl that is changed for her entire life on one Halloween night. She sees something that can make her want to believe that the whole night was a dream. Some time later she discovers something coming out from her back. She starts dancing every single night and fireflies come to watch her. Her life just keeps getting we [...]

    • This is like 2 1/2 stars. It was ok but not nearly as good as the first book. I feel like Baker is getting lazy with her writing. Her stories are good, but her last couple of books have seemeddumbed downor just summaries of the story. Wings (as it was originally called) seemed like a YA novel, this one a children's story. It was a little too long between books, I had forgotten so much about the original.

    • I love myths and fairytales. While now there are an abundance of those kind of books coming out I find that few authors that are actually writing original and well written stories. I think E.D. Baker is one of them. The book was a fun, quirky, interesting story with enough there to make me want to read more of her books. I really enjoyed this one.

    • Cute. Defiantly a book for a younger audience. Lacked some of the depth of emotion in novels for older readers. I got very annoyed at points with Tamisin's lack of knowledge of the story of A Midsummer Night's Dream. By her age I would have read it in school and the book seems to be a classic. I got a wee bit ticked at points when references were made and not understood.

    • the story seemed good but the drama and conflicts seem too easy. Like there was no real sense that the heroes might fail in their quest, too much help from allies? I don't know I liked the story.

    • Girls who like E.D. Baker's other works will definitely also like this one. It's the sequel to "Wings", Baker's updated take on the story of Titania, Bottom, & Oberon. Baker does an excellent job with taking the traditional fairy tale & making it a bit more modern.

    • My daughter loves books about fairies, so I think that this book will be one she will like in a few years. The plot is interesting but not complicated, and Tamisin becomes a good role model. I think I would have liked to read the prequel Wings first, but oh well!

    • wow I mean WOW!! what an amazing book! It was amazing, funny, there was suspense, and romance! I've read both and after the first I didn't think it could get better! I really hope there will be a third <3

    • This was a good sequel to, "Wings". It is the continuing story of Tamisin and Jak and some of the other characters in the first book. There are some new characters in the book also. I liked this story, and I hope that there will be another sequel.

    • It was cute. Thats about all I have to say. It was like a really long. summary. I didn't go into detail, it was like she went her and then her and then this happened and grrr Any way easy read

    • 2.5 stars. It was all right. The atmosphere reminded me of the "Tinkerbell" movies. If only slightly more mature and a little bit darker.

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