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Fellwater: Book 1 of the Fellwater Tales

Fellwater Book of the Fellwater Tales As Katie and Eric have problems in their relationship they accidentally become involved in a conflict between two factions of an ancient secret society On the night Katie tried to tell Eric her true

  • Title: Fellwater: Book 1 of the Fellwater Tales
  • Author: Brendan Myers
  • ISBN: 9781894981347
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Katie and Eric have problems in their relationship, they accidentally become involved in a conflict between two factions of an ancient secret society On the night Katie tried to tell Eric her true feelings, all they did was argue, and she left with a broken heart But then she met Carlo, a charming, cosmopolitan, and mysterious man from an Italian noble house In his pAs Katie and Eric have problems in their relationship, they accidentally become involved in a conflict between two factions of an ancient secret society On the night Katie tried to tell Eric her true feelings, all they did was argue, and she left with a broken heart But then she met Carlo, a charming, cosmopolitan, and mysterious man from an Italian noble house In his presence a mystical vision overtook her, and she remembered meeting him before, thousands of years ago, in the ancient Celtic iron age But she awoke the following morning in a hospital, without knowing how she got there, and she learned that Eric spent the night in jail after being chased by gunmen All was not as it seemed, and they were both in terrible danger.

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    1. SPOILER FREEI really, REALLY tried to like this book. It has all of my favourite things infantasy, Gods, a bitter battle between rivals. But the story was badly written, the character development was non-existent, and Myers tried to jam too much into a shorter than expected novel.What I found most infuriating was the repetitive way in which the characters made seriously horrible and unrealistic decisions.The premise of this book was hopeful, the execution was not good.

    2. Masterfully weaving together a rich world of mythos, Myers follows in the footsteps of the great fantasy storytellers of our time—Martin and Tolkien—but he does it on his own terms, bringing new twists and turns. Humanity lives on stories. Buy the whole series. It will nourish your imagination and soul for years to come.

    3. I loved the originality of the plot and appreciate all of the research into different myths and the history that went into this series.

    4. Katie Corrigan and Eric LaFlamme are at a crucial point in their relationship. A make or brake point in time when Katie is questioning their relationship. When asked about the nature of their love Eric of course being the typical guy answers it the wrong way. This send Katie to a couple of clubs and a bar where in she meets a dark and handsome stranger. Carlo Di Angelo is his name. He is the leader of a hidden house that dates back from Roman times. He wants Katie to be part of his house as Kati [...]

    5. Brendan Myers first book in The Hidden Houses series had me hooked from chapter 1. Suspense, mystery, Celtic lore and fantasy -- Fellwater has everything I love in a novel. Katie and Eric, the main characters, are well developed and believable, finding myself empathising with both, though as a Stoic (learned I am such from Mr. Myers himself :) ) I connected more with Eric for his logic and reasoning. Katie and Eric find themselves inexplicably entwined in an ages old feud between two clans, one [...]

    6. A very interesting, and quite fun read. Essentially an introduction to the world of the Hidden Houses. The story line is most definitely a fun, Fantasy read. The plot moves quickly in many places, and moves a little slower in others, where Brendan really wants to showcase dialogue or a particular point. The book could have had some better editing, as there are some tense and grammar errors throughout. However, if you let that step pastyou wind up with a storyline that rivals even the best of Mer [...]

    7. This book was incredibly good! It's a gripping page turner combining history, mythology. adventure, romance and mystery. all rolled into one novel. What more could a reader ask for? I had to cover my mouth at work to keep from waking my patient after on page 229 when oh go read it yourself! Myers has outdone himself. My only complaint is that I must wait two more weeks for the sequel, Hallowstone, to come on the mail.

    8. The premise of this story had so much promise, but it was not fulfilled. Mostly because the heroine off the piece was self-centered, cowardly and TOO STUPID TO LIVE. I almost DNF at 30% and again around 75% but still managed to slog through to the end and then was promptly sorry that I wasted my time. Time that I will never get back and that I could have used to read a book about characters I cared about.

    9. Masterfully weaving together a rich world of mythos, Myers follows in the footsteps of the great fantasy storytellers of our time—Martin and Tolkien—but he does it on his own terms, bringing new twists and turns. Humanity lives on stories. Buy the whole series. It will nourish your imagination and soul for years to come.

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