Book Review: Fae Song – Deonne Williams

Reviewed: July 24th, 2020

Fae SongHer music is magic, but power comes with a price. Can she defeat deadly monsters, inner demons, and a demi-goddess’s dark forces?

What a beautifully written book. From the very beginning Deonne introduces wonderful characters, who you invest in straight away and you get drawn into their world.

The story begins with Shae being attacked and mortally wounded, by his good fortune his horse finds a young bard master who also happens to have some healing powers.

Having been healed, Shae feels indebted, and Gwynn being the scatterbrain that she is, is comforted by some company.

Deonne creates a gentle world full of music and magic. Though all is not as peaceful as seems. And as we learn more about Shae and Gwynn, we discover there is more than one world, and not all goddesses are friendly.

If you are looking for blood and guts sword and sorcery, then this is not the book for you. This book creates a gentle world of music and magic that is lovely to read and finishes much to soon.

Great read. Add it to your list. Sincerely hope there is a book two coming.

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