Wayfarer

Wayfarer

Book - 2010
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Fourteen-year-old Linden, the youngest faery of the Oak, teams with a human named Timothy, a cousin of Paul and Peri, to search other places for faeries who might be persuaded to save the Oakenfolk from dying out.
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061554773
0061554774
Characteristics: 296 p. ; 22 cm

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balicdr
Mar 24, 2014

i had no idea that there was a secound book to spell hunter!!!

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tink05
Jan 12, 2014

This book was so good! I didn't even know this was a sequel just happened to come across it. So glad I did! R.J. Anderson is amazing. Looking for the next book now.

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SerenityRose
Aug 13, 2012

I liked this book better then a lot of fairy books because Linden doesn't fall in love with the human boy (but still kind of like the fairy boy.) In fact, the book has almost no romance, which is a refreshing change.
She also doesn't have any of the stereotypical fairy traits (like when authors put in odd things, and it seems like they only do it to make they''re book different).

Over all it's a really awesome book!

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Blue_Cheetah_1
Jul 29, 2012

this book was really fun to read especially if you like fairies and other places and stuff. there is not a lot a lot of romance but thats your choice.

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Kurisutaru
Jan 06, 2012

Never knew it end so fast...

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