Knife by R.J. Anderson

Knife

Forget everything you think you know about faeries. Creatures full of magic and whimsy? Not in the Oakenwyld. Not anymore.

Forget everything you think you know about faeries …

Creatures full of magic and whimsy? Not in the Oakenwyld. Not anymore.1

Deep inside the great Oak lies a dying faery realm, bursting with secrets instead of magic. Long ago the faeries mysteriously lost their magic. Robbed of their powers, they have become selfish and dull-witted. Now their numbers are dwindling and their very survival is at stake.

Only one young faery—Knife—is determined to find out where her people’s magic has gone and try to get it back. Unlike her sisters, Knife is fierce and independent. She’s not afraid of anything—not the vicious crows, the strict Faery Queen, or the fascinating humans living nearby. But when Knife disobeys the Faery Queen and befriends a human named Paul, her quest becomes more dangerous than she realizes.

Knife is a gripping tale of lost magic, high adventure, and surprising friendship in which the fate of an entire realm rests on the shoulders of one brave faery rebel.

Book 1 of the No Ordinary Fairy Tale series.

  1.  Previously published under the title Fairy Rebels: Spell Hunter.
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Janet Ursel
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I really want to underline the top quality of Anderson’s writing. There are very few who can match her and the people at Enclave should congratulate themselves for snagging her.