The Faerie Path

The Faerie Path Swept away into a court of magic and beauty she discovers she is Tania the lost princess of Faerie Since Tania s mysterious disappearance five hundred years before Faerie has been sunk in darkness

  • Title: The Faerie Path
  • Author: Allan Frewin Jones
  • ISBN: 9780060871048
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • Swept away into a court of magic and beauty, she discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie Since Tania s mysterious disappearance five hundred years before, Faerie has been sunk in darkness and gloom With her return, Faerie comes alive again as a land of winged children, glittering balls, and fantastic delights But Tania can t forget Anita s world, or the boySwept away into a court of magic and beauty, she discovers she is Tania, the lost princess of Faerie Since Tania s mysterious disappearance five hundred years before, Faerie has been sunk in darkness and gloom With her return, Faerie comes alive again as a land of winged children, glittering balls, and fantastic delights But Tania can t forget Anita s world, or the boy she loved there.Torn between two loves and between two worlds, Tania slowly remembers why she disappeared, and realizes that she is the only one who can stop a sinister plan that threatens the entire world of Faerie.

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    About “Allan Frewin Jones

    • Allan Frewin Jones

      This author has published under several versions of his name, including Allan Jones, Frewin Jones, and A.F Jones He has also published under the pen names Sam Hutton and Steven Saunders.



    171 thoughts on “The Faerie Path


    • This is the first book that I've read that would be considered feminine. And I will tell you it was a journey that I found very, very burdensome at times, and somewhat revealing to the mysteries behind what a woman thinks not really, but I can tell you what I think of the book.Faerie Path is a book full of pretty dresses, a girls fantasy, and and realm of wingless faeries. the wingless already knocks it down a star. For my self I found the book on the more cliche side and somewhat predictable. H [...]


    • A Midsummer Night's Dream has been re-written many times to appeal to the differing audiences, I am hence sad to say, that although it seems many have succeed in making it interesting still, this author failed at it. I am not going to force myself to continue wasting my time finishing series I could not stand the first book of it.


    • The Faerie Path by Frewin Jones is a delightful new take on a true Faerie Tale! This story is not only for the young adult but for anyone from age 12 to 99. I absolutely loved this book and cannot wait to get my hands on the next book in the series.Anita is a normal teen, long blond hair, slim build and very pretty. Mom, dad and Anita share a wonderful home in the suburbs of London. She has a wonderful boyfriend who just happens to adore her and a best friend to share all her secrets with.The st [...]


    • Even though this book is said to be for young adults, I get the feeling that it should be more for those of a younger age. There were some times that the description was good, but I didn't think I actually knew the character. Tania/Anita had a 'perfect' background, having found out that she was fairy princess and everything becoming all happy again when she came back. But I didn't really get a good picture of who she was as a person. The second part seemed to move quicker than the first part, bu [...]


    • Please go here to see the complete review: incandescentenchantmentssThe Good:Honestly, I think everything about this book is amazing! Frewin Jones is one of my favorite all-time authors, along with Rachel Caine, Shannon Hale, Cassandra Clare, and Cinda Williams Chima. What did I love about this book, you're wondering? I guess it would be the setting, England, which I love. The Arthurian dresses. The sisters were fun and delightful. Hopie, the healer, Sancha the reader, Rathina my least favorite, [...]


    • My guess is you would like this book if u like those books about magic and mystery and love. Don't worry. this book isn't as "fruity tooty" as it sounds. I personnaly read it in about 4 days. Anita is a girl growing up in present day London. It is her 16th birthday and she receives a mysterious book with no return address. Inside it says:Faeries tread the Faerie Path Amber trapped though moth wing light they be Mortals stay in mortal world Iron clad with half blind eyes they see One alone will w [...]


    • Plot: Anita's sixteenth birthday is fast approaching. She thinks she is perfectly normal teenager, with a boyfriend named Evan whom she is rapidly falling in love with, but a boating accident suddenly upturns her whole world as she is taken to the realm of fairies and discovers the truth about herself.e is the long lost daughter of King Oberon, the 7th princess Tania who disappeared the day before her wedding to Lord Gabriel Drake. Thoughts:I have an interesting history with this book. Our local [...]


    • Puh geschafft. ;)KLAPPENTEXT"Anita hat sich bereits rettungslos in Evan verliebt, als sie erfährt, dass sie einem anderen gehört. Anita istnicht von dieser Welt - sie ist die verlorene Tochter des Elfenkönigs, der sie in sein Reich zurückruft."MEINUNGDer Klappentext ist am Ende ziemlich irreführend. Denn der Grund ihrer Rückkehr ist ein ganz anderer naja. Ich dachte jedenfalls am Anfang, dass die Geschichte spannend klingt und viel Potential hat. Diese Grundidee, die dahinter steckt, ist a [...]


    • A fairy tale narrated in a style reminiscent of Grimm’s fairy tales. A predictable plot but nevertheless, a nice and light read. Although the recommended age for this series is 12 and above, I doubt any teen from 14 years old will like this series as it’s a little too Disney. Although there’s BGR included, there's nothing questionable, so I will recommend this series to Lyn, my 10-year-old daughter. For myself, I wouldn’t even mind reading on – at the very least, I can have fun discuss [...]


    • As Anita Palmer nears her 16th birthday, she has quite a lot going for her. She’s got a group of friends, she up for the role of Juliet in the school play, and the guy playing Romeo is her new boyfriend, Evan. The night before her birthday, she and Evan are in an accident and Anita is thrust into the realm of Faerie. Once there, she discovers that she is actually Tania, the lost princess of Faerie. Anita meets her Faerie royal family and learns about her previous life. There are many new peopl [...]


    • Anita is on the verge of turning sixteen, and her life couldn’t be any better. She has wonderful parents and friends, she has the lead in the school play, and she has caught the eye of the new boy Evan. On the day before her birthday Evan takes Anita out for a surprise, but the evening lands the two in the hospital. They both seem fine, but Evan has yet to wake up from the trauma. Anita on the other hand is having wonderful dreams of growing wings and flying out windows and receiving wonderful [...]


    • I picked up this book b/c I write MG fiction in this genre. There aren't as many YA books that feature faeries so I was looking forward to it. I was sorely disappointed. Perhaps I've gotten spoiled by Suzanne Collins and Robin Hobbs. They have a way of building a story's tension through to the climax. I simply found this story dull.The dialogue was unoriginal and I found myself annoyed with the main character, who has this completely irrational reaction to the guy she is "in love" with when she [...]


    • So I've been looking at this book for years, sitting on the shelf at the Wester Library, and finally decided to give it a read to see if it was worth it to buy the rest of the series. While Book 1 gets three of five stars, I actually think the next one might be better by finishing up the world building and getting on with the story a little more promptly. But here's the scoop, complete with spoilers as usual:Five hundred years ago, on the eve of her wedding to Lord Gabriel Drake, Princess Tania [...]



    • Ugh. This thing is a horrendous, slow-moving snoozefest. I skipped mass portions of it, as they contributed zilch to the plot. The writing is immature and often downright silly, and the major plot point, that Tania/Anita has been gone for 500 years, makes no sense, since everyone is the same age now that they were when she disappeared, even though they've been living their lives while she was gone. The whole thing is just excruciating. Don't bother.


    • It started off promising, if not a little whimsical bordering on silly, but I thought - well, it IS about faeries so it has to be whimsical maybe EVEN a little silly. But then it just got bad. First, there was too much back story and too many characters. I couldn't keep any of the sisters straight. And then there was too much description and I couldn't keep what bedroom tapestry did what in which sister's room and was it even important anymore? No. It wasn't. Maybe later on in the series, but I [...]


    • Looking for a quick read, I picked up The Faerie Path a couple years ago. I got a third through, but I was unable to bring myself to finish it. For such a thin book, it was an uphill struggle trying to read it. The story is just too bland for my tastes. The Faerie Path is the stereotypical girl-grows-into-her-own-sort of story, except there are fairies involved. Starting with an unoriginal premise is unfortunate, however I would've still been willing to read it if the characters were at least in [...]


    • Yet another title that I left sitting on my bookshelf for way too long. I've corrected my mistake in waiting such a long time neglecting this title, and can say that I found yet another fey series that I'm interested in seeing how it will all pan out. With six books in the series I've got my work cut out for me if I want to see where the rest of the series goes, but after such a wonderful series opener, I don't think I'll find the task very daunting.I will start out by admitting that I may have [...]


    • This is gonna be a short one : Before I read the book I was like "I'm not gonna like it, I hate the extra girly books ,it's about fairies !!" But when I read it I was like :"It's so girly and cute but I love it" :) The book has everything : Original idea, great characters, great writing, difficult vocabulary *which I din't expect from this book*, action, romance, fictional stuff. It is a great fantasy novel but I rate it 4 stars instead of 5 because I wasn't blown away by it and sometimes I was [...]


    • I have to admitI was intrigued by this novel based on it's divine cover. And the title, too. Itwas not quite what I expected, but it was pretty good overall. I am a huge fan of Young Adult novels, I love them. But I think the Faerie Path is more for the younger teens and not so much the older ones (or us in our late twenties who are eternally 16 lol) The Faerie Path is based on Shakesphere (pardon my horrible misspelling of the Bards name!) and is based around Titania and Oberon and that whole k [...]


    • This book was super cute! it was a breath of fresh air! The faerie path was true to its name, it was a fairy tale through and through. The charters were all perfectly defined and that has to be hard since there are at least 11 main charters in including Anita (the main main charter).Anita is just an ordinary girl living in her ordinary town of London. Her 16th birthday is approaching. the day before her birthday she was in a boat crash. or so it seems. She is at the hospital on the night of her [...]


    • I wanted to branch out a little, so I picked up a book about a young woman who discovers she's a fairy. The writing was dull and the story was uninspired and wandering. Most of the plot elements seemed to come from a Barbie cartoon (if there are such things -- it was very clothing obsessed) and some kind of video game. Go here, meet six sisters, each of whom have a special trait (just like the main character, who can flit between the Mortal World and the Faerie World.) I mean, she's gone for 500 [...]


    • I really didn't like this book. I was practically laughing all way through it - it was just so sad and pathetic. I felt phony and for the first 250 pages there was absolutely no story. It was going nowhere, and then suddenly, out of the blue, there was a problem (a bad one at that) that needed solving by the main character, Tania/Anita (notice how the two names have the same letters. How corny is that?). The entire book was anticlimatic, extremely boring and quite painful to read. There's no con [...]


    • I love faerie books. I really, really do. Having read all of Holly Black and Melissa Marr's series, I was looking in the YA section for a new take. A 12 yr old recommended this one to me.*sigh*I couldn't make it past the first chapter. It was so childishly written (the main character has all the makings of a Mary Sue, perfect and loved by everyone, talented and wonderful and the author plunks her down in front of the mirror on the first page to describe how pretty she is.) And it only gets more [...]


    • I read this with a friend for our reading challenge. She told me not to bother. I should really have listened to herI found this book very dull, superficial and painful to get through. Which is probably why I only got to page fifty or so (while sitting at the lunch table at work) before giving up. The main character got on my nerves, and there wasn't any substantial background characters to love, either.Generally I avoid Fairy books. But recently I read the Toby Daye series (which I am madly in [...]


    • I really liked this way back when I read it. Thinking back on it now, the story, it was kind of stupid. I enjoy many stupid books. I like the Shakespeare and that it takes place in London when Tania is in the human world. The idea of past lives is also interesting. So yeah good, but I think I am being very generous with three stars.I bought and read the first three books of this series. The third felt like an ending so when the fourth came out I was tempted, but no, when something ends it ends.


    • The book was okay. It got my attention, but the first page almost had me falling asleep. This book proves to be pretty nice, and it whisks you away to a land of magic, fantasy, treachery, and romance. It kept me on my feet, and some of the chapters are pretty good cliffhangers.All in all, I give it three stars. Not the "OMG, THIS IS LIKE DA BEST BOOK EVAH!" type. Nor is it "This is boring. And sucks. 'Nuff said." It was in between-ish. This is recommended for girls that like magic, something li [...]


    • I liked this book quite a bit. The story takes you through a young girls struggle to believe that she is a fairy from the land of Faerie. I cant describe as well as the books synopsis the main idea of the story. I can say however that there is some betrayal, love, discovery, and strength in the story and is an enjoyable read if you like a bit of fantasy.


    • Hat mir leider gar nicht gut gefallen. Der Anfang und auch der Mittelteil ziehen sich sehr und ich fand es auch sehr langatmig. Zum Ende hin wurde es dann besser, aber ich werde die Reihe nicht weiterlesen. Positiv zu erwähnen ist allerdings der Schreibstil, der hat mir ganz gut gefallen


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