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Tappin_Toes
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Has anyone read The Faerie Path?

Someone recently reccomended the books The Faerie Path, The Lost Queen, and The Sorcerer King by Frewin Jones to me and I was wondering if anyone read them. Do you think they're good and that I should try them out?
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GCACheerldr14
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Re: Has anyone read The Faerie Path?

Yeah I've read them all. There not the best books in the world but I think you'd enjoy reading them.
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Re: Has anyone read The Faerie Path?

yeah i have i still have to read the sorcerer king though. waiting for it to either lower in price or in paper back.
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