The Fairy Path
by Frewin Jones.
Started: March 2007)
On the eve of Anita's sixteenth birthday, her date with her new boyfriend, Evan, is interrupted by an accident that lands them both in the hospital. After a series of dreamlike visions, she awakens in Faerie as Tania, the seventh daughter of King Oberon and Queen Titania, who has been missing for 500 years. Anita doesn't know what to think, and while she is trying to figure things out, she uncovers a plot that could destroy both worlds. The writing is occasionally awkward, and the book's setting and characters are typical fantasy fare. Even so, there's enough mystery, suspense, and romance to carry readers to the inevitable happy ending, and girls fond of magical princess stories won't be disappointed.
I've come to realize that I'm very hard to please when it comes to novels. I wasn't overly impressed with this book. I mean, it was good--I want to read the sequal so that has to count for something, right? It seemed rather simplistic though, imo. The characters weren't very well developed, and the writing was so-so. It didn't draw me in and eagerly hold my breath to find out what would happen. My fingers didn't fly through the pages to find out what happened at the end. It was a decent book, and something I enjoyed reading. It just wasn't anything special.