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Publisher's Summary

“Why does this always happen to us?” (Quinn Broomsparkle, wizard extraordinaire) 

Six months have passed since wizard Quinn Broomsparkle left behind his indentured servant shackles. He’s in love with his half-dragon/half-fairy familiar, Twig Starfig. He’s got a home. Friends. A job. And a father-in-law he could do without. A pretty close to perfect life. But as Quinn has learned the hard way, things rarely stay peaceful for long. Especially when a Starfig’s involved. 

Summoned to his home realm and a past he’d thought left behind, Quinn and Twig find themselves in the middle of evil machinations...with no clear enemy. When Quinn’s younger brother, Zak, goes missing, it’s Starfig Investigations on the case. 

Being the first wizard in a thousand years isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. On top of a missing brother, a brokenhearted red fury, an archivist with a secret, and a ghost pirate-parrot who’s determined to return to his captain, Quinn and Twig’s relationship is sorely tested when questions - and unhappy answers - about their mating dilemma are pushed to the fore.

All Quinn wants is his fairy share of happiness. Is that so much to ask?

©2020 Meghan Maslow (P)2020 Meghan Maslow

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Awesome Story

I love this series and this book is as good as the first, full of adventures, magical battles, twists and unique characters. I enjoyed learning about Quinn's background and the realm he came from. Twig is as amazing as always and my most favorite magical character in all the stories. Narrator did a great job with voices and storytelling. He made this a perfect listening experience.

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Best yet in the series!

Narrator is superb and makes you think of different faces for each character flawlessly. Great and funny! Names if places and characters... a joke on its own...

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Great Story

What a wonderful addition to this series. I loved a how MC continued to grow in their relationships and add to their family Thie narration was excellent

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Great combo!

Every time I see a new Megan Maslow, I click buy so quickly it’s ridiculous. This is another hit in a great series. Paired with one of the best audio book narrators out there, and it’s a match made in heaven.

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Love this series

Everything about this story is wonderful. The plot, the characters, and the narration brings it all together splendidly. Highly recommend

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Awesome

This third book/audiobook of the Starfig series was wonderful to listen to as it was to read. Greg did an awesome job narrating it as usual, I love listening to his voice.

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Fun

This is an awesome tale brought to life by an amazing reader(s?). I find it hard to believe it's one person. Just amazing.

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Great story and Narration

I have listened to all 3 books in this series and love them all. The story itself is amazing g and the way Greg gives es them all their own voices is second to none.

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No loose ends

I read a few reviews before listening to this book so went cautiously into the story. The author did not disappoint. The story flowed as with previous books in the series, and all of the details were attended to in their time.

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Best one yet!

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Even when there's a book you don't think can possibly get better, anything can be made better being read by Greg Boudreaux! 😍

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Best one yet!! I absolutely love Quinn, Twig and all their clan and the world is so much fun! ❤️ I hope Meghan Maslow has many, many more cases and adventures for Starfig Investigations. 😍

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  • Larissa
  • 06-12-22

Best of the Series

Let me preface this review with the following: Starfig Investigations is a true series with a continuing storyline. I do not recommend reading His Fairy Share without having read the earlier series books. Inevitable spoilers will be revealed and the plot will be too convoluted to follow unless you’ve been on the crazy ride with this eclectic found family from book one, page one.

Having said that, I assume if you are still reading, you’ve read By Fairy Means or Foul and Be Fairy Game, Books One and Two in Meghan Maslow’s addictive Starfig Investigations series. As such, you will immediately recognize that His Fairy Share is quite different from those two books. It contains a significant shift in the tone and direction of this series thus far. Unlike the first two books, His Fairy Share is told entirely from Quinn’s point of view. Additionally, it focuses predominantly on Quinn, his magical powers, and his past, not Twig, his background, and family. We also travel to a different realm, Quinn’s homeland, the Hominus Realm, where Quinn reluctantly returns in response to summonses for his appearance before the ruling Council of Divine Magic. He also hopes to gain closure concerning his family, who sold him off to slavery when he failed to pass the wizarding exams.

While His Fairy Share starts with the slower pacing that we’ve found in the previous books, it picks up steam more quickly. Then, about a third of the way in, we hit a pivot point in the plot, and the action takes off like a runaway train. The action and events that transpire after that are mesmerizing, fascinating, and His Fairy Share becomes utterly unputdownable.

I want to keep the specifics of the plot under wraps because a significant component of the experience of this book is the constant surprise from the twisty-turny plot. The blurb and your knowledge from the first two books are plenty. 😉 This story has a “Pirates of the Caribbean” feel - oh, I forgot to mention: Here, there be pirates - and it’s mixed with plenty of magic and paranormal adventure. Twig and Quinn’s relationship is tested. Family bonds are strained, and others are formed. The plot is full to bursting with emotions, including devastation, angst, fear, revenge, loyalty, and love. There are betrayals, new alliances, new characters, and less reliance on the Elder Realm and Twig’s father Auric as a plot driver (although also less Bill 😢👿). Ms. Maslow expands her gorgeous, intricate worldbuilding and builds out the diverse, misfit, found family that makes up the Starfig clan.

Ms. Maslow’s writing is consistently on-point, crisp and descriptive with witty dialogue within complex, engaging storylines. Her creativity is off-the-charts, yet no matter how out there it is, it’s completely plausible within the context of her textured, enthralling stories.

If you are listening to the audiobook - and I HIGHLY recommend that you do - you will be gifted with Greg Boudreaux. This man has a voice that I could listen to 24/7 and his vocal acting is par none. He's fantastic here, bringing the characters and story to life in his inimitable way.

His Fairy Share is the best of the series so far. I give it, and the Starfig Investigations series as a whole, my highest recommendation. Listen to these titles in audiobook format for an even more immersive experience.

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  • PL
  • 06-12-22

I’m loving this series!

Quinn and Twig’s adventure continues in this latest instalment.

Quinn needs to face his past but things don’t go according to plan. Twig and Quinn find themselves smack bang amongst crazy witches. The author built up the suspense and mystery really well.

This was an action pack story with a few heated moments. The author kept me guessing at every turn and she did it well. Zac made me laugh and it’s obvious that he’ll keep Quinn on his toes. There were so many twists/turns and several unexpected surprises along the way, so there was never a dull moment.

The narrator made the characters come alive. I loved the accent and different voices he did for all the different characters.

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  • Book addict
  • 10-03-21

Ok - good

This book was ok - good. I prefer more recent Meghan Maslow books to this series, though.

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  • Kindle Fairy
  • 06-09-21

another great installment

Can't wait for the next book, there are so many breadcrumbs being left for future plotlines I am looking forward to reading/hearing them play out.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-02-21

Just fantastic

I loved the adventures of Quinn and Twig, there was lots of action and drama in this book. The narrator was excellent. I loved the story telling in this series.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-06-21

Not quite as strong as the first 2 books...

...but still a lovely time spent listening. Excellent narration and the wonderful sense of humour still there. Highly recommended.

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 01-06-21

Enjoyable Story

The story and characters  are engaging and the narrator has very distinctive voices for each character, always a plus for me.

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  • Aussiebumwearer
  • 12-24-20

Absolutely Great!!


This audiobook has to be my favourite of the series.

Quinn and Twig’s story really excels in this instalment and I hope there is going to be more to come?!!

Highly recommend 😊

5🌟’s a plenty for this audiobook and last review before Christmas! 😁

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  • Lisa Hughes
  • 12-12-20

AWESOME

I loved every second of this book. thus series is one of my Gabrielle's and Meghan is a genius storyteller. This time we see things from Quinn's point of view. they're is so much drama, action, laughter and a tear or two. I can't wait to see what happens next and really hope there will be more from this world.
Greg does a fabulous job as always.

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  • Blue Snowflake
  • 06-14-22

Heat, action, laughs, tears

Each book is a continuation of the amazing story. All the books are different but the same great story telling. Never boring. Some tears and great laughs. Some well written and spoken very hot moments. Narrator as always is perfect with every character and accent. Male or female he succeeds.

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  • Wide Eyes, Big Ears!
  • 08-24-21

Great story, brilliant narration!

When the ‘first wizard in a 1,000 years’, Quinn Broomsparkle, and his dragon / elf mate, Twig Starfig, return to Quinn’s home, the witches’ realm of Hominus, things go from bad to worse despite the offer of a seat on the witches’ council. New and old malevolent forces see Quinn and Fig battling for much more than their lives. His Fairy Share brings a satisfying conclusion to many of the story arcs in the first two books. It’s got plenty of swashbuckling action and fun. I’ve loved this series and the wonderful characters! Audio narrator, Greg Boudreaux, handles dozens of different character voices, sings a bawdy shanty, and generally impresses with every word. I’m so looking forward to Fairy & Impartial!

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  • Flic
  • 12-24-20

Loved it

Meghan Maslow and Greg Boudreaux are a winning combination. The Fairy stories just get better and better. Looking for to more of Ms Maslow.