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On the island of Avalon, everyone has magical abilities.

Except Selena Pearce.

As if being the only nonmagical person on the island isn’t bad enough, her parents happen to be the king and queen of Avalon - and the most magical people alive.

She’s never felt like she fit in on Avalon, but that all changes when she leaves the island and meets Julian - a mesmerizing, mysterious human. Everything feels perfect between them at first... until he drags her through a portal to the enchanted realm of the fae, where Selena learns that there’s more to the mystery of why she doesn’t have magic than she ever imagined.

Long-buried secrets soon emerge, and she discovers that to escape the fae realm, she must compete in the annual Faerie Games - a televised reality show competition where half-bloods fight to the death.

To survive, she’ll have to make alliances, unravel the mysteries of her past, and figure out whether she can trust Julian. He wants to help her, and there’s no denying the connection between them. But Julian’s already betrayed her once. Why wouldn’t he do it again?

Begin the now completed five-book series with over 13,000 ratings on Amazon and Goodreads. This fast-paced fantasy series by the USA Today best-selling author of The Angel Trials, Elementals, and The Vampire Wish is filled with twists you’ll never see coming - and revelations that will keep you up late listening on.

What are you waiting for? Scroll up and click "buy now" to find out why listeners all over the world have fallen in love with the Faerie Games series!

©2021 Michelle Madow (P)2021 Michelle Madow

What listeners say about The Faerie Games: The Complete Series

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Consistent style, terrible psychology

The author seems to have a consistent style across a number of books. I liked the vampire focused books alright because the essence of humanity was violated much less. This collection marks soul mates, petty and foolish gods, death games, and evil people who revel in their wickedness. All such insanity and stupidity that I am usually very bored. Every chapter could just be skipped except a few in the beginning that explain a few things.

Every one, including the Julian dude, should simply die, make the story short, and I'm confident it would have been a better story. The main character is an idiot. The other characters are idiots and lack meaningfully reasonable characters.

The narrator is talented and has the bleak, but somehow stressed voice that adds feeling to this kind of story. Despite a terrible story composed of discarded story clips, the narrator did a pretty good job.

If I had to summarize the lesson thoroughly taught about both the characters and life, I might say it teaches no person is a genuine person and no person has genuine freedom of choice. Worse, the concept of love has never been represented well by Michelle Madow. The inconsistencies in these lessons tells me she probably doesn't understand love nor the cycle of human motivations. The massive and mysterious subject of love is far easier to understand than her thoughts at the time of writing these books.

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better than angel trails

this book has a better format than angel trials and wasn't as redundant or repetitive. it also had a much better ending

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I loved the series

Spoiler Alert! I loved the series. Usually, they get boring after the third book. I was a little disappointed with the ending because I didn’t feel like all ends were tied up. I was left wondering what happened to the people in the hidden city and the best friend?

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Hmm

I really enjoy this series but it’s not complete. Selena is a little annoying and selfish but all in all, she has a strong character and is young. Patricia Santomasso did an amazing job at narrating

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Awesome!!

This book had me from the 1st chapter. Loved this book. I hope there is more to come

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Enjoyed it!

I really enjoyed this series. I will say it left several things open at the end of the book, and I can’t seem to find if there’s another series that answers these questions?

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Absolutely Loved this Series

Whoever said Hunger games with Fairies in there review is so wrong!! yes it has some similarities but this stories has its own twists n turns I never seen coming till they happened. I love this writer and have almost read every book she has written since finding her books. Can't wait to start the Dragon Twin series that continues off of this one and the previous 2 series before!

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Not so good…

I don’t often write unkind reviews as no author goes out to write a bad story. But I could not finish this. The grammar was cliched and in places painful to listen to. Storyline was predictable. Characters internal thoughts were annoying. It needs a lot more work. Like a bad cross between the Hunger Games and a million other books about lethal, magical competitions.

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Captivating!! Exciting!!

Wonderfully written. Would make a great tv series! couldn't stop listening. I want more!

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Very interesting fantasy

It helps that you know Greek gods and other gods as they are referenced to throughout this series. That is what makes this such and interesting read. plus you have Faye and a wide assortment of characters and beings. It does refer to there characters in the author's other series so it help to keep up with all these fantasy books. Narration was good too with Narration as one person needing to produce so many characters.