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The Wood Fairies of Estraelia (Sons of Elderberry Book 2) by [Sneed, Theresa]
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When Elias of Elderberry introduces his best friend Jaron Finley to his magical world of fairies and castles, wizards and yokai shape-shifters, will Jaron ever want to go back to his dull world of school and homework, especially after meeting Elieli, the fairy princess of Estraelia? It’s doubtful, but he must—the mortal that he is. Will Elias have to alter his memory and erase all that his friend has seen, or will Jaron be able to keep the secret that Elias Rey—a sophomore at PVHS, is a wizard and the youngest heir of Elderberry?
Held captive by evil wraiths in the dungeons of Sirusas, Elias’s older brother Saulen struggles with remembering who he is. How will the sons of Elderberry battle the dark forces of sorcery and rescue him?
And finally, when Adalee trips and falls by a nest abandoned from a Swypht Dragon of Ural, she takes an egg, knowing it has little chance to survive on its own. How will she keep it hidden in the non-dragon fairy kingdom of Estraelia? And why should she?

Elias of Elderberry is a truly marvelous book! The action, concept, and mysteries contained in this novel are intensely compelling and exciting. Not satisfied with simply writing an entertaining story, Sneed fills the pages with lessons about temptation, addiction, and the morals of right versus wrong. - R.L. Drembic

The Sons of Elderberry! Book One, Elias of Elderberry, was fantastic! I am eager to read the continuing sequels. Do any of us really know who we are and what our real worth is? Fifteen-year-old Elias was soon to discover things beyond his wildest imagination. This is about present day with regular school attendance, yet also, time travel with castles, dungeons, dragons and more! There were many characters well-defined and realistic. Also, the scenes were portrayed very well so the reader was able to easily picture them occurring. My Review of this book offers a Five Stars rating. - LAWonder10

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3322 KB
  • Print Length: 233 pages
  • Publisher: Three Rivers Press (21 January 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MR4QT6F
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book 2 companion to book 1 5 February 2017
By Amazon Lover Becca - Published on
This was a fun read! It is clear Theresa Sneed has taken time to build up a world of fairies and dragons with good vs. evil. You do have to pay attention because there are a lot of characters but they are dynamic and have energy and life. Each with their own story that intertwines and creates the bigger story picture. I did read the first book before this one and it definitely sets up for this one so nicely that I do suggest reading them together. It does prepare us for the fun and adventure of this book - plus where we start with the dragon egg and how it came to be. It made me smile when I knew exactly where we were right off the bat. And the characters increase and become more dear to us (the returning ones being from the book before). I enjoyed the story, the troubles they were up against, and the way they were able to learn and piece together what they needed to in order to fulfill their stories. The book is from several points of view but the author let's us know where we are and with which characters, which is nice because if not you might be lost. Definitely an enjoyable and full read. I do highly recommend it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't wait for book three 5 February 2017
By Shannan Neff - Published on
Talk about ending on a cliffhanger! I kept flipping the last page back and forth looking for more. While still being young and reckless teen boys, Elias, Jaron and even Samuel(who we see lots less of this time) grew remarkably. I was sad we don't see Aydon, Adalee or the dragon much after those first few chapters. And i want to know how things go with the curse of Rebelle and does Saurius ever get vanquished? I laughed at scenes, i worried during others and I cried so hard during the battles, and that plot twist for Jaron totally floored me. I never saw it, Saulen and his fate, or the comment from Jorthen coming until they slammed into the pages. Book one took time to get going and now a day later I'm dying to know when book three releases because i need to know more.
4.0 out of 5 stars A world with a plethora of characters. 7 February 2017
By Karlie Lucas - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I probably should have started with book one. I might not have felt as lost going into things, as it essentially picks right up where I'm guessing book one left off. That being said, I found this an interesting read, full of characters, various mythical species, friendly neighbors, and disinterested foster-siblings.

There's a lot going on, and I honestly would not have minded the author slowing down a bit more, as it did feel rushed in some areas, quickly brushing over events that I would have liked to hear more about. However, the story is decidedly imaginative and magical. A great read for those in the middle school to high school age groups.

I give it four out of five stars.
4.0 out of 5 stars Sneed wove a beautifully complex story about elves 1 February 2017
By Zeigler - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Sneed wove a beautifully complex story about elves, fairies, dragons and wizards in her second in her series of wonderfully crafted epic fantasy. If you love stories that take you to other worlds, you'll appreciate Sneed's ability to world build and create meaningful characters. Two worlds collide when Elias takes his friend to his native land of Estraelia, but conflict is not far away when the beautiful Elieli makes a wish to come to Earth with her new Earth friends, putting them all in danger. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a review, but it was still fun to read!