Standing in Shadows

Standing in Shadows After escaping captivity Gairynzvl has been rescued by the Light loving Fey Now he wants to return into the dark realm of The Reviled and rescue the innocent childfey trapped there But it will take

  • Title: Standing in Shadows
  • Author: Cynthia A. Morgan
  • ISBN: 9781533044891
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • After escaping captivity, Gairynzvl has been rescued by the Light loving Fey Now, he wants to return into the dark realm of The Reviled and rescue the innocent childfey trapped there But it will take strength, courage and than one Fey to breach the borders of The Uunglarda, and to slip past the legions of Dark Fey who abide there The daring mission will shake theAfter escaping captivity, Gairynzvl has been rescued by the Light loving Fey Now, he wants to return into the dark realm of The Reviled and rescue the innocent childfey trapped there But it will take strength, courage and than one Fey to breach the borders of The Uunglarda, and to slip past the legions of Dark Fey who abide there The daring mission will shake the foundations of everything The Fey of The Light have accepted as truth for thousands of years, but Gairynzvl knows the secret ways in and out of the dark realm Slipping into the darkness through darkness is easy escaping with the childfey is another matter Should they be captured, his band of liberators will pray for death long before it comes Even is success, their deeds could spark a full scale war, unleashing the barbaric hatred and viciousness of The Reviled upon the peace loving Fey of The Light Will the Fey of the Light risk a savage war in order to rescue the innocent childfey, and who are prepared to join Gairynzvl s quest to the realm of shadows and fear

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    1. Accepted into the loving embrace of the Light Fey, Gairynzvl knows he must return to the dark realm and rescue the childfey trapped there in a brutal living hell. He needs strength, support and the faith of the Light Fey that he WILL succeed. Not warriors by nature, how can the Light Fey stand against the warriors of the Reviled? Their journey will be treacherous, the possibility of discovery an capture far too great, but this band of rescuers are determined to bring the precious youth of the Fe [...]

    2. Highly recommend to fantasy readers and while not strictly necesary I would suggest reading the first book in the series, The Reviled.This type of fantasy isn't normally my cup of tea but having been surprised by how much I enjoyed the first book earlier this year, I took the plunge. I think I'm enjoying this series for two reasons, the high standard of writing and the clear and strong themes behind the story.The author uses skilful writing to describe the two worlds she has created, one of dark [...]

    3. Dark Fey: Standing in the Shadows, is a moral tale that encompasses romance, action, and drama. The author offers richly detailed settings in both Uunglarda, the dark world inhabited by the Reviled, a grotesque, loveless race, and Jyndari, the world of the Fey of Light. The primary story revolves around Ayla, Guardian of Childfey, who rescues kidnapped, tortured, Childfey from Uunglarda. Over time, she grows in strength and character. Secondary characters, Marden and Gairynzul, struggle with a r [...]

    4. As the Author of the Dark Fey Trilogy, it would be inappropriate for me to review my own book (at least, I think so) However, you are in Luck, because Standing In Shadows was recently reviewed by Steve Johnson of Book to the Future Blog. You can read all about it here: bookmust.wordpress/2016/0

    5. I'm shocked. The sequel completely blew me away and I'm left standing, speechless. Cynthia Morgan is a BADASS WRITER. She can evoke any emotion, feelings and sighs from her readers with a wave of her hand. So this was my review for book 1 of the series:"OMG!! I JUST FINISHED THE BOOK! It was so so amazing. I actually want to scream out loud to the whole world and tell everyone how good it was. I'm astonished, happy and so excited for the next one! I stayed up all night to read because it was so [...]

    6. Cynthia Morgan demonstrates a complete mastery of the dark fairytale she has created drawing us the reader into this second book in the world of The Fey. The feeling of authenticity is quite literally spellbinding from the new take on the genre to even the pronunciation’s of the character’s names.Gairynzvl, Standing in Shadows' dark antihero, is a man on a mission, a loner by nature, who must seek out the help of others. Centred around saving the childfey, Gairynzvl must enter The Uunglarda [...]

    7. Dark Fey: Standing in Shadows is book number two in the Dark Fey trilogy. Because Standing in Shadows gives light to the characters and the plot, I would recommend that Dark Fey: The Reviled be read first.The story opens with an introduction to The Uunglarda and the torment found there inflicted upon Childfey by the Reviled, a grotesque, loveless, and evil population that lives in the realm of dark shadows. On the other side, in the mystical realm of Jyndari, where the Fey of Light live, we lear [...]

    8. The cover photo is great, there is no denying that and were I to see it in a bookshop my interest would be piqued. More of this type of cover I say, rather than those dreary copy cat covers that seem to be so prevalent on the shelves these days. As well as looking nice, it also sets the scene for a darker and more foreboding sequel.Like the first book, this is a fantasy steeped in the natural, of the polar opposites of light and dark and the overlapping of the two and whilst the plot took, for m [...]

    9. This picks up where book one leaves you. Mardan is unconscious and Gairynzvl is adapting to being a fey of light again while he and Ayla grow closer. The elders are preparing to share with the other fey, news of his miraculous change from the dark as Gairynzvl plans to return to Uunglarda and attempt to rescue the stolen childfey.I enjoyed this book so much more than the first. Several times while reading I had to pause just to admire the work gone into creating the way the fey spoke and the lan [...]

    10. Ms. Morgan writes like a good wine tastes, there are wonderful notes of things in it and sometimes you must re read a passage to get all you can from it. Lyrical and rich, it beckons you to go further, take more. And this is from the individual who does not like, hates?, cliff hangers. But I am so into this series. I really do want the next installment now.

    11. For my take on the setting of 'Standing in Shadows' (Dark Fey Book 2) see my review of 'The Reviled' (Dark Fey Book 1). You absolutely have to have read the first book in the sequence before starting the second. The narrative continues almost without a break.In book 2, our heroes are assembled, and their quest to rescue children kidnapped by the forces of evil gets under way. I thought the first book was really excellent, but this is better. There is more action and the characters have developed [...]

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