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Magic Unbound (Fae Unbound Teen Young Adult Fantasy Series Book 1) by [Nojack, Jill]
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Not-quite-sixteen year old Lizbet Moore expects a boring last month of summer vacation -- and she gets what she's expecting until a fifteen hundred year old Fae named Eamon shows up in her backyard disguised as a down-on-his-luck garden gnome. When Eamon slips an ancient amulet around her neck, the memories of Lizbet's many past lives, including her first life as Morgan Le Fae, come slamming back to her to change her summer plans in a way she could never have expected.

Forced to go on the run when murderous monks show up at the back door, Lizbet hops a plane to Scotland accompanied by Eamon, the whispering voices of her past lives, and geekily cute James, the college boy from next door. Not only does she have to dodge the monks, but she's racing against time and greedy land developers to prevent the entire race of the Fae from being destroyed.

The only thing Lizbet knows for sure is that if she fails and can't produce a few live fairies at the end of her journey, she is going to be grounded for life...and probably for her next life, too.

About the Author

Jill Nojack is a writer, musician and artist. She has published several short works (stories and poetry) in small press. Magic Unbound is her first published novel. The next two books in the series will be published in 2014. When she isn’t exploring her creative side, Jill enjoys laughing too loud and long in public, long bike rides, and talking about herself in third person. She resides in the great American Midwest with a long-suffering cat.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 392 KB
  • Print Length: 202 pages
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  • Publisher: IndieHeart Press; 1 edition (Nov. 15 2013)
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  • Language: English
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd134c8) out of 5 stars Fun Times Dec 18 2013
By Ginny Lurcock - Published on
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So Magic Unbound is the YA tale of a half-fae girl tasked with rescuing the Tree of Life and saving all the fae. All she has to do is put on an amulet to remember all her past lives and figure out some cryptic messages left by a long dead druid.

Total cake walk …

What I liked:

All in all, I really liked the idea behind the story. Even when the author took Arthurian Legends and shifted them around to fit their story ideas. Especially since she managed to explain the differences between “history” and legend well.

What I didn’t love:

That being said, there execution of the story wasn’t exactly where I would’ve liked it. It’s not a bad story, by any stretch of the imagination, it was just that there wasn’t as much detail as I would’ve liked, and at points the story was a bit too obvious for my liking. Also, near the beginning, if I had to read the name “Lisbet” one more time I was going to punch someone in the throat.

Am I going to read the next book in the series?

Heck yes. And I know that this isn’t part of the new PT review format, but I feel like it gives a better feel for if the cons outweighed the pros. Which they do not.

Who would I recommend this book to?

People (teenagers and up) looking for a different spin on the whole YA fae thing.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd13450) out of 5 stars Really good book Dec 22 2013
By George - Published on
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This was a fun adventure kind of story with a girl hero (yeah, girls!) who is reincarnited from Morgan le Fae. there is only a little romance but at the end, it kind of seems that maybe there will be some in the next book because they are holding hands.

James was kind of a meh character but I liked Lizbet and her friend. The character of Aemon (he's a type of fae that is called a grugach) can be pretty funny. I laughed when he made fun of Lizbet for liking vampire books because I don't like vampire books.

I was glad that the book didn't end with a cliffhanger like a lot of series's do and the ending was pretty cool and made me want to know more about what will happen next, so I want to read the next one.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fd05ee8) out of 5 stars A fun twist on Arthurian legends Dec 8 2013
By P. Creeden - Published on
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Fascinating concepts about the Fae, gnomes, and young adult love. The Arthurian legends were a bit twisted in this tale but they were handled well,and kept the book fun. Well rounded characters kept the book interesting. *I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review*
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa006b060) out of 5 stars Great read Dec 28 2013
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this is a great quick read. if you are bored this book will entertain you. I love the characters and the plot.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9fcea568) out of 5 stars Really good read Aug. 25 2014
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This book was really good. I was really expecting a teenage romance and to quit reading a couple chapters in. Actually I almost didn't even read it for that reason. I have been out of college for years. High School is just a vague memory. I couldn't quit flipping the pages. I just couldn't get to the next line fast enough.