Saturday, 2 March 2013

Review of Deja Blue

Deja Blue (Ruby Blue #2)
By Julie Cassar
Ruby's back with her fairy friends and this time, she stumbles upon some of the mysteries of the Water Court. Now, being pursued by an unknown force, Ruby's fairy friends step in to protect her. However, trouble seems to follow Ruby around every corner and even her fairy guardians need to call in reinforcements...but at what cost? Faced with a seemingly impossible challenge, Ruby must decide if and how she will help out her fairy friends. Will she pledge her allegiance to the Earthen Court? Or will she find new comfort and protection in the Water Court? Become entangled and entranced in Ruby's latest adventure and relive the magic in "Deja Blue," the second installment of the Ruby Blue Series.

Source: Goodreads
My rating: 4.25/5
My thoughts:

I enjoyed reading this book even more than the first; Ruby Blue. A YA fiction with ‘fairytales’, but these are not your ordinary delicate fairies. Oh no, Ruby’s fairy friends are kick-ass royal fairies, adding a funny twist to the general stereotype.

In this sequel, the reader is introduced to other supposed myths, such as mermaids and trolls, the consequences of killing Sirrush the dragon, and also the unusual laws of the different courts.

This book was more fun to read than the last because there was a lot more going on, the reader is filled in with more background information about the fairies and there is again the element of adventure throughout the book so there’s no chance of becoming bored!

I am looking forward to the next book in the series because I am curious to find out what will happen between Ruby and Brennan now that she has figured out his feelings! And what will she do about her perfect Nick, who is unaware of her secret life? Questions, questions....but I believe the third book in the series has been released, which means hopefully I won’t have to wait too long for answers (;

**I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**

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