Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter by R. J. Anderson

Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter by R. J. Anderson 150 150 Reader Views Kids

Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter
R. J. Anderson
HarperCollins (2009)
ISBN 9780061554742
Reviewed by Sara McGinn (age 9) for Reader Views (9/09)


R. J. Anderson’s “Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter” is about a young faery who wanders outside her home, Oakenwyld, and the adventures she encounters.  This book is action-packed.  It also has a love story that made me very uncomfortable because it really freaked me out when they kissed.  I have never read books with anyone kissing in it before.  But I really liked that Knife, the main character, wasn’t scared of anything- not the crows, not the humans, not anything!  (This surprised me because I thought faeries were scared of humans.)  This story is a pure people pleaser!

I really like Knife for her courage and fiery nature.  She is my heroine!  I also thought the artwork on the cover was beautiful and it made the book seem mysterious.

I have always fancied action, so this book took to my fancy from chapter one.  Even though the story in “Faery Rebels: Spell Hunter” by R. J. Anderson turned into a love story, I still love it!

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