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Blood Faerie (Caledonia Fae, Book 1) by [Drummond, India]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 542 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1492226424
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0050Q4YBK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 165 customer reviews
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I loved the start. An exiled fae is surviving a hand-to-mouth existence in Perth (Scotland, not Australia), hiding her ears in a hoodie and camping out in a derelict church. One nastily mutilated corpse later and her path crosses that of an unusually sensitive policeman who is first on the scene.

My expectations were crushed by the second half of the book as my hope for a P. D. James with a supernatural twist turned into another rehash of the well worn supernatural romance genre. All the usual tropes make an appearance after all. Jealous ex? check. Hitherto unrecognised great power of good guy? Check. Psychotic bad guy aiming for world domination? Check. Dodgy gory rite imperiling one of the major characters to achieve same? Check. Obsessive dissection of bumpy romance between two main protagonists? Check. Humourlessness, white hair and pointy ears? Check.

It's not badly written though and if the Twilight books are your cup of tea, you'll probably like this.

*sigh*
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I started reading India Drummond's 'Blood Faerie' on a noisy plane, but within seconds I was drawn into the world of Eilidh and the mystery surrounding the strange murders in a small Scottish town. A faerie who has been cast out for using forbidden magic, Eilidh watches humans from a distance. But when the murders continue and she might have the powers to stop them, she can't help but get involved. Drummond skilfully intertwines human and faerie worlds, drawing the reader easily into both the delights and horrors each entails. Quite often in books such as these, I feel bogged down by all the rules and rituals of the world the author has created. I never felt that way here -- every detail unfolds in such a natural way I could almost believe faeries do exist! If you're looking for a compelling, well written mystery with a touch of romance, I highly recommend this book. Having read Drummond's debut novel 'Ordinary Angels' as well as this one, I can't wait to see what's next!
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I had no great expectations of this book. There are so many urban fantasy novels now, that many of the books merge in to a homogeneous mass.

This book works well, however. The writing is assured, and the copyediting good. The main characters are interesting, and there is a convincing back story. The book moves along at a brisk pace, and I looked forward to picking the Kindle up to read it.

The Scottish setting is fairly limited. I had no particular sense of the two main settings (Perth and Skye), although the details that were given were all plausible. There were unanswered questions, but this seemed appropriate for the first book of a series.

Overall, a confident and well imagined book. I'll buy the next one in the series, and I hope the author makes a bit more use of the Scottish setting.
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I have only just started reading fantasy books and I'd read some great reviews about this book so I was really excited to have the opportunity to read this.

The Blood Faerie is the first book in the series The Caledonia Fae. Its my first fae fantasy and I'm hooked and cant wait to read the other 2 in the trilogy.
India has beautifully intertwined a magical Fae world with our own human world with her detailed magical explanations making it seem completely believable!
This is a brilliant urban fantasy book is based in Perth a small Scotish town and covers a great mix of Fae, druids, murder mystery, paranormal, evil, and a good Cop.

Its a compelling read and immediately starts with the murder of a fae; this keeps you engaged to the very end. The characters are relatable especially Ellidh who has been exiled from her world after using her forbidden powers and sentenced to death by the elders. With the help of her father she had no choice but to run away to our human world to keep safe; despite this she still has a great connection to her people and family and wants to help find the murderer.

The Character Ellidh keeps away from humans just watching out of sight in the shadows and has done this for many years during her exile. She doesn't understand the ways of humans fully and I loved watching her try to understand our normal household ways; India gave Ellidh a wonderful innocence which made me feel more connected to her as a character.
She accidentally connects up with Munro an Inspector who is the only human to have ever noticed her and they begin an unusual and unlikely relationship to help solve this sadistic murder.
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Absolutely fantastic. I am old enough to know better and really do not normally enjoy this type of subject matter but this book gripped me and held me from the first page. At no stage did I ever stop to think that this was unbelievable. It all just flowed so easily and had me believing the most outrageous things. As a man I generally tend to enjoy books written by men but I was finished this book before I realised that it was written by a woman. It contains the fast paced story line and lack of detailed romance that I would normally associate with a man. This is intended to be complimentary to the author and not as a sexist remark. I will definitely be buying the follow up book.
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