Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
|Print List Price:||£6.99|
Save £3.72 (53%)
The Last Gatekeeper (The Crown of Fane duology Book 1) Kindle Edition
|New from||Used from|
Customers who bought this item also bought
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
This is a great book to kick off the series. It is paced well throughout and I enjoyed Katy Haye's writing style. Aimed at older teens, I think this book will keep readers gripped. As a young adult, this book would have been right up my street. Fantasy, love, good versus evil and a fight to do what is right against all the odds. As though that is enough for one teenager to deal with, Zan must save the world! So, not your average teenager! Although, like any teenager, Zan also has to deal with moral issues around love, sex, friendship, fear and just not getting on with parents. I found her to be a likeable character who was sassy and yet vulnerable all at the same time, with the heart of a lion.
I sat up the early hours to finish this book and its only left me thirsty for the next book in the series. Well done to Katy Haye for an excellent debut novel and I look forward to the next installment.
Zan suffers from electric hypersensitivity as does her mother, it means they can have no electrical items in their house, no internet , no phone, no TV. Zan is home-schooled because she couldn't cope with all the electrical interference associated with a school. At home they live a primitive life and Zan feels like a freak.
A freak until the day she discovers that she is a half-alien and her hypersensitivity can be dulled by the presence of super-hunk Thanriel a Talvarrine. His appearance follows the disappearance of her Mum and the discovery of her Dad lost in a deep sleep which no-one can wake him from.
With Than's help Zan seeks out Cal and is told she is a gatekeeper between the human and Fane world and that she must stop the Queen of the Fane from destroying the human world.
I liked the fact this book was set in Britain, much of the YA fantasy book series I read are set in the US, this is a refreshing change. For lovers of YA fantasy books this book ticks all the boxes.
This review is based on a free copy of the book give to me by the author.
This book is a YA
fantasy novel and I really did enjoy it it very fast paced it will keep you on the edge of your seat i loved the end it will keep you on the edge of your seat it soon became a page turner for me it very well written it so easy to read
I loved all the characters they are were very strong and very likeable
Zan the main character she the heroine she had alway felt she was different to others but why ?
I liked zan character she was smart and feisty can she works out why she feel different it takes her by surprise you could to read to see why she got a few problems can she find a way to solve them you will be pull into her character you will be there helping her out
This story just pull you into the plot Zan a Gatekeeper Her task is to close the three gates between the Fane's world and earth.How can she do this ? This story has
it all a lovely love story ,suspense ,fantasy and it packed with action I did find it very dark in places but i enjoy that it hooked me
I liked all the Angels and fairies in the other world Fane what at places i want to go there can Zan help the two warring worlds it the good v the bad i sometimes found Zan very inexperienced and trying to cope with so many challenges in her life she just like most teenagers do i felt she founded her powers hard to cope with her attraction to Thanriel was so lovely to read about I was hooked from the first to the last page i can not wait for the next book what next for them
Would you like to see more reviews about this item?
Most recent customer reviews
Up until the day of her 17th birthday, Zanzibar MacKenzie lead a very sheltered life.Read more