Celebrating the release of The Faery Tales Series Volume 7-9, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.
Book club questions The Faery Tales Series Volume 7-9
- Did you like the fact that folklore is used throughout?
- Did you see the moment one of the antagonists for the series was revealed? Do you know who it is and in which story this happened?
- What do you think of the disappearances of humans and fae as the walls between realms thin in this series?
- What do you think about the selection of stories?
- What do you think about the fact that the food supply for humans had been affected by the war between fae?
- Do you think that there is an obvious relationship between some of the stories?
- What do you think of the pixies?
- What do you think of the Valkyries?
- What are your thoughts on the cover?
- How do you think the story continues?
About the book
Fae. Magic running wild. Adventure. Searing cold. Disappearances.
Valkyries and Furies fight over the souls of the dead, not caring over peculiar circumstances of mass deaths. Pixies pester humans more than usual – to their betterment or death.
Humans with magic use their gifts to fight against the fae… While those without magic, only have their knowledge of folklore to protect them.
The walls between the Realms are thinning drastically and no-one is noticing. Or if they are, they don’t care or pretend it isn’t happening.
Can Man and Fae survive this onslaught?
And who is behind it all?
Scroll up now to buy and embroil yourself in danger and magic while figuring out who is staging this coup.
*Books 7 to 9 of the Faery Tales series.
Audiobook coming soon.
Also available in Afrikaans as Die Feëverhale Reeks Volume 7-9. Get your book club questions in Afrikaans here:
Emma watched the air fill with ash and started to freak out. Her breathing came too fast. The winged horse she sat on threw her off.
Horses nickered and whinnied in amusement. She didn’t like the thoughts she could read from them. Not that she said anything: the other Valkyries had already shown their distaste of a skill they didn’t possess.Black Moon, The Faery Tales Series Volume 7-9, Ronel Janse van Vuuren
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