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Product Highlights The thrilling conclusion to the Faerie Path series, in which Tania, the long lost princess of Faerie, must ultimately choose between her two worlds. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. The Charmed Return. Customer Reviews. Write a review. In this episode, the Charmed Ones become superheroes.
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The series finale was "Forever Charmed", which aired May 21, Charmed Again Prue's funeral, the sisters meet Paige :D. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Charmed Return , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Sep 27, Charissa rated it it was ok Shelves: bla-bla-bla. This was a lousy end to the series. From what I remember of it, I'm just glad the series is over.
I got it! It's over! Feb 26, Stephanie Bates rated it it was amazing Shelves: 3own. Loved the book and read it very quickly.
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I was a bit frustrated at the end for reasons I don't want to say. Let us just say that I am deeply hoping for a seventh book. It's deeply a sad thing to think that it might end here with so much left undone. I would still definately suggest reading it because it was a great adventure. Hope to read more! Aug 04, Patricia rated it it was ok.
The author really has you where he wants you with this book. If you have enjoyed this series and wish to know how it really ends you are out of luck. Unfortunately this is the last book of the series and it really does in with about one million cliffhangers. Its not the typical, " oh I really loved these characters and want to know how the rest of their lives go cliffhangers".
Honestly you are awaiting a decision and consequences of that decision at the end of the novel with no hope of getting t The author really has you where he wants you with this book. Honestly you are awaiting a decision and consequences of that decision at the end of the novel with no hope of getting that conclusion.
The real kicker is, the author knew he would not be writing a seventh novel. The publishers asked for the first trilogy, and when that sold well, they asked for a second trilogy. Going into this novel the author knew he would not be writing the seventh novel, he had already been told this from the publishing company. I am getting all of this info off of the author's website by the way. I went there trying to see when the next book would be realized to learn there wouldn't be one. So by leaving the storylines up in the air and for those of you who have finished the novel, no pun intended , the author claims he will not write another book until it is guaranteed to be published and the only way to do that is to have the fans write them and demand it.
Basically, I feel this is saying " I have left all of you hanging on purpose so that I can get more money from this franchise when the publishers get tired of hearing from you" Because really, we have read the six books that were originally ordered and feel we need to know what actually happens. All of that being said, this book is actually quite lame compared to the other ones. Things feel rushed and half thought out. I wish I had stopped at book three.
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View all 4 comments. Jun 22, Kayla rated it liked it. Overall I think this series would be fun and enjoyable if I was a couple years youngee but I'm not and that really impacted my view on this series as it was very childish.
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Dec 02, Amelia rated it it was amazing. This book is about a girl named Tania. She is a Faerie princess. Tania can walk between worlds, between Faerie and the mortal world. She loves a boy named Edric.
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Tania gets sent to the mortal world and can't remember anything about her Faerie self. She has taken her parents to Faerie before and her mom tries to tell her what has happened, but she doesn't remember. She goes to her friend's house and Edric appears with her sister Rathina, using the Dark Arts to get to her. Then Tania's dead sister This book is about a girl named Tania.
Then Tania's dead sister appears and heals her memory and goes back to the place where dead Faerie folk go. Faerie folk are immortal, but not invulnerable. A plague has recently hit Faerie and killed many people.
Edric uses the Dark Arts to call all of Tania's past selves together. They go to Faerie and her friend follows them. They have to go defeat the evil man who has taken over Faerie. I gave this book five stars because it was very intriguing and I couldn't put it down. It had a lot of suspense and romance. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes princess stories, romance, and fantasy.
Feb 20, Nicole rated it did not like it. I don't know why I keep reading the next book in this series. It's dumb and the writing is terrible. I guess I just want to know how the story ends. I do not recommend this series. Jun 06, The Winter Rose rated it it was ok Shelves: young-adult. If this is just a 6th book with another one coming, I love it. However if this is the conclusion to the series as the blurb says, then I am underwhelmed because too much was left unresolved and it left off on a surprisingly open end with minimal satisfaction given.
As a 6th book with another coming, I would give it four stars. I loved the story and the characters. I was happy to see Zara again too, if only briefly. Are they really going to wrap that up THAT early? What the heck is going on in the rest of the book now? However, if this is actually the final installment, I have to give it 2 stars because not enough was wrapped up.
Too much is left unresolved. For one, I want to see Edric have consequences for using the Dark Arts so much. I want a final book with Edric being the villain and Tania having to save or kill him. Because we need to see why the Dark Arts are so bad. Also, what happens with Mary and Clive Palmer? We never learn if Tania can sidestep in between worlds again. We never learn if she gets reunited with her parents or how she chooses to live her life — as a mortal or a faerie or if she continues to bounce between both worlds.
We also never learn what happens with Oberon and the pact. We are left off on a cliffhanger, which, for a final book, is not too great, in my opinion. We never know if and how Faerie is restored. So until it becomes clear to me what this book is, I am going halfway between both scores and leaving it at a 3 for now. Jan 22, Emily rated it really liked it. I should have written reviews right after each book, because I read them so quickly that I can't seperate them in my mind.
All 6 books are just one long story I remember really enjoying it and not being able to put it down. That's not good when it is such a long series because my housework tends to suffer. I didn't like this series as much as Maria V. Snyder's stories, but it kind of reminds me of them. Teenagers discovering magical abilities, evil villians, heros, I should have written reviews right after each book, because I read them so quickly that I can't seperate them in my mind.
Teenagers discovering magical abilities, evil villians, heros, and heroines, love triangles, etc, Fearie Path is maybe meant for a more juvenile audience, but I can be pretty juvenile sometimes! Dec 26, Catalina rated it liked it. I thought the beginning of the series was amazing.
Simply put. As the series progressed, I found myself skipping pages, skimming pages, and just wanting to get to the end. I was curious as to how the series would end and decided to read the last book. Big disappointment. The ending left more questions than the previous book and the series feels unfinished. There are limitless possibilities on what happens afterward and the book is just a long journey Aug 25, Clean Books rated it it was ok Shelves: don-t-read , fantasy.
The Charmed Return was good, but I feel like it could have been better. That is because I feel like Tania could have had gotten her memory back slower, and other stuff in the book should have happened slower. I also feel like more could have happened in this book. I really wouldn't suggest this book, or this book series to anyone because I just feel like it is boring, and just a really weird book series that the author wrote.
It is a very clean book, but I just feel like it is boring and I just The Charmed Return was good, but I feel like it could have been better. It is a very clean book, but I just feel like it is boring and I just want to get done with the book. Also it does get a little better once you keep reading the books except the last book, "The Charmed Return" wasn't that good but, I still wouldn't suggest reading this book series. If you are going to read it, I would suggest being 11 and older to read this book because I feel like little kids really wouldn't get this book, and I would also recommend being prepared for some weird.
Apr 09, Naomi rated it did not like it Shelves: worst , reviewed , owned.