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Paperback 448 Pages / Published: 28/04/2011
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The third instalment of Aprilynne Pike's extraordinary faerie tale of magic and mystery, romance and danger, described by Stephenie Meyer as "a remarkable debut".

On the first day of Laurel's senior year there are two new arrivals. Tamani - the electrifying faerie with whom she shares an undeniable connection - appears, posing as a foreign exchange student. And even more disturbing is another foreign exchange student named Yuki whom Laurel quickly realises is a faerie, though the new girl doesn't seem to have any idea who or what she really is.

Laurel is determined to figure out how Yuki fits into the picture, and what connection she may have to the ever-increasing threats to her family and Avalon. Meanwhile, Laurel struggles to maintain a balance between her human boyfriend David and Tamani, with whom she shares a passionate past. But balancing two worlds is becoming more and more complicated. When the threat to Avalon grows ever stronger, Laurel's illusion of control of the situation shatters and she must confront a danger even greater than the trolls.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007314386
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 185 x 130 x 28 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Praise for WINGS
"Aprilynne Pike's WINGS is a remarkable debut; the ingenuity of the mythology is matched only by the startling loveliness with which the story unfolds."
-Stephenie Meyer, author of the Twilight Saga

"An enthralling story of danger and love. This reinterpretation of the faerie story is one that will captivate readers with its plausibility and imagination."
-Romantic Times

"Silky narration . . . delicious escapism."
-Kirkus Reviews

"[The book] has an interesting love triangle... The writing is accessible and easygoing, but pace and tension gathers efficiently in the background." TheBookBag.co.uk

"Unputdownable!" Mizz

"The story is well-written; Laurel's developing relationships... are convincing and the plot rattles along with enough conviction to hold your interest." School Librarian

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“i love this book its the best!!!!!”

this book is one of the best books i read i loved it soo much i couldn't put it down its all about how hard it is to make a choice between to people you love and who you can really trust, how stressing it can be... More

Paperback edition
18th March 2012
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“good but disappointing end”

Loved the boo up until the end were so many things were left unfinished it was frustrating, and there was no suggestion of a next book.
I would suggested this book to be read when and if the next book comes out so you... More

Paperback edition
5th June 2011
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“loved it”

as with the 1st two i couldnt put it down. Aprilynne is an excellent writer :)
was a brilliant read and i enjoyed seeing how the story and characters were evolved.

Paperback edition
19th June 2012
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