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  • Title: Nomad
  • Author: R.J. Anderson
  • ISBN: 9781408326480
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Exiled from her underground home by Betony, the jealous queen of the piskeys, Ivy sets out to make a new life for herself in the world above a quest that leads her to mystery, adventure, and a hoard of spriggan treasure But a deadly poison still lingers in the Delve, and Ivy cannot bear to see her people dying under Betony s rule.With the help of some old friends she seExiled from her underground home by Betony, the jealous queen of the piskeys, Ivy sets out to make a new life for herself in the world above a quest that leads her to mystery, adventure, and a hoard of spriggan treasure But a deadly poison still lingers in the Delve, and Ivy cannot bear to see her people dying under Betony s rule.With the help of some old friends she sets out to warn the piskeys of their danger, urging them to rise up and free themselves before it is too late Yet Betony will not give up her kingdom without a fight and when her evil threatens the friends and family Ivy holds most dear, it will take all Ivy s courage, daring and determination to save them.The eagerly awaited sequel to Swift from bestselling author, R J Anderson
    Nomad Exiled from her underground home by Betony the jealous queen of the piskeys Ivy sets out to make a new life for herself in the world above a quest that leads her to mystery adventure and a hoard o

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    1. I just re read this and SWIFT back to back shh, it s been a few years, I d forgotten a lot of it and am so very proud of the way Ivy and Martin s story turned out I wish than ever that I d been able to write the third book in the series, if only because I want to know what happens next Sigh Maybe someday

    2. 4.5 starsThe Faerie Rebels and Swift series are pure YA gold, worthy of a spriggan hoard In Nomad, we pick up right where Swift left off with Ivy banished from the Delve and in the company of Richard now Martin And though details were a bit hazy to me, seeing as I read Swift 2 years ago, thankfully, Susana was reading it now, so I could ask questions to my heart s content.Ivy and Martin, while hiding in a cave, come upon a hoard of spriggan treasure which allows them to live in comfort But that [...]

    3. So, I ve just finished this story, and in the aftermath of this glorious experience, all I can say is basically THE FOLLOWING ONE, BETTER NOT BE THIS SERIES LAST VOLUME How can I possibly face a world without all of these characters Okay, Martin s dramatics may have rubbed off a tiny bit on me BUT it s true I will miss all of them, as sure as I would miss long time friends.This is an amazing series that develops contemporary issues, giving them spotlight in these characters lives Who cares if th [...]

    4. THIS BOOK IS AMAZE BALLSivy and martin there is no denying i am in love with them they make this book worth it i am literally going to go crazy till i find out when the next book is coming outGahhhhh i need book now i ll go cavewoman on R.J.Anderson ass if the next book isn t as amazing.i read the book in kindel as hard copies are not yet out though i m definitly still buying a hard copy.

    5. I listened to this as an audio book and loved it all The suspense was killing at me and at one stage I was so afraid that something might happen I did not want to read it any But it is a lovely adventure filled fairy tale, that was delightful to read There was some violence and some scary parts but other than that no bad content I guess there was also some romance But it was a very fun enjoyable story.

    6. Just love it I don t know what else to say Just want to gush, really.I also love the parallels you can find between these faery experiences and, well, humankind Tribalism, war, refugees, identity, societal convention, prejudice, the complexities and complications of the different types of relationships we have, forgiveness, politics etc, etc I mean, it s not like RJ Anderson set out to write a series of scientific observations faery feels are real It s just that there s a surprising amount of de [...]

    7. spoilerish for people who know me and can read between the lines.I loved Swift and was apprehensive as I opened this book, but by the end of the first chapter I knew that I wasn t going to be disappointed Ivy continues to be a great characterization, which Anderson develops beautifully I particularly relate to her stubborn nature, which complements her courage well This book actually brought me over to Martin s side too, despite his self indulgent style but Anderson weaves a wonderful story arc [...]

    8. Like, all of R.J Anderson s books, Nomad was great I loved the plot line and still loved all her characters, but I found Ivy unnecessarily thick at times For example view spoiler when she flew to London quickly and felt heavy and no birds attacked her It wasn t just a coincidence She was obviously a peregrine, not a swift Later on, I found her confrontation with Betony very interesting, particularly the layers of Betony and Jenny we saw I didn t expect Jenny to stand up for Ivy, or Betony to be [...]

    9. Firstly beautiful cover NOMAD was lovely It follows Ivy, who s a piskey, banished from her home and still trying to convince her people that the cave they live in is slowly poisoning them Meanwhile, she s in exile with Martin, half faery and half spriggan, who would like to find his own people But it s she, not Martin, who keeps having dreams about a spriggan boy from hundreds of years ago One thing I think the author does especially well is writing deep emotion for characters who hold their fee [...]

    10. A wonderful book Reading this made me remember my first encounter with R.J Anderson s writing in Knife I fell in love with her take on faeries then, and I m still in awe of her stories now.

    11. Sad I FINISHED IT Update I have now re read this book This is my opinion WTF Seriously, cliffhanger Really bad cliffhanger And no in series Bookworm445 sad Arrgh

    12. I LOVE this series and I can not understand I ve tried very hard why it is not popular I m used to big fandoms and was surprised at the lack of fan art and fanfiction that this wonderful story deserves I encourage anyone reading this to read this book series and recommend it to all your friends as it is honestly the only good series about faeries that I ve ever read and I m 16.

    13. Originally posted here at Random Musings of a Bibliophile.You know I like a series and the work an author produces when I m willing to order the books from the UK because they are just not available in the US In fact, when it comes to R.J Anderson s Faery books I pre order them The wait for Nomad seemed eternal because I have been waiting for it ever since the day I finished reading Swift my thoughts It was worth every minute of the wait.As Ivy s story continues, she is still the fierce stubborn [...]

    14. Over a long weekend holiday, I ve managed to consume lots of chocolate and lots of books Of the dozen I ve indulged in, this is my favourite It was yummy I d even have given up all the chocolate for it Martin s been my favourite character for a long, long time in this series Still it s been positively worth the wait to discover his story How to say anything about it without spoiling its delicious velvety chocolately satisfactoriness Yep, I know those are not real words but I hope they adequately [...]

    15. After reading Swift I was so hungry to find out what had happened to Ivy and Martin that I couldnt wait to get stuck into Nomad.From the first page R J Anderson manages to grip the readers attention I literally found it hard to tear myself away from this book, I have to say I thought all the other books were amazing in this series but Nomad has got to be one of the best other than Knife of course it was so easy to get into as you already know most of the characters from Swift which was left on a [...]

    16. I must ve liked this I listened to the entire audio book in one day I love Martin as a character, wish I could remember him from Arrow The plot seemed a bit over the place with too much going on and the inclusion of Robin and his lot felt a tad gratutious, with the same Martin seems to disappear but its not his choice tactic which happened in the last book too However, the prose was good, the banter between Ivy and Martin splendid and it definitely kept me entertained view spoiler But Jenny How [...]

    17. So how can I really describe how I feel about this book there are kind of no words but just this really lovely warm fuzzy feeling I used to read books about fairies, magic etc when I was younger and they are really the sorts of books that opened my eyes to reading I picked up KNIFE in 2009 or 2010 and I instantly fell in love with this world that was laid out for me the characters, the magic and I felt like I did all those years ago Five years later, here I am, sitting at my desk at university a [...]

    18. Still loved this book and cannot wait for the next one I hope I will remember to read it since it is not added on yet which means I cannot add it to a list Such a shame.

    19. This is a stunning book of mystery, friendship, secrets, love and adventure A great read for teens and adults Definitely counting on there being another one in the series

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