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Wicked Lovely

14 Ratings: 2.7
A novel by Melissa Marr

   Melissa Marr adds elegantly to the sub-genre of Urban Faery with this enticing, well-researched fantasy for teens. Wicked Lovely takes place in modern-day Huntsdale, a small city south of Pittsburgh whose name evokes the Wild Hunt of mythology. … see full wiki

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Author: Melissa Marr
Publisher: HarperCollins
5 reviews about Wicked Lovely
review by . June 23, 2010
The Wickedest of All
“…Rule #1:  Don’t ever attract faeries’ attention.”      In the novel, Wicked Lovely, Melissa Marr creates a modern world of immortal faeries, who move invisibly among human beings, thrive on earthly pleasures, and transform unwitting mortals into immortal fey.  When Marr introduces the confident and savvy Aislinn into the novel, she introduces a rarity.  Unlike everyone else, Aislinn is a teenaged girl who can see the invisible faeries …
Quick Tip by . June 30, 2010
a good book, just not good enough to make me read the reat of them. its an origional idea, it just moved really slowly and the story just didnt take me in.
review by . November 13, 2009
Aislinn might seem like an average teenager- but she is quite far from it. For Aislinn sees faeries. Faeries who are powerful and mischievous... who walk amongst humans, but remain unseen. She has learned to live with her sight and even has rules - for she must NEVER stare at invisible fairies; NEVER speak to invisible fairies; and, most importantly, NEVER attract their attention.    Luckily for Aislinn - she has found a "safe harbor" at her friend, Seth's, house. You see Seth …
review by . March 13, 2009
Similar in feeling to Twilight.    I had read some recommendations for this book from Twilight fans,  which is why I picked it up. And while it definitely isn't as good as  the Twilight books, the comparison is valid. In both book series, a high  school girl, with an ability that differentiates her from her peers  becomes a part of a supernatural world and is pursued by a  devastatingly handsome nonhuman. The tone of the book …
review by . August 02, 2007
Aislinn has always seen faeries; as a young child, her grandmother gave her three essential rules for dealing with the fey folk that most people cannot see. Above all, she should not let them know she could see them, though Aislinn has found that particular dictate trying over her almost eighteen years. She knows how evil some of them can be, pinching, pulling hair, and tripping people, and she fears what will happen if she calls attention to herself. So when she realizes that several fey folk are …
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