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An Argument of Fairies by Cory Huff - Guest Blogger Book Review

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When Liam and Sophronia witness a murder committed by the Sidhe - fairy creatures out of nightmares - they flee for their lives. As they flee the Sidhe, they uncover an abandoned city where magic was taught through an ancient written text known as Ogham. Humanity once lived and worked with the Sidhe as equals, but now the city is only a haven of dangerous Sidhe creatures. There is very little time to figure out the mystery of what happened to the city, as Mindee, a dedicated Sidhe assassin, will stop at nothing to keep the secret Sidhe world safe from a humanity that they view as dangerous.

Independently, Aidan and Nia take faith journeys that diverge and lead them to intersect with Liam and Sophronia’s headlong flight. Together, the four of them put their faith and friendship to the test as they find a way to defend themselves from the single minded and implacable Mindee.

An Argument of Fairies is a fantasy novel that explores themes of forgotten language, trauma, and faith.

Cory Huff is a published author of one nonfiction book and hundreds of articles across a variety of magazine and blog publications. This is his debut novel.

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Jennifer's Review
It's a very good book that I enjoyed reading. 
It's about these young men and girls who have powers and use them for good. They are soon forced to fight an elf who is very powerful and wants to kill a couple of the kids.
Aiden has healing powers. Nia was a friend of his. Auley is Aiden's brother. And Sophrinia is a bard determined to go on adventures for stories. 
What happens to them and the elf they are fighting? You will have to read on to find out. 
3 stars.

Author Bio
The Starving Artist is a myth! Digital strategist to creative beings. I help artists sell their art online.
Beyond that, my favorite reading interests are books about art history, high fantasy, and biographies. 

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