Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Kelley Winslow has left her family home in search of a dream to which all young actresses aspire to act on the grand stage in New York City. She finds herself as a understudy in a small theater called Avalon, way off Broadway. And all the actors there are not as they seem. In a twist of fate, she receives the chance of a life time. The lead in A Midsummer's Night's Dream. But things go array, and she finds herself caught in a plot thicker than Shakespeare and far more dangerous.
This book had humor, wit, adventure, and love. I thought it was a great quick read. If you are looking for a book about faeries and you want something that doesn't take itself too seriously, this book would be it. There was some mild language, but overall, I liked the story line. The main characters were like-able and you wanted them to succeed. I would give this book three out of five foxes.