Unseelie (The Unseelie duology, 1)
Unseelie by Ivelisse Housman is an amazing book about two young twins: Iselia and Isolde. These sisters look exactly alike, but they couldn’t be more different. Iselia is an autistic changeling left in the world of humans by the Fae at a young age. She has never really fit in, unlike her sister, Isolde. Iselia’s magic makes it even harder to fit in. To fix this, Iselia and her sister get drawn into a hunt for a fabled treasure that may fix everything about her life.
But when the heist goes wrong, Iselia and Isolde find themselves unraveling the mystery of the Fae. When the sisters find themselves deep in all the secrets of the Fae, they realize that things are not as simple as they seem. Can Iselia master her magic fast enough to protect herself, her sister, and the secrets of the Fae?
Unseelie was a good read; I enjoyed how the twins were completely different but still loved each other deeply. I don’t quite think that this book is for kids aged ten to fifteen. It was a little bit too serious and didn’t have a lot of funny stuff in it. I liked the fantasy in the book and I think that others will too. I think Unseelie would be a good read for older teens and young adults; it’s definitely worth the read!
|Page Count||432 pages|
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