Lilian Oake
Nahtaia: A Faery's Tale
August 14, 2018 Comments.. 168
Nahtaia A Faery s Tale Updated edition found here Every faery is born with a gift Every gift is used for the good of fae existence but when a troublesome faery is blessed with the greatest of abilities the outcome doesn t

  • Title: Nahtaia: A Faery's Tale
  • Author: Lilian Oake
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 466
  • Format: ebook
  • Updated edition found here.Every faery is born with a gift Every gift is used for the good of fae existence, but when a troublesome faery is blessed with the greatest of abilities, the outcome doesn t look so promising Nahtaia is a mischievous, Jayd rian faery with one of the greatest of gifts distortion After accidentally turning a human boy into faery size, her powerUpdated edition found here.Every faery is born with a gift Every gift is used for the good of fae existence, but when a troublesome faery is blessed with the greatest of abilities, the outcome doesn t look so promising Nahtaia is a mischievous, Jayd rian faery with one of the greatest of gifts distortion After accidentally turning a human boy into faery size, her powers are immediately seized by the Jayd rian Voices and banishment is a likely punishment Luckily, the Minister of Fae Assignment is unaware of her mistake With the help of a pine faery named Oren, Nahtaia must find a way to change the human back to his natural state and regain her abilities, all while keeping hidden from the keen eyes of the Ministers of the faery realm lest she be stripped of her wings and doomed to a life without the one thing she loves most magic.

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    1. Joshua Robertson says:

      A super fun read with hilarious characters. This is a world I would happily explore over and over again.

    2. T.K. Toppin says:

      For a story that started off as a sort of teaser to Lilian Oake's upcoming release Jaydurian, it pretty much manifested into a stand-alone book. The tale itself kept me riveted as the lead character wended her way through many adventures, mishaps, and revelations. The interaction between the lead, Nahtaia, and those around her were convincing and entertaining that I found myself rooting for each of them. While the story of Nahtaia is unedited and 'raw', don't let this deter you from giving it a [...]

    3. Amber says:

      This was an awesome Faery Fairy Tale that I read for free on the Wattpad website!The story is about a moon fairy named Nahtaia who is infatuated and curious with the humans that she takes every chance she gets to secretly observe them. When she is followed by the pine fairy Oren towards the farm house where she has been masquerading as a human, she is captured by one of them and in revenge she shrinks one of them. Will her folly make her lose her wings and banish her from the land of the fairies [...]

    4. Rebekah Jonesy says:

      Love. Love. Love it. Love the quest. Adore the characters. Enchanted by the story. Laughed out loud several times and smiled my way through the entire book. I like feisty main characters and this book has three of them. Easily the most feel good book I read this year. I would recommend this book to anyone from 8-80. 5 stars and 5 hearts. Adorbs.

    5. Lana Del Slay says:

      I get nitpicky. This is well-known to anyone who's had the misfortune to ask me to edit for her: the devil's in the details. A story has to work really hard to convince me not to nitpick, to leave something alone as a style decision, and some decisions will never have that excuse. Part of why I pick is because I write, too. I haven't published yet; I'm slow, ponderous, and so critical of my own work that I will give it up midstream if I realise it's terrible. God forbid anyone who doesn't know m [...]

    6. Misty Carroll says:

      If you love action, adventure, comedy & a little romance, here's a book for you. If you love being swept away into the story, here is the author for you. Diana Ilinca has the gift of making you "feel" like you're part of her stories due to her detailed descriptions & believable dialogue. This story is about Nahatia, a fairy, who is sometimes a little too curious for her own good. You will join her & her friends on her journey to also discover herself. It's a truly fun read and advent [...]

    7. Kevin Breaux says:

      Spoiler Free ReviewI took a week and read Nahtaia a little bit at a time. I am impressed with Diana's skills as an author and a creator of fantasy. She is clearly well versed in the genre and you can tell she loves it. I believe we will be seeing a lot more for her in the future, and I expect it will be all fantastic.

    8. Leticia Vega says:

      This was a great read. Nahtaia's adventure was enjoyable and entertaining. There were so many scenes that I loved and reread several times. It was well worth the time! Though it's available to read for free, I wouldn't hesitate to purchase it for my kindle or in hardcover/paperback and add it to my library.

    9. Alma Cabot says:

      This book held my attention throughout the entire story even though I read it on wattpad it drew me in and made me feel as if iwas there for the entire book.

    10. Christina Christman says:

      I LOVED this!!! I hope the author makes a sequel. the way Oren & Nahtaia bickered constantly was cute lol. however I would've liked to see Nahtai & Terry's friendship deepen.

    11. Arely says:

      I couldn't stop reading it!! This definitely sparked my interest in Zirconya as well as reinforced my interest in fantasy. A fresh look at a new world!

    12. Nina Lassam says:

      I loved this novel. It was funny, uplifting and the characters had personalities that you could really picture.

    13. Huband Huband says:

      This book can be found in the free e-reader "WattPad" which is used to read, write and evaluate new books and writers.

    14. Lilian Oake says:

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