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Nomad Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBExiled from her underground home by Betony, the jealous queen of the piskeys, Ivy sets out to make a new life for herself in the world above a quest that leads her to mystery, adventure, and a hoard of spriggan treasure But a deadly poison still lingers in the Delve, and Ivy cannot bear to see her people dying under Betony s ruleWith the help of some old friends she sets out to warn the piskeys of their danger, urging them to rise up and free themselves before it is too late Yet Betony will not give up her kingdom without a fight and when her evil threatens the friends and family Ivy holds most dear, it will take all Ivy s courage, daring and determination to save themThe eagerly awaited sequel to Swift from bestselling author, R J Anderson.

  • Paperback
  • 352
  • Nomad
  • R.J. Anderson
  • English
  • 06 February 2018
  • 1408326485

About the Author: R.J. Anderson

Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBRJ Rebecca Anderson was born in Uganda, raised in Ontario, and has spent much of her life dreaming of other worlds entirely She is the author of ten traditionally published fantasy SF books for children and teens, including the UK bestselling faery romance KNIFE Her new Flight and Fire Trilogy begins with SWIFT and NOMAD in Aug Nov , ending with the brand new novel TORCH in February TE I ve decided to only write text reviews from now on, as I find star ratings too limiting and not nuanced enough But for the books I ve already rated, see below ABOUT MY BOOK RATINGS stars I loved this book so much that I expect to read it again and again I reserve this for beloved classics and books that knocked my socks off stars I really enjoyed the book and or thought it was excellently done there is a good possibility that I ll re read it stars I enjoyed the book and thought it was well done Should not be taken as belittling the book or its author it really does mean I liked it stars I didn t connect to this book as I d hoped This category includes books by authors whose other works I truly love, so it s not a dealbreaker Just found this particular book wasn t for me star DNF Definitely not for me But I won t be reviewing it because I choose to focus on books I enjoy.



10 thoughts on “Nomad

  1. R.J. R.J. says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBI just re read this and SWIFT back to back shh, it s been a few years, I d forgotten a lot of it and am so very proud of the way Ivy and Martin s story turned out I can t wait to finally share the brand new third book of the trilogy with my readers in February 2021

  2. Rosamund Hodge Rosamund Hodge says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBMY HEART EXPLODED.Update, 4 years later MY HEART IS STILL EXPLODING.

  3. Suzannah Suzannah says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBThis book finishes the story begun in SWIFT, and also reveals that the series is a spin off of another series which, like a turnip, I didn t begin with Oh well.I enjoyed this story eventhan SWIFT, especially the final quarter or so which set up a series of wonderfully heart wrenching dilemmas As with the previous book, I loved that this one was tonally very much a throwback to the YA literature of the 1950s and 60s think of THE DARK IS RISING or THE CHRONICLES OF PRYDAIN There s darkn This book finishes the story begun in SWIFT, and also reveals that the series is a spin off of another series which, like a turnip, I didn t begin with Oh well.I enjoyed this story eventhan SWIFT, especially the final quarter or so which set up a series of wonderfully heart wrenching dilemmas As with the

  4. Isa Lavinia Isa Lavinia says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUB4.5 starsThe Faerie Rebels and Swift series are pure YA gold, worthy of a spriggan hoard In Nomad, we pick up right where Swift left off with Ivy banished from the Delve and in the company of Richard now Martin And though details were a bit hazy to me, seeing as I read Swift 2 years ago, thankfully, Susana was reading it now, so I could ask questions to my heart s content.Ivy and Martin, while hiding in a cave, come upon a hoard of spriggan treasure which allows them to live inco 4.5 starsThe Faerie Rebels and Swift ser

  5. Susana Susana says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBSo, I ve just finished this story, and in the aftermath of this glorious experience, all I can say is basically THE FOLLOWING ONE, BETTER NOT BE THIS SERIES LAST VOLUME How can I possibly face a world without all of these characters Okay, Martin s dramatics may have rubbed off a tiny bit on me BUT it s true I will miss all of them, as sure as I would miss long time friends.This is an amazing series that develops contemporary issues, giving them spotlight in these characters live So, I ve just finished this story, and in the aftermath of this glorious experience, all I can say is basically THE FOLLOWING ONE, BETTER NOT BE THIS SERIES LAST VOLUME How can I possibly face a world without all of these characte

  6. Geanie Geanie says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBTHIS BOOK IS AMAZE BALLSivy and martin there is no denying i am in love with them they make this book worth it i am literally going to go crazy till i find out when the next book is coming outGahhhhh i need book now i ll go cavewoman on R.J.Anderson ass if the next book isn t as amazing.i read the book in kindel as hard copies are not yet out though i m definitly still buying a hard copy.

  7. Nisma Nisma says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBJust love it I don t know what else to say Just want to gush, really.I also love the parallels you can find between these faery experiences and, well, humankind Tribalism, war, refugees, identity, societal convention, prejudice, the complexities and complications of the different types of relationships we have, forgiveness, politics etc, etc I mean, it s not like

  8. Jane Jane says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBI was so not ready for this story to be over Such a glorious sequel, that had me hooked the whole time.I love how the characters continue to grow and develop since the first book, and I just fellin love with them.The storytelling of this book is masterful and I enjoyed the whole s

  9. Neptune Violin Neptune Violin says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBLike, all of R.J Anderson s books, Nomad was great I loved the plot line and still loved all her characters, but I found Ivy unnecessarily thick at times For example view spoiler when she flew to London quickly and felt heavy and no birds attacked her It wasn t just a coincidence She was obviously a peregrine, not a swift Later on, I found her confrontation with Betony very interesting, particularly the layers of Betony and Jenny we saw I didn t expect Jenny to stand up for Ivy, or Bet Like, all of R.J Anderson s books, Nomad was great I loved the plot line and still loved all her characters, but I found Ivy unnecessarily thick at times For example view spoiler when she flew to London quickly and felt heavy and no birds attacked her It wasn t just a coincidence She was obviously

  10. Rose Rose says:

    Paperback ò Nomad ePUB Ð nomad book, NomadNomad ePUBFirstly beautiful cover NOMAD was lovely It follows Ivy, who s a piskey, banished from her home and still trying to convince her people that the cave they live in is slowly poisoning them Meanwhile, she s in exile with Martin, half faery and half spriggan, who would like to find his own people But it s she, not Martin, who keeps having dreams about a spriggan boy from hundreds of years ago One thing I think the author does especially well is writing deep emotion for characters who hold Firstly beautiful cover NOMAD was lovely It follows Ivy, who s a pis

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