Chicory Up by Irene Radford

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There are still a few too many entanglements being superficially touched upon and some of the characters seem to act a bit illogically so this story can be a bit challenging to interpret. This work is slightly better than the first in the series but still not quite representative of Ms Radford’s normally fascinating tales.
-Night Owl Sci-Fi

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Exiled from Pixie and deprived of almost all her Pixie magic, Thistle Down had made a life for herself with the help of Desdemona “Dusty” Carrick and her brother Dick. But trouble was brewing among all the Pixie tribes, fueled by Haywood Wheatland, a half-Pixie/half-Faery, who was determined to seize control of The Ten Acre Wood for the Faeries.
 
Thistle, Dick, Dusty, and her fiancé, Police Sergeant Chase Norton, thought the threat to Skene Falls and The Ten Acre Wood had ended with Haywood’s arrest, but they were wrong. The Pixie tribes were preparing for war, and only an inexperienced Pixie named Chicory was taking a stand. And even if he could convince Thistle and her new family to help him, it might already be too late.


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Published May 1, 2012 by DAW. 303 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Night Owl Sci-Fi

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Reviewed by ELF on Jun 04 2012

There are still a few too many entanglements being superficially touched upon and some of the characters seem to act a bit illogically so this story can be a bit challenging to interpret. This work is slightly better than the first in the series but still not quite representative of Ms Radford’s normally fascinating tales.

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