[Ebook] Dissonance (Fallen Faery Tales #1) By Mariella Hunt – Ivogue.co.uk

Dissonance (Fallen Faery Tales #1) Fifteen Year Old Allie Grant Lives Crippled By Her Illness Though Kept In Isolation, She S Never Alone A Spirit Named Song Lurks In The Silence Of Her Bedroom.When Song Reveals Its Dark Nature On The Night Of Her Recital, The Show Ends In Tragedy Verging On Death, Allie S Taken In By An Uncle She S Never Met.Julian Claims To Be A Muse With Power Over Music And Answers That Ll Heal Her The Cure She Needs Is Rare, Requiring Of Him A Difficult Sacrifice Allie Soon Suspects Her Uncle Has A Secret That Ll Turn Her World Around.But With Days Left To Live, She Might Fade Without Learning The Truth Like The Finishing Chord Of A Song.


10 thoughts on “Dissonance (Fallen Faery Tales #1)

  1. says:

    Written by a young, talented, devoted writer Unique, deep, interesting characters with clear voices, each with their own story It s hard to pick a favorite, but I do love Tyson, haha I find this book to be magical, musical, amusing, easy to...


  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book Mariella has come up with a great story I can t wait for the next one FULL REVIEW HERE


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    Read reviews like this on my blog Indie books are in a select niche of stories that hark back to an era when writing was an expression of the artist s soul, rather than a mass market commercial product and in fact, despite the heavy criticism laid on the self published scene, the reality is that many self pub d books can provide a just as memorable or greater narrative as any traditionally published novel.Dissonance is one such indie book Young author, Mariella Hunt, has crafted a clever and subtle world of magic that derives from musical notes These Muses are capable of using songs for both good and evil purposes, and I have to admit that, despite reading a fair amount of fantasy, I d never seen music used in this manner before It s clever, and works well in the narrative, even if the magic is a little too subtle to fully realize its own potential.At the heart of it, Dissonance is a story about characters The plot follows Allie, a young Muse sick with Dissonance a rare medical condition that afflicts Muses and threatens to kill her Haunted by an evil spirit called Song, mistreated by her parents, and almost sold in an auction to people hell bent on destroying the fragile Veil between the mundane world and the magical world, Allie discovers the true meaning of family and love, in the form of her supposed uncle and savior...


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    Ally enters the world she belongs to but has never experienced, learning of wonder and life just as she begins to die As she struggles to reconcile what has happened with what will, she ultimately finds peace in the one thing she s never had before family.The characters carry this story For definitely sure Ally herself is your typical fish out of water, awkward, naive, and has her selfish, unlikable moments, but the people surrounding her force her to grow into someone better If you re patient, you ll find an addicted Muse, a lonely survivor, a vengeful sailor, and a humorous and hunky hot head among these pages While they seem disjointed at first, their roles click together and demonstrate the value of fighting for something outside of oneself They re funny, they re messy, they re hurting, and they re still beautiful.You have your good against evil, you have your mystical fairy world, you have a host of enchanting events and haunting back stories to carry the soup of the book, and I don t think they disappoint It s easy to read, and in many ways, it s the fairy tale you re familiar with and know better than the back of your own hand At the same time, I think it s the heart of the author, her characters, and her message that makes this even magical They all have to give to make it work, and in the end, that price only grows Is it worth it You ll have to de...


  5. says:

    I won this book in a giveaway This is my honest opinion There is an interesting twist in the story and there are certainly some unique things about it However, it s not something I would ve picked up for myself The ending was...


  6. says:

    An engaging and emotionally complex novel with a rich cast of characters A Faery tale of a different kind with a take on magic that also serves as an allegory for artistic creativity Dissonance starts as a slow burn and steadily gains pace sweeping you up...


  7. says:

    This is a very emotional fantasy involving the unfair pressures placed upon the shoulders of a fifteen year old girl in a world where art and music hail from a kind of primordial, magical realm and where some songs are Dark songs The characters are all sharply drawn, with everyone having different motivations and desires T...


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    Fifteen year old Allie lives almost in isolation, an illness inspiring her mother to keep her nearly quarantined, claiming the cold outside will make her sickness worse Her only friend A spirit named Song, who s perfectly friendly until Allie stops playing along Song, it seems, doesn t have Allie s best interest at heart, but then who does Allie s life is turned upside down as she learns who her parents were and what kind of investment they d made in her a Muse and as her new uncle and friends try to save her life before she succumbs to Dissonance, it s an internal battle to decide whether she wants to survive or if it would be better if she let death take her.What s so fascinating about this book is the simplistic and almost childish narrative reminiscent of Allie s seclusion and the way it contrasts the rather heavy themes of life and death Not only is Allie dying and struggling to find the will to fight and live guilt and despair at her own actions eat away at her for most of the novel, creating a powerful inner conflict the fantasy world that houses Muses and other creatures like dragons and elves is falling, and Julian and the gang are desperate to find a way to keep their homes from literally falling from the sky and onto Earth Put simply Art is at stake, and where there s a possibility for it to heal and bring beauty, there s also the possibility for it to h...


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    I loved the concept of Dissonance It was very clever and reminded me of synaesthesia through music and touch Allie s journey of self discovery was simple, but nice, and in the end I think the calm simplicity of her finding herself was what gave the story its charm The characters were the real highlight of this story Their interactions with each other were well thought out and emotionally varied and the characterisation of all the different characters was unique and interesting However, physically, there was not a lot of description, perhaps a little could have been added to aid to the imagination of the reader There were some really beautiful lines of dialogue and description in the novel, particularly towards the end, which I felt was a lot polished and well paced than the beginning The beginning had a lot of convenient happenings as well as plot points which I felt were confusing or could have been written clearer Things were also happening very fast which made it difficult to follow characters, motivation and where the main plot story was heading However, after it had settled down into a better pace and started to flow again, it was enjoyable There wasn t too much of a climax and I think some o...


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    This review originally appeared on my blog.Mariella Hunt is one of my dearest online friends She and I met some time ago, but it s only recently that we ve begun talking and collaborating often When Hunt rereleased her debut YA urban fantasy novel Dissonance, she was kind enough to send me a paperback copy.I was even excited to dive into this book when she told me she s been working on the sequel I m not big into series I know, I know , but this is one I can definitely see myself reading of.First off, Dissonance is urban fantasy, which isn t a genre I ve read much of although my novel Reflections is urban fantasy, too, so maybe I should read in that genre Anyway, although the story is urban fantasy, it was fairly easy for me to navigate the events and setting of the novel My only issue with regards to worldbuilding is that there were a few places I found it difficult to follow along with the mythology Hunt has clearly invested a great deal of time, thought, and effort into developing a cohesive magical system and environment for this novel, and this degree of consideration definitely shows However, at times, the terminology and social hierarchy confused me.Nevertheless, I found the characters,...


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