Arrow

Rhosmari has lived her whole life on a sheltered chain of faery islands. But with the Empress's power growing, and her desire to enslave the entire faery race becoming a reality, Rhosmari knows she must fight back....


    Arrow Reviews

  • R.J.

    I am as proud of this book as I am of anything I've ever written. I hope those who've enjoyed the first two in the series will find it a satisfying resolution!...

  • Bee (Heart Full of Books)

    The exposition for race in this book is literally the best I've ever seen it. This is a book with a black female protagonist with an interracial romance. I really did not appreciate this diversity whe...

  • Josie

    I'm not sure how I feel about the character of Rhosmari! I liked that she had a reason for being a pacifist and that she was determined to stick to her principles, but she could be so passive at times...

  • Mizuki

    It is surprising for me to find myself caring and liking the miniature faeries and the humans in the story so much throughout this trilogy. Although I don't care about Rhysmari, the MC of this volume ...

  • Jess

    "Arrow" is the 3rd installment in the series about the Faeries of Great Britain and especially the ones of the Oakenwyld.R.J. Anderson takes us back into a magical world of love and war, true or false...

  • SuperCutekittycat

    I LOVE this series! It is so full of whimsy and magic. It is a little cheesy but it's still a great book.The little faeries makes it seem that this book is for children, and while this book is great f...

  • Denisa C

    I have finished this on the 4th, but given university finals, I didn't have the time or the creativity to write a review. This is a solid trilogy, as it is. I would say it has an open ending and at th...

  • Kat

    I'm a little ashamed to admit I spent much of the book wondering what the arrow of the title referred to. Happily, the reveal did not disappoint. A strong finish to R.J. Anderson's faery trilogy (yes,...

  • Mitticus

    I don't believe in the faery Rhosmari! I don't. I don't.(Hope that make her drop dead.)It's been a while since a protagonist did not make me so angry.Rhosmari is a fifteen-year-old fairy who lives on ...

  • Anne Hamilton

    I am an absolute sucker for stories which feature the power of names, so I really loved this! Arrow begins with the plight of the Children of Rhys, a group of Welsh fairies, whose island homes are hid...