A Review of Fae-The Wild Hunt by Graham Austin-King

Fae-The Wild Hunt by Graham Austin-King Review by S.H. Mansouri   Graham Austin-King puts the bite back into the world of fairy tales with the first of the Riven Wyrde trilogy: Fae-The Wild Hunt.  This story is told from the perspective of three main characters, though the viewpoints of the entire cast works to weave one fundamental tale. We are first introduced to Miriam and her young son, Devin, who are in an all too familiar situation.  The father and husband drinks too much, is unemployed, and takes it out on his family. After a shocking opening scene -courtesy of

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