The Prince of Two Tribes

The Prince of Two Tribes

Book - 2010
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Brendan figures his troubles are over. Sure, he's going to have to hide the fact that he's a Faerie from his human family and his friends at school, but now that he's been initiated and survived his quest, the hardest part is behind him. Right? Wrong. In The Prince of Two Tribes, Brendan discovers that his troubles are only beginning. He has to prove his worthiness to the Faerie World in a series of difficult tests, and he's having trouble mastering even the simplest of his talents.


Publisher: Toronto : Puffin Canada, 2010
ISBN: 9780143171225
Branch Call Number: YF CUL NVD
Characteristics: 357 p. ; 21 cm

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Greece1999
Aug 25, 2011

It was as good as first one, almost better. I reccommend this book to fantsy lovers. This book is good through and through. READ IT!!!!

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somethinghere123
Aug 23, 2011

This book... is sooooo awesome!

*Spoiler*
Not very fond of Charlie now that she's helping Puke with his 'destroy-all-humans' thing. Even if she didn't want to betray Brendan (yes, she did, even if she said that she didn't).
Haha, Lugh deserved to be stuck in the floor. Cheater.

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somethinghere123
Aug 23, 2011

somethinghere123 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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somethinghere123
Sep 09, 2011

Brendan is having trouble using his newfound Faerie powers. When a strange Lutin (another word for Faerie) inserts herself into his life, things start to get interesting. Now, he has to deal with the Proving Challenges during the Gathering of the Clans (if he fails, he either dies of gets exiled), people spying on him, and keeping his Faerie nature a secret from his friends and family.

Don't worry, the books is REALLY good, even if this summary isn't a very good one.

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somethinghere123
Sep 09, 2011

"Oh no, you got that 'Brendan did something impossible' look on your faces."
-Brendan Clair; when he managed to break Saskia's sacred circle.

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