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REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 ↠ [Read] ➲ Through the Faerie Glass Author Kenny Klein – Berkingmad.co.uk Kenny Klein draws on folkloric legend myth song and sagas to reveal the true nature of fairies where they live what they do their sexuality fears and talents for disguise enchantment and prophesy He a Kenny Klein draws on folkloric > the true nature of fairies where they live what they do their sexuality fears and talents for disguise enchantment and prophesy He also offers practical tips for those who dare to visit their world.

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REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Kenny Klein is an author and musician currently living in New Orleans.

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  • FlibBityFLooB

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassI picked this book up out of curiousity since I had read a large number of novels in 2010 that deal with the world of fae The premise of the book certainly sounded interesting with chapters ranging from Changelings to Faerie SexualityI have to say that the author failed to impress me due to his lack of literary finesse He was all over the place One page was focused on Scottish or IRish folklore then he jumped to Genesis from the bible followed by Zeus in Greek Mythology He jumped between


  • Morgan

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassYesterday I read Through the Faerie Glass by Kenny Klein a book I had high hopes for and very much wanted to like Unfortunately it didn't live up to my expectations I decided to review it here to share my thoughts on it with everyone This book is a truly mixed bag with good material and points side by side with bad One of the most frustrating things when reading it is that the author often states information without any references of sour


  • Steve Cran

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassMagickal people like to work with magickal beings One example of a magickal being would be a fairy Modern literature often time s portrays these magickal being as childlike innocent helpful and playful The reality however is much different Faeries can be hazardous to your healthWhere do faeries live Some say they live in an al


  • Tabitha

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie Glassvery slow unable to read the entire book i love faerie books and can't remember the last time I was unable to read a full book


  • Jessica

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassI had high hopes for this book Those hopes were hanged dashed drawn uartered and immolated all by the time the first chapter was finishedKlein spends his pages in the first chapter berating his readers suggesting that they are incredibly stupid if they should believe that any faerie ever could ever be inclined to be nice despite the stories to the contrary and some of the examples he provides himself later Besides being a waste of paper and ridiculously long winded it is also highly offensive He treats his reader like a child and judging from


  • Donna

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassI read Field Guide to the Little People before this particular book on faeries so when I picked this one up I thought it was going to be kind of along the same lines pretty straight forward of the whys and hows of faeries Actually they're like a collection of essays Not in and of itself bad but if it's not really your learning style or you're looking for something a little simpler to get into this might not be your bagIn all honesty I had some trouble getting into this book I wouldn't say it's overwrought but I just found my mind wande


  • Andrew Sapp

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassKenny Klein is a musician and it is through his knowledge of traditional folk ballads and folklore that Through the Faerie Glass is written In doing so he draws from a rich well and does a good job of weaving the threads from varies songs and stories into a fairly comprehensive view as far as I can tell of faeries and The Otherworld they inhabit Of course the faeries from these traditional sources aren't your flower fairies or Disney sanitized sprites They are often than not indifferent to the human suffering they cause perfectly capable of tortur


  • Chaeya

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassI like Kenny's approach with this book and I do like the casualness of it Especially right now when I don't want anything too literary It's like a conversation with Kenny He did do his research and I understand his dilemma of having to include so much in so small a book I have other books on fairies and they are exactly what he explained in the beginning the cute little tinkerbells However I don't think he was being overly negative I think he presented them in a very straight forward unbiased lightIn fact I love playing a faerie at the fair but I've known many of the stories he talks about in the book and many of them don't have a happy ending However it will not stop me from prancing and faerie dust It's just my nature


  • Musidom Duma

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassIt has multiple stories of the same story Variations and variations of the faerie story The great thing is It discusses mounds And best of all You will find a story that resonates the best with you Maybe you are pagan and work with faeries Love the


  • Marilag

    REVIEW Through the Faerie Glass 107 Through the Faerie GlassJust a uick review 'cause it actually deserves some words of I approve Mostly because I actually liked this book as opposed to the one about rituals and the dark and erotic side to fairy tales While most of the writing is familiar and repeats some of the ideas from the other book I did get a little tired of the whole all sexually active faeries are nymphs theories Klein has a much comprehensive explanation of the faery realm and the Welsh Irish Scottish folklore behind themIt was good stuff enough for me to be writing pages of notes about it But nevermind that part I'm a little fairy tale obsessed yes I know