Coexist

  • Title: Coexist
  • Author: Anna Tan
  • ISBN: 9781311080165
  • Page: 401
  • Format: ebook
  • Coexist Jane Hays has been told all her life that it s dangerous to be out in the forest past sundown At fifteen she s quite sure that it s all old wives tales yet why does her village bar the gates every n
    Jane Hays has been told all her life that it s dangerous to be out in the forest past sundown At fifteen, she s quite sure that it s all old wives tales yet, why does her village bar the gates every night Why do they even have gates When she is caught in an unexpected rainstorm on her way home, Jane ignores all the warnings and seeks shelter in a cottage in the middJane Hays has been told all her life that it s dangerous to be out in the forest past sundown At fifteen, she s quite sure that it s all old wives tales yet, why does her village bar the gates every night Why do they even have gates When she is caught in an unexpected rainstorm on her way home, Jane ignores all the warnings and seeks shelter in a cottage in the middle of the forest Soon, she is caught up in a world of magic and beauty and in the storm of the Fairy Queen s wrath.The Fairy Queen is out for blood There have been intruders human intruders in her domain and she will stop at nothing to find them and kill them After all, it is only fair She is only seeking retribution for the death that humans leave in their wake But Jane isn t all that she seems to be And the events of the night aren t as innocent as they appear A tale of magic, fairy creatures and family, Coexist is a novella for the young and the young at heart.

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      Published :2020-01-21T15:57:25+00:00

    About Anna Tan


    1. Anna Tan grew up in Malaysia, the country that is not Singapore In 2015, she traded in a life of annoying other bean counters for one of annoying the online world with questions about life and death and everything in between The answer is sometimes 42 When she is not writing or nitpicking over other writers copy, she can be found reading a book or attempting to organise her room.


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    1. Fairy tales, we’ve all heard them, read them and know they happen in a magical land filled with creatures who may or may not look like us. They all have one thing in common, they are magical, they have good people and very bad people and there is conflict that must be resolved for a happy ending.Welcome to Anna Tan’s world, where the title tells its own story. Coexist is a sweet tale with a hidden lesson in there, filled with centaurs, sprites, humans, elves and an ogre or two, as well as so [...]

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    2. A lot of chopping and changing in this short fantasy. It's set in Britain varying from the 1800s to 1900s with no explanation. And a character has to find Baba Yaga, who is a Central European myth, not a British one. Expect adlets - half human, half dog - dryads, centaurs and elves, with more to come. All because a girl was late getting home from picking herbs. The humans in the tale seemed to be only reacting, not changing anything nor themselves, and everything or everyone else seemed to want [...]

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    3. Loved this Story! I found this story to be a wounderfull telling about how we humans should never give up stories about magic and the Otherworldly beings.

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    4. Coexist is a story of 15-year-old Jane Hays who is lost and stranded in a forest after dark. She soon discovers the truth behind the old wives' tales about the forest. In her quest to find her way back home, she uncovers the mystery behind her true identity.Anna's novella reminds me of Stardust by Neil Gaiman. It filled me with wonder as I read about the many amazing and mythical fairy and magical creatures which fantasy genre lovers will be familiar with. She managed to cleverly use these many [...]

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    5. Anna Tan’s tale Coexist was a step away from my usual reads. A young adult fantasy novel, it drew me in from the beginning. I’ll admit that at first I had trouble following the story, but I attribute this to my lack of experience with the fantasy genre because once I caught on I was drawn in and mesmerized by her story. I read this in a single sitting while I was waiting for my daughter to finish up work, it took me a little under three hours but I am a fast reader. I loved the fact that Tan [...]

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    6. I read this on the author's blog during the A to Z Challenge. it's an amazing fantasy with unique characters and a few shout out to JRR Tolkien. it's been fleshed out, but that also made it a little choppy feeling.

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    7. An enjoyable read with an interesting Narnia-ish magical realm. You can read my honest review here:sholee/2016/02/mpov-co

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    8. This was a good book how ever I do wish the author had done more to make it more interesting. I look forward to reading more of this author's work.

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    9. Coexist by Anna Tan is a lovely fairytale about many different species all trying to live as best they can but not trying very hard or even knowing how to get along until one young girl Jane goes into the woods searching for herbs to make her unwell mother's medicine and then wanted to return home but had to shelter overnight from the rain. She found a house in the forest, empty but with a fire warmly glowing. She settled there comfortably and met the owner when he returned home himself out of t [...]

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    10. There was a lot of imagination in this book, but it felt disjointed. If you don't make sure to read the chapter headers you can get lost pretty quick because it jumps between decades at the drop of a hat. There isn't really a chance to get into any one character since it constantly switches points of view. But it was creative.

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    11. This was an amazing reading. I though I knew where the story was going when I started reading it, but I had no idea. So much happens in the tale, there are many interesting characters and there is this enchanted feeling that makes me smile.

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    12. The writing is fantastic. It kept me engaged and turning the pages. I did not understand why the dates are important or significant. Did not feel as though that added much to the story. The characters are good characters, and the story was interesting enough to get me to power through it in a day.Basically, a really well-written fairy tale, if a bit predictable.

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    13. Review to post on April 1.

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