Neopets: The Grey Faerie Chronicles: Nomi’s Quest by Vivian LaRue

Neopets: The Grey Faerie Chronicles: Nomi’s Quest
Vivian LaRue
HarperCollins (2008)
ISBN 9780061432149
Reviewed by Eric Zeda (age 10) for Reader Views (9/08)


This book is the first story in “The Grey Faerie Chronicles” series.  It is about a faerie named Nomi who wants to win the faerie festival.  She writes a letter to a powerful faerie called Mayin to see if she can help her.  Mayin says “yes” and Nomi starts training.  Her training is going to take a long time so she asks Edna to help her boost her powers in the haunted woods.  When she arrives at Edna’s castle, Edna tells Nomi she needs special ingredients to become powerful.  Nomi goes out to find the ingredients, but an evil neopet steals her memory and magic powers.  Nomi finds two good neopets that want to help her get back home, but they need help.  They go to the Brain Tree for help and he gives them directions.  Nomi is happy she can find her way back home, but is sad because she does not have her magic powers.  She hopes that when she returns home, someone will help her get her powers back.

“Neopets: The Grey Faerie Chronicles: Nomi’s Quest” is exciting and full of adventure.  I am definitely going to read the next book in the series!


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