Frey - Melissa Wright


By Melissa Wright

  • Release Date: 2011-10-28
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4
From 1,944 Ratings


Nothing is as it seems.

Frey's life is a lie. She doesn't remember being bound from magic. She didn't intend to discover this dangerous secret, to get entangled in Council business. But she did.

And now she's on the run.

With the aid of a stranger, she discovers a world beyond the elves who bound her. But it's a world of shadows and dark magic, a world she's been warned not to trust. The farther she strays, the more she finds a forgotten past. As she fights to reclaim her true identity, Council trackers hunt her down.

If they find her, she will burn.

The stranger offers her a way out, but it's a path of no return. How do you know who to believe when you don't even know who you are?


  • It’s very good but needs to be better

    By Supremema83
    Gotten into this book but part of me when I was reading it made me feel like I was somewhat in a stand still.
  • Eeee

    By -e_e_e_e-
  • Hard to follow

    By MizzRosee
    This has possibilities of a good story line but so confusing. The book is hard to follow, feels dragged, a whole bunch of nothing I can’t connect because the main character is in the dark. I hate how it’s only her point of view. I want to like the book but I’m on number 2 and I want to stop.
  • I love it!

    By Lemon#22
    This was the best! I couldn’t stop reading!
  • Frey

    By zeusboo
    Interesting storyline, but it plods along slowly
  • Frey

    By Coldharbor1
    I really enjoyed the book. Kept me me coming back for more. Author writings was excellent. I would recommend this book to all fantasy readers. Can’t wait to start the next book in the series.
  • Freya

    By Jana Connelly
    Engaging, hard to put it down!
  • Frey

    By Yankeebabe0728
    I truly enjoyed this novel, it is very well written, with plenty of action and a very good storyline. Give it a try you will not be sorry.
  • Somewhat interesting

    By BigGasGuzzler
    The main character seems clueless. Dialogue is rudimentary and plot predictable.
  • A Lot of Nothing

    By Slhughson
    This book is the perfect example of what I dislike about first person. Since the narrator knows nothing, neither do we. I wanted to like Frey, but she was alternately timid and angry, two characteristics I have no respect for. And then to suddenly kill when she doesn’t have a clue what is the truth or a lie? I was done with her (although I finished the book). A perfect example of what a first book in a series should be, I urge you to start with book two. Although, I won’t be reading on because there’s nothing here to compel me. The hints at an interesting story world are not enough for me to invest time in money to discover if there is something there or not.