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Paperback  Ù Tithe PDF/EPUB Ñ Welcome to the realm of very scary faeries Sixteen year old Kaye is a modern nomad Fierce and independent, she travels from city to city with her mother s rock band until an ominous attack forces Kaye back to her childhood home There, amid the industrial, blue collar New Jersey backdrop, Kaye soon finds herself an unwilling pawn in an ancient power struggle between two rival faerie kingdoms a struggle that could very well mean her death

10 thoughts on “Tithe

  1. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    If curiosity killed the cat, it was satisfaction that brought it back. This is one of those rare few books that really shows me why we need a 3 1 2 star rating, and I don t like to give 1 2 stars This was so fun, and a four star book for me, and also it bugged the shit out of me to the point where I texted someone to bitch about it But I honestly did have so much fun.Let s get the complaining out of the way god, I fucking hate

  2. Regan Regan says:

    DNF just not for me lol

  3. Melanie Melanie says:


  4. Shannon Shannon says:

    Read 4 probablyStarted on June 4, 2019Finished on June 5, 2019If you would help me, draw this arrow His eyes narrowed, and he shook his head If not, then push it in as deep as you can and hope it kills meStill a hoe for Kaye and Roiben and I m not sorry about it This masterpiece made me do a re read My eyes will never be the same Petition forKaye Roiben fanart OG REVIEW THAT I M STILL AMAZED SO PEOPLE HAVE LIKED SO THANK YOU IF YOU RE ONE OF T

  5. Julie Kagawa Julie Kagawa says:

    Tithe is a very raw, very dark faerie tale While not suitable for younger readers lots of swearing, random torture and violence, and mature themes , I loved its take on the darker side of faerie It deals with faerie themes like Changelings and the knowing of one s True Name very well, and Roiben is probably my favorite faery hero of all time Kind of like Sephiroth If you know who Sephiroth is, you ll understand The writing was a teensy bit sporadic

  6. ✨ A ✨ ✨ A ✨ says:

    I was not expecting to be blown away by this and gosh am I so glad I kept my expectations low The main reason I read these books is because I absolutely loved The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King And since I don t know what to do with myself while I wait for The Queen of Nothing I decided to get to knowabout the other faerie courts which is set in the same world as TCP Kaye thought that she was just an ordinary girl When one day her friend mistakenly en

  7. Tomoe Hotaru Tomoe Hotaru says:

    Ugh I don t know where to start with this one so I m gonna jump right in I didn t like it It was all just a raging bunch of WTF for me I mean, it was random My brain hurts so this isn t going to be a very coherent review.Before I go to my detailed ravings, it s best if I gave a brief overview of what this book was about It s the story of Kaye, a changeling, who was put under a glamour to hide her true green skinned self and lives with her rockstar wannabe mo

  8. destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries] says:

    Holly Black s writing was my first introduction to fae fiction as a kid, I was obsessed with all sorts of fae mythology, but typically was limited to nonfiction until the first time I saw Tithe on the new shelf at my library I must have checked this book out and reread it four or five times within the first couple of years, but this was my first reread since I was a preteen, and I had no idea what to expect If curiosity killed the cat, it was satisfaction that br

  9. K. Elizabeth K. Elizabeth says:

    1 5 There s no way I m going to write an entire review for this Nope I m just proud I managed to skim and not give up entirely that s an achievement on its own.Let me sum this book up for you Imagine a story filled with only unlikeable trashy characters there wasn t a single person or thing I liked I swear, everything was terrible , a nonexistent poor plot, cliche male jerks that are accepted because they re of course extremely attractive, etc., and all of that tied i

  10. Mary-Beth Mary-Beth says:

    Kaye is obviously incredibly lovely and then it turns out she s a magical fairy Sure her life is hard, but it s the fairies making it that way because she s so important that they re all out to get her Look, what I m saying is, it s like the author tried to think of all the coolest latest trends among teenagers and tried to mash them into a fairy story Kaye is also not anyone s typical teenager She has super special protagonist syndrome.I found the Faerie described by the

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