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“Why does this always happen to us?” (Quinn Broomsparkle, wizard extraordinaire) 

Six months have passed since wizard Quinn Broomsparkle left behind his indentured servant shackles. He’s in love with his half-dragon/half-fairy familiar, Twig Starfig. He’s got a home. Friends. A job. And a father-in-law he could do without. A pretty close to perfect life. But as Quinn has learned the hard way, things rarely stay peaceful for long. Especially when a Starfig’s involved. 

Summoned to his home realm and a past he’d thought left behind, Quinn and Twig find themselves in the middle of evil machinations...with no clear enemy. When Quinn’s younger brother, Zak, goes missing, it’s Starfig Investigations on the case. 

Being the first wizard in a thousand years isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. On top of a missing brother, a brokenhearted red fury, an archivist with a secret, and a ghost pirate-parrot who’s determined to return to his captain, Quinn and Twig’s relationship is sorely tested when questions - and unhappy answers - about their mating dilemma are pushed to the fore.

All Quinn wants is his fairy share of happiness. Is that so much to ask?

©2020 Meghan Maslow (P)2020 Meghan Maslow

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Great story, brilliant narration!

When the ‘first wizard in a 1,000 years’, Quinn Broomsparkle, and his dragon / elf mate, Twig Starfig, return to Quinn’s home, the witches’ realm of Hominus, things go from bad to worse despite the offer of a seat on the witches’ council. New and old malevolent forces see Quinn and Fig battling for much more than their lives. His Fairy Share brings a satisfying conclusion to many of the story arcs in the first two books. It’s got plenty of swashbuckling action and fun. I’ve loved this series and the wonderful characters! Audio narrator, Greg Boudreaux, handles dozens of different character voices, sings a bawdy shanty, and generally impresses with every word. I’m so looking forward to Fairy & Impartial!

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Loved it

Meghan Maslow and Greg Boudreaux are a winning combination. The Fairy stories just get better and better. Looking for to more of Ms Maslow.

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  • McMommy
  • 28-08-2021

No loose ends

I read a few reviews before listening to this book so went cautiously into the story. The author did not disappoint. The story flowed as with previous books in the series, and all of the details were attended to in their time.

(Of course the narrator made listening ever the more enjoyable too.)

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  • Lisa
  • 14-06-2021

Best one yet!

Audio reread June 2021

Even when there's a book you don't think can possibly get better, anything can be made better being read by Greg Boudreaux! 😍

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First read May 2020

Best one yet!! I absolutely love Quinn, Twig and all their clan and the world is so much fun! ❤️ I hope Meghan Maslow has many, many more cases and adventures for Starfig Investigations. 😍

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  • Eugenia
  • 16-05-2021

SPECTACULAR story & narration!! 4.5 Stars!!

The one where Quinn becomes a pirate...Arrrgh!

Quinn & Twig travel to the Hominus realm:

Witches
Purple Crystals
Quinn’s family
Quinn’s BFF
More prophesies
Intrigue
Pirates
Monsters
Dragons
MATES

And more!

AUDIOBOOK: Greg Boudreaux (or is it Tremblay for this one?) KILLS it once again!! 👏👏👏

My rec? Not a stand-alone. I’m so ready for the next one! This series in audiobook is a MUST!

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  • Mrs.B.
  • 12-05-2021

SOMEWHAT DISAPPOINTING

The story, character and world development in books 1 and 2 had me excited for a fun finish. Sadly for me, as the the story progressed the MC's regressed in believability. They seemed to forget everything they'd learned in previous experiences. I had to fast forward and skip sections to avoid abandoning the book. The last couple of chapters gave some closure, but seemed contrived.

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  • Susan Bauer
  • 12-04-2021

Best One yet!

This one was so so much better than the others, I think its because there wasn't the struggle over who is dominant or not in this one.

This is done from Quinn's perspective, and was a different tone than the other 2 books. The storyline is coming along really well and it's interesting to see how the bits and pieces are coming from the other two books leading to this one. There is definitely a long game for this series.

Fun cast of new crazy characters, the old cast of looney characters and loads of adventure. So a typical Starfig Investigations book.

Narrator is excellent with all the different voices, gosh there must be like 15 or 20 and I never got confused about who was speaking.

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  • TL Cunningham
  • 15-02-2021

Yo! Ho!

Kudos to Maslow & Boudreaux! I don’t remember a Series I’ve enjoyed so much! Funny, challenging & a hoot! Looking forward to more similar audiobooks like this!

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  • Jackson
  • 08-02-2021

Better by the book!

I love these books, they are so ridiculous yet the characters are somehow believable. Having just read a couple books with terrible world building I appreciate how good it is in this series. Like, even though there is a demon in a bow-tie and glasses and a pirate ghost parrot I'm like, yeah, that totally makes sense. Awesome narration as always. This book is the best so far I think.

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  • Jovan
  • 01-02-2021

Bringing the political savvy as well as the drama

Story: 4.5⭐️

Since “His Fairy Share” has less of the balls-to-the-walls levels of shenanigans than their first two outings, it did take some adjusting to get used to the relatively calmer/more political tone of the story. However, what this change in narrative tone takes away from regarding tomfoolery, it gives back an organic sense of character development and progression in spades.There’s a maturity to Quinn and Twig’s dynamic, even within their banter, that knowing where they were in the second book, I know was hard earned and gratifying to see. Even with Quinn still struggling with his feelings of inadequacy from his time as a bed servant, his growth is quite obvious and Twig’s growth as a more measured and savvier partner who sees Quinn as in equal in power and worth is lovely.

Quinn’s EXTREMELY unpleasant history with his family had the potential to drag the narrative down with familial angst and drama, but Maslow does an excellent job of incorporating the Quinn’s backstory and the Broomsparkle family dynamic into the story without too much unnecessary drama or time spent. The only real foot-stomping angst comes from Quinn’s younger brother Zak, and while sometimes eye-roll inducing (Twig can back me up on this), it still wasn’t overwrought/overdone and makes sense as Zak is the only member of Quinn’s family that isn’t a complete self-serving git and has true affection and feelings for Quinn.

There are a few things that bothered me, such as Quinn’s response to Bill, who is still upset about eating his boyfriend (natch) and is acting out. While Quinn’s thought “You think killing, then eating your ex would be a great way to work through one’s anger”, is funny, it’s pretty unsympathetic. It’s more in line with something Twig would say; moreover, it seems to gloss over the fact that, patchwork though it may be, Bill has a soul now. A fact that is confirmed, as it’s the lynchpin to Quinn’s ability to save Bill at all in the last book, but isn’t mentioned even once since Bill’s only purpose in “His Fairy Share” seems to be drama queen/comic relief and heavy.

Additionally, there is a recurring hint given to Quinn before ish hits the fan that is clearly odd and remarked upon as feeling malicious and unsettling on more than one occasion that Quinn notices but never follows up with. To be fair, Maslow does a good job keeping him on his toes enough to distract him from investigating it…at first, but he has plenty of time to research other things and this should have been more of a concern especially given the clues he was getting from an artifact he should have DEFINITELY learned more about and paid attention to. Despite that, the book is fun and filled with action and adventure and a great addition to the series.

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  • Sue 🎧
  • 25-01-2021

solid 4 stars

📖 This is a terrific series, with it's colourful characters, descriptions and places. This book is Quinn's story and although emotionally heavier than books 1 and 2, the story is still entertaining. I love books that come in at more than 8 hours, but it took a while to get going, with lots of new characters to keep track of and it just fell a little short of the sharp writing I have come to expect from the other 2 books in the series. 🎧 Greg Boudreaux (Tremblay) is a master story teller, each character has a distinguishable voice, his inflections / intonations (and singing!) all work to bring the book vividly to life. 📚 I'll happily listen to His Fairy Share again, and it will join the rest of the series on my re-listen list,

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  • A.N.K.
  • 19-01-2021

I want to love it

The first book really was lightning in a bottle. It was unique in its world and had so much enthusiasm about presenting its story. The second book was disappointing, it had little fun about it. There were moments of enjoyment but it really was just a downer.

This book is somewhat in between. It was a slow start with a lot of introductions. But the tail half does it’s job well. The action side of it was fun and echoed what I liked about the first. It was obvious which characters played what parts and there was no surprises in the twists and turns. But the latter half of the book felt more genuine.

A big pet peeve of mine is if I can replace any character visually with anyone. The majority of the new characters were not described excitedly. In addition, due to this being the human realm, none of them had any energy put into them; there were no silly quirks or witty plays on tropes. They were there to fill a roll and move along the plot.

All that being said!!! The good parts of this book are fantastic. I could not help but to smile with the characters and get into the discussion they were having. There is so much to enjoy and I did not mind the perspective jump; despite the fact that I love the narrators Twig voice, it made sense to switch it. I would reread this book, like the first (but would favor the first any day).

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  • Kindle Fairy
  • 09-06-2021

another great installment

Can't wait for the next book, there are so many breadcrumbs being left for future plotlines I am looking forward to reading/hearing them play out.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-03-2021

Just fantastic

I loved the adventures of Quinn and Twig, there was lots of action and drama in this book. The narrator was excellent. I loved the story telling in this series.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-02-2021

Not quite as strong as the first 2 books...

...but still a lovely time spent listening. Excellent narration and the wonderful sense of humour still there. Highly recommended.

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  • Mrs. E. J. Curtis
  • 06-01-2021

Enjoyable Story

The story and characters  are engaging and the narrator has very distinctive voices for each character, always a plus for me.

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  • Aussiebumwearer
  • 24-12-2020

Absolutely Great!!


This audiobook has to be my favourite of the series.

Quinn and Twig’s story really excels in this instalment and I hope there is going to be more to come?!!

Highly recommend 😊

5🌟’s a plenty for this audiobook and last review before Christmas! 😁

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  • Lisa Hughes
  • 12-12-2020

AWESOME

I loved every second of this book. thus series is one of my Gabrielle's and Meghan is a genius storyteller. This time we see things from Quinn's point of view. they're is so much drama, action, laughter and a tear or two. I can't wait to see what happens next and really hope there will be more from this world.
Greg does a fabulous job as always.

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