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Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite
Oberon’s Court is a somewhat short tale introducing the reader to The Court of (Faery King) Oberon, and Andrea “Andy” Chamberlin, a human from a different time line. Andy is a college student, majoring in Art, much to the displeasure of her parents. Intent on her work, she failed to realize how late it was one night after school, and ended up walking home alone. Approaching a dark alley, she heard a man’s voice angrily demanding of someone else, “Where is she?” Believing they were after her, Andy hugged the face of the building and listened in on the argument. She glanced into the alley. Much to her surprise, there she saw a number of smallish strange looking men, surrounding a young girl armed with a sword. Incensed at the overwhelming odds facing the girl, Andy ran down the alley shouting at them to stop. Thus began the first of what hopefully will be many adventures for Andy and the rest of her family.
Oberon’s Court is really a pleasant and enchanting tale of a normal, “girl next door” kind of girl, who happens upon a harrowing adventure. Charlynn Clayton has written a very charming and beguiling adventure story. To her credit, she ended Oberon’s Court in a manner conducive to multiple sequels. I would personally hope she is encouraged by public response to Oberon’s Court, because it could be a mesmerizing series for readers of all ages. I heartily recommend Oberon’s Court for anyone with an interest in bringing a little bit of magic into his or her life.