"Arrow" is the 3rd installment in the series about the Faeries of Great Britain and especially the ones of the Oakenwyld.R.J. Anderson takes us back into a magical world of love and war, true or false, friendship and revenge and bewitches the reader with her wonderful way of writing.Yet again the story is from a totally different perspective then the ones before. After Peri ("Knife") and Linden ("Rebel") the reader is introduced to the young Rhosmari.Rhosmari is one of the Children of Rhys and has never been on the mainland and the only human she has ever met is Timothy. And for some reason she can´t quite seem to get him out of her head.After Linden and Timothy had left the Children of Rhys and returned sucsessfully to the Oak they brought with them the Stone of Naming aswell as a great number of Rebels to fight against the Empress. But now Rhosmari is determinded to return the stolen Stone and bring back the peace to the Green Islands.This seems to be a very blindsided decision by Rhosmari and I soon had to realise that our new main charakter is indeed a bit green behind her ears and very irrational in her decisions. But Rhosmari is still a very sweet little faerie that you can´t help but fall in love with despite all her bad choices.The story lines we learned about in the first two installments now come to a satisfying conclusion and R.J. Anderson ones again managed to capture the interest of the reader and made this storie into a one-of-a-kind.Turning the last page of this book I was convinced of a happy ending. But it seems that we´re not quite there yet for "Swift" the 4th and as it seems last book of this series will be coming out in spring 2012.