Yes, I occasionally read such books as this, especially when they are offered as free Kindle books. And, quite honestly, this was a fun little romp that I read when my brain was overflowing from the density of The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings.
Jayne is a young lady who, frustrated with her life, just leaves town with her best friend, Tony. No destination planned, they just leave. They find themselves in Miami, and run into a group of homeless young adults (teens?), who are staying in a warehouse, and led by a guy named Jared.
Eventually, all of them get recruited for a group study, which will pay them $500 if they complete it. Since they were all broke and homeless, they all agreed to it, except for one, for some reason. After getting on a plane and flying to somewhere unknown to them, the real “fun” starts.
They are dumped in the middle of a forest, and told that they have to get to four different “waypoints.” There is no time limit, they just have to make it to all four, overcoming any and all “obstacles” that get in their way.
As expected, there is drama within the group as they get underway, and then the “obstacles” that they face turn out to be, well, let’s just say not exactly normal. Quite supernatural, in fact.
I won’t go into any more detail, so as to avoid spoilers, but you should be able to tell from the “War of the Fae” part that, at some point, Faerie will be involved.
It was a fun book, a light read, and quite entertaining.