The clock is ticking. The King is dying. All are
asking, “Who will replace him? Who can?” but there is no answer. It is felt throughout the Kingdoms that with King Zurich gone and no one strong enough to take his place, their world is doomed. King Shadak of the Underworld knows that now is his time to strike and take the Kingdoms for himself. Above ground, waiting for her scouts, Princess Elise of the Fairies comes face to face with a Slyth, one of the fiercest and most deadly creatures on the island. To make matters worse she and her small group are attacked by a larger group of elite Underworld warriors. Will they survive? Will she?
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Passion and Fairy Lore Come Together – Creating A Spellbinding Read. . .
An accident on a snowy road in the Sierra Nevada Mountains wipes away the memories of a beautiful, mysterious woman. Guilt-stricken that he could cause such pain, even by accident, the man who drove the truck that struck the woman is determined to help. He quickly realizes there is something special about her. She feels his strength and kindness. And despite the fact she knows nothing of her past, or if the man truly is who he says he is, she feels herself unmistakably drawn to her.
Her life is a mystery, yet her love is timeless. Can it continue once the awful truth is uncovered? Only the faeries know.
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What if magic can’t solve everything?
When ten-year-old Amy discovers an injured fairy in her grandmother’s barn, she learns that magic is real, and she’s determined to find a cure to save her father’s life.
But venturing through the door to Titania, it’s soon clear that all is not well in the land of fairies, and her quest is not nearly as simple as she thought.
Caught in the conflict between the fairy queen and her struggling subjects, Amy must decide between dooming all fairies forever or destroying her last hope of saving her father.
Will she make the right choice?
Don’t miss The Last Fairy Door, the first book in the Fairies of Titania series by N. A. Davenport. This middle-grade fantasy is perfect for young fans of adventure, mystery, and magic. Order your copy now!
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Fabian Augustus, a Mischief Mockian, impersonates a tooth fairy in hopes that he will win favor with the tooth fairy of his dreams. Out of his element, Fabian botches the assignment but ends up befriending a little girl named Kelcy. Together the two visit Fabian’s mystical world Far Beyond where they get involved in the adventure of a lifetime.
Book 1 of the Far Beyond series is an introduction to Fabian, Kelcy and a host of magical creatures that live in a magical land threatened by an evil not seen in over 500 years.
Although this book is for young readers ages 8+, it is also an great bedtime story that parents can read to younger children over several nights. With catchy songs and an engaging story, Far Beyond is a book that kids will cherish and parents will love for making bedtime more enjoyable.
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When Gabriella falls from the villainous Dream Master’s bag, Lore Valley will be forever changed.
Gabriella is no ordinary fairy. With iridescent wings, bells at the tips of her toes, and an impression of a wand coloring her forehead, her appearance alone sets her apart. Intrigued, the fairies welcome her with open arms, but as she grows up, some of her behavior disturbs the residents of the Lore Valley. Queen Pasha, in particular, worries that Gabriella may not have arrived in the valley accidentally. Could she be part of the Dream Master’s plan to destroy the fairies?
Full of quirky characters living in a whimsical world that the maniacal Dream Master seeks to destroy, this novel takes the reader on a roller coaster of emotions as Gabriella explores the Lore Valley and then the greater world beyond it when she takes it upon herself to confront the world’s most formidable creature.
From oddball bats to ghost cats, trolls to polka-dotted hens, Sirens to rouge eagles, you will find characters both lovable and treacherous within the pages of this book. Many of the characters have tidbits of wisdom to impart while others will amuse you with unique approach to the world.
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Sixteen-year-old Zach discovers his mom is a fairy godmother. But what’s
really freaking him out is the fact that he’s a fairy too. Now that his
mom’s been injured, he must finish her assignments before the next full
moon or they’re both grounded, meaning no wings, no wands, and no
position in the Organization of Destiny Fulfillment (ODF). Sure it would
suck to lose his newfound powers, but Zach quickly learns there’s far
more at stake. Failure also means messing up the lives of the people
he’s supposed to help.
Between a fairy-trainee who happens to be the girl he’s been in love with since fifth grade, a boss he doesn’t trust, and a gremlin physics teacher that wants to eat him, Zach’s pretty sure even a magic wand can’t bail him out.
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On a planet called Utopia, an aging wizard
named Loden created an island he called Nor
for the safe keeping of various entities that he
cherished. They were all magical in different
ways and were forbidden in other worlds. The
King that he left to rule these kingdoms is
dying. In secret, another wizard created a
realm for entities he liked. They came to be
called the Underworlders. When word got
around that Loden’s King was dying, the
Underworlders saw the opportunity to take
over the Kingdoms for themselves. . . .