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Would you accept a strange and mysterious fairy's invitation to see her fantastical, yet troubled world, even if it meant giving up everything and everyone you ever cared for?
'In the vein of Harry Potter and Peter Pan - Fantastical and Action-packed - The Fairy Boy of Calton Hill - introduces readers to Liam, a New and Quirky kind of, Young Adult, Fantasy, Action Hero.'
Liam, a teenage boy who recently lost his father, is befriended by G, a different kind of fairy creature from what he has read about in books,after she breaks the strict rules of her magical world and intervenes when Liam is beaten up by a gang of bullies, outside her secret cave on top of Edinburgh's Calton Hill.
G and Liam soon form a deep bond of friendship that takes them on a whirlwind adventure inside her fantastical, yet dark and troubled world - from the great cliffs of doom and the flesh eating forest to the great lake and all the weird and fantastical creatures that dwell within, from fire wolves and rainbow dragons to the more sinister lurking weasel bats.
But G's world is no longer the tranquil haven it once was, and is now a world ruled by a tyrant Fairy King and his evil wizard Zorn, with an army of Wretchids at their disposal - a half goblin, half werewolf, hybrid creature, with one hell of a bite.
Things take a darker turn indeed, when Liam, looking to impress the new girl next door, Lucy - a feisty young Irish girl from Dublin - secretly brings her into the magical world, unaware of the twisted events, that are about to be unleashed.
The Fairy Boy of Calton Hill: A New, Dark and Fantastical, Young Adult Adventure (Fairy Boy Chronicles)
- BookThe Fairy Boy of Calton Hill: A New, Dark and Fantastical, Young Adult Adventure (Fairy Boy Chronicles)
- Author:Sean-Paul Thomas
- Publishing Date:2017-03-22
- Publisher:Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Number Of pages:166