Children’s tales aren’t about murder. Bedtime stories rarely involve corporate corruption and ruthless, power-mad billionaires. Fairytales don’t center on environmental terrorism and the end of all life on earth. Grown up novels are never about lost fairies or magic. Or are they? A quirky, cast of disparate, yet totally believable characters makes up this haunting novel of faith, redemption and hope, all centered around a supernatural creature, the last of her kind. In the heart of it all is a beautiful, dying child—Feryl—drawn to an equally mortal being whose magical life is slipping away. The Last Fairy is at once a touching story of a terminally ill child with enough love in her heart to risk everything in order to preserve the life of a dying fairy, as well as a thrilling, terrifying adventure filled with murder, corruption and the taste of supernatural power, all wrapped in a poignant, pertinent message about the future we share.
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