A fairy story for grown-ups. Where the realms of fairies and humans meet and mix, and where a human has to save them both.
Betrayed in love, Awen leaves the city and seeks solitude in a quiet Scottish valley. She buys an old farmhouse and settles there, hoping the peace and remoteness will help heal her broken heart.
But she soon finds that she is not alone. For there are fairies -- not just at the bottom of her garden, but all around. And the fairies are at war.
Awen discovers that she, a human, holds the key to saving not only the fairy realm but the human realm, too. Before too long Awen and her band of helpers are fighting not just for their lives, but battling to save both worlds.
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I have just read the opening and have to say, I find this completely charming and as enchanting as the theme.
Brilliant narrative; descriptive and skillful.
You have a great storyline. The premise is strong; the pace is steady and characterizations compelling.
The richly detailed imagery of the prose in Fairy Ring Farm is extraordinary and the reader is easily swept away.
quite delighted to discover it was also aimed at older adults as oppose to the traditional YA target audience.