Ava must save her father who has been taken hostage by a dark force. To save him, she must combat her own fears. Along the way, she learns everything she once thought true has all been lies. She learns about her family, her ‘aunts’ and her mother. Most importantly, she learns about her own gifts.
The Fairy Codex is the beginning of Ava’s ventures into a world of magic, mystery, and danger.
Recommended ages 11 and above.
Age Range: 12+
Size: 198mm x 129mm
Format: ‘B’ paperback
Word Count: 40,500
Published: September 2020
RRP: UK £6.99
At once, it started to rain, not water but flowers of such heady scents and bright colours – lavender, hyacinths, lilac, daisies and sunflower petals. They fell to Earth in an iridescent rainbow.
The Golden Hind was a beautiful ship, elegant, detailed and proud. Tarran was already the tour guide.
“It was originally called the Pelican but was renamed by Drake in honour of his patron Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was the golden hind. A female red deer.
“The red deer is also a symbol of the Fae. Is that not true George?” Ava asked. Her studies of her father’s book were paying off.
“Everything in nature is Fae in some form,” he said, perhaps a touch sharply.
“Everything in nature is to be respected,” said Lexi, “and has deeper meaning.”
Hello, I am Flora-Beth Edwards, a writer and teacher. The books and stories I write are full of quirky characters and strange worlds. The Fae Sagas are a series of books on the magic, mystery and mayhem of the world of the Fae and the Ancient Ones. I am currently writing The Dragon, The Witch and The Thirteen.
“What a very different type of book! My 12 year old loved every page.”
“Very different, very magical and very, very enjoyable.”
“A FINALIST and highly recommended.” The Wishing Shelf Book Awards 2018
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