Song of the Fairy Queen

Song of the Fairy Queen

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"I read my eyes out and can’t read half enough... The more one reads the more one sees we have to read." - John Adams

Song of the Fairy Queen

Author: Valerie Douglas
Pages: 504
Category: Fantasy
Publication Date: 2009

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It's said of Fairy that if you're in dire need and you call their name they'll come. With his castle under siege and his young son in his arms, High King Oryan couldn't be in any more dire need. With only his Marshal, Morgan, and a handful of Morgan's men at his back, he has only one direction left to run...up. And only one ally to whom he can turn.
Kyriay, the Queen of the Fairy.
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