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A Dreadful Fairy Book
A Dreadful Fairy Book ›
By Jon Etter, Contributions by Quentin Q. Quacksworth

Trade Paper

Estimated Release Date Nov 2020

Readers, beware: what you hold in your hands is a dreadful fairy book. I wish I were narrating almost any other fairy story, but alas, this is my lot. Whatever expectations you have of delightful and whimsical fairies are sure to be disappointed. There are certainly fairies, but most are not proper fairies. Some who are supposed to be nasty are disappointingly nice, while some who should be kind and helpful are disconcertingly surly, dishonest, and generally unpleasant company.Our heroine is, perhaps, the worst offender—a sprite more interested in books than carefree games, who insists on being called Shade. She is on a quest, albeit with rather questionable companions, to find a place her outré self can call home. A place of companionship, comfort, and, most importantly, positively filled with books.

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Those Dreadful Fairy Books

Whatever expectations you have of delightful and whimsical fairies are sure to be disappointed. There are certainly fairies, but most are not proper fairies. Our heroine is, perhaps, the worst offender.

Shade the sprite is truly dreadful at being a proper fairy—she’d rather re-read her favorite stories than do what fairies should. She is on a most unfortunate quest, with exceedingly questionable companions, to find a place her outré self can call home. A place of companionship, comfort, and, most importantly, a positive plethora of books.