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The Changeling Quest – Children of the Fae

If you are into Otherworld stories this is one that will enthrall and intrigue right to the last page.
Tara, Niamh, Lucy and Jared are friends. It is Niamh’s birthday and like all birthdays it is set to be a special event: but this one is to be more special than usual as Tara and Niamh are not all they seem to be.

Fast paced in places and downright devious in others there is a cast of many which are often far more than they appear to be and make it difficult for the friends to decide who to trust in this new and strange world of magic, evil and mystique.
Look out for more adventures in the Otherworld with the friends in book two in the Children of the Fae series.

Tara realises that there is something different about her as her strength in the water is superior to most other kids her age and her toes and fingers develop webbing the longer she remains in the water. Niamh has characteristics that are not that of human children and it is long thought by the members of their family she was changed as a young child for that of a child of the Otherworld.

Jared and Lucy have been invited for a sleep-over, Jared much to Tara disgust as he is out of favour with her at the moment: The four friends have decided it is time to try and sort out the mystery of why Tara and Niamh are different, their mother is sad all the time and Uncle Fergus seems to know more about the other side of things than perhaps he should.
As the night creeps closer to midnight the four friends sneak down to the bottom of the yard where there is a burial mound that has always seemed to have magical properties and is, or appears to be, guarded by a large Hare with evil glinting eyes.
Is this the entrance to the Otherworld or is it just another burial mound? The friends decided to find out so, at Midnight they step onto the mound and find, with a flash of blue light, they are plunged into adventure like never before and more than their wildest imaginings could have ever though up.
Fast paced in places and downright devious in others there is a cast of many which are often far more than they appear to be and make it difficult for the friends to decide who to trust in this new and strange world of magic, evil and mystique.
Look out for more adventures in the Otherworld with the friends in book two in the Children of the Fae series.
 

AuthorMaria Moloney
PublisherOur Street Books
ISBN978-1-78099-405-5
Websitehttp://www.ourstreet-books.com