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Faerie Tale

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"A contemporary novel of masterful horror replete with magic, fantasy, and more than a little stylish sensuality."—The Washington Post
Phil Hastings was a lucky man—he had money, a growing reputation as a screenwriter, a happy, loving family with three kids, and he'd just moved into the house of his dreams in rural of magic—and about to be altered irrevocably by a magic more real than any he dared imagine.
For with the Magic came the Bad Thing, and the Faerie, and then the Fool . . . and the resurrection of a primordial war with a forgotten People—a war that not only the Hastings but the whole human race could lose.
"Absorbing, thought-provoking, and thoroughly magical. Feist's skillfully crafted prose illuminates many of the darker sides of fairy stories. . . . Try it as a bedtime story . . . but only on nights when you can take some time getting to sleep."—The West Coast Review of Books

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Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

Kindle Book

  • Release date: November 26, 2008

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  • ISBN: 9780307484543
  • Release date: November 26, 2008

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  • ISBN: 9780307484543
  • File size: 3546 KB
  • Release date: November 26, 2008

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"A contemporary novel of masterful horror replete with magic, fantasy, and more than a little stylish sensuality."—The Washington Post
Phil Hastings was a lucky man—he had money, a growing reputation as a screenwriter, a happy, loving family with three kids, and he'd just moved into the house of his dreams in rural of magic—and about to be altered irrevocably by a magic more real than any he dared imagine.
For with the Magic came the Bad Thing, and the Faerie, and then the Fool . . . and the resurrection of a primordial war with a forgotten People—a war that not only the Hastings but the whole human race could lose.
"Absorbing, thought-provoking, and thoroughly magical. Feist's skillfully crafted prose illuminates many of the darker sides of fairy stories. . . . Try it as a bedtime story . . . but only on nights when you can take some time getting to sleep."—The West Coast Review of Books

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