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The Wood Sprite's Tale
     

The Wood Sprite's Tale

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by Lachelle Redd
 

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Serena, a young wood sprite from Cannora village, is not like the others in her clan. She is more adventurous and curious than the rest. During her final tests she stumbles upon the dead forest at the end of their world. Her curiosity awakens a dark secret that the elders have kept for many years and tried to ignore. However, a small group of parents, lead by the

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Serena, a young wood sprite from Cannora village, is not like the others in her clan. She is more adventurous and curious than the rest. During her final tests she stumbles upon the dead forest at the end of their world. Her curiosity awakens a dark secret that the elders have kept for many years and tried to ignore. However, a small group of parents, lead by the young sprite's mother, Liana, knows the truth must be told. Liana, more than the others, knows her daughter is the key to saving their village and fulfilling her own destiny.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045119184
Publisher:
Lachelle Redd
Publication date:
11/25/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
132 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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I am a short story writer within the Horror genre. My recent works are available on Amazon.com and range from drama, fantasy, horror and suspense. I live in a small town in northern Florida which provides me with a wealth of material to work from. If you get a chance, check me out and check out my blog. Would love to hear from a possible loyal reader.

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The Wood Sprite's Tale 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SheilaDeeth More than 1 year ago
Lachelle Redd’s The Woodsprite’s Tale is a short dark fairytale, set in a complex world with plenty of depth and history. Intricate details weave world and history together and create a fine list of characters, though I could have wished some names weren’t so similar to each other (Hailey and Harley for example). Some odd word choices, tense changes and potential logical flaws distracted me, but the story’s fun and the odd blend of epic language with everyday teen dialog might well attract younger readers. “What the h—l else were we going to do!” asks a protagonist when tackled for letting the teens have their own way. And a quest comes to fulfillment, not without cost, but with plenty of young woodsprite bravery. Disclosure: I was lucky enough to get a free ecopy of this novella.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago