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A Fairies' Tale: On Broken Wings: Can broken souls be fixed?

A Fairies' Tale: On Broken Wings: Can broken souls be fixed?

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Overview

A traumatized victim.
A search for answers.
A concealed love affair.

This addicting story of a romance between a human and a fairy continues as one of their friends must overcome his trauma to help protect the colony he once called home (Series Book 2). While Roselyn happily explores her new romance with a human, the sudden betrayal of their own has left the colony stunned and empty. They are consoled by the rescue of Cornix, whom they welcome back with open arms, only to find out he's no longer whom they remember. Traumatized, Cornix finds difficulty in returning to his old life, frequently running away. When he runs into his captors during one of his mental episodes, he accidentally discovers that the root cause of their deception may not be what he originally thought. As Cornix investigates deeper into the enemy's scheme, can the fairies keep him sane long enough to protect themselves from another attack?


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781545530177
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/27/2017
Series: A Fairies' Tale Fantasy Series , #2
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Marcus Sabom is a born and raised Houston, Texas, resident. After living in Missoula, Montana, for two years he returned home and stumbled into the world of filmmaking, finally finding an outlet for his passion of storytelling and writing.
He has written (and directed) a number of shorts, including "Catching Up," "Cocky Curls," the comedy web series "Let the Drama Begin" and co-wrote "In Extremis." A feature-length horror thriller he wrote and directed called "The Good Friend" is currently in post-production. When he's not at his day job or trying to make movies, he's working on his next book under the watchful eyes of his three cats.

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