Dim Fairy Tales

Dim Fairy Tales

by Justin Alcala

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Overview

When Adair, a comic book loving changeling who's as excitable as he is clueless, accidentally gets caught up in a wicked fairy plot, he all but gives up on hope of survival. That is until he narrowly escapes the Autumn Queen's wrath and is spat out into the world of mortals. Trouble is, Adair hasn't the first clue on how to make it in the world of men, especially in Killarney. Fortunately, his guardian, Robin Goodfellow, makes arrangement to keep him safe in what can only be described as a fairy witness protection program. While adjusting to his new life, Adair befriends a ghost with an Elvis addiction, a cursed Irish rover and an adventurous American tourist named Evie. As Adair puts together clues as how to strike back at the Autumn Queen, he realizes that there's more that meets the eye to Evie, and she may be bait set by Queen. Dim Fairy Tales is Justin Alcala at his weirdest. It takes old Celtic folklore and blends it with the absurd for an outrageous ride.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733444811
Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
Publication date: 08/22/2019
Pages: 230
Sales rank: 1,050,644
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.52(d)

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TheUnusualSamHane 12 months ago
What do you get when a comic book collecting boy from the Fairy World is struck with tragedy due to his murderous Fairy Grandmother? The dark and humorous Urban Fictionnovel, "Dim Fairytales" of course. Dim Fairytales is an absurdist fictional piece about Adair, a half-fairy trapped in The Lands of Change. Fortunately for Adair, his guardian, Robin Goodfellow, keeps him safe from the murderous plots of his grandmother, Queen Aveline. One day though the Queen finds a loophole in the airtight contracts of fairies, and Adair is forced to flee for his life, stumbling back into the mortal world. Disheartened, Adair wanders the streets of Killarney in wait for his grandmother’s ultimate coup de gras. However, when Adair crosses paths with Evie, an edgy, but lovable American tourist, he quickly forgets about his plight in order to pursue a relationship.