For fans of Peter Pan and Harry Potter comes a story like no other...
Banished to the early 1820's by the fairy king's evil wizard Zorn, a powerless Liam and fairy G outrun an Edinburgh lynch mob only to be tricked and taken hostage by an arrogant Spanish sea captain - who seems to know more than he is letting on about fairies in the world of man.
When his ship is attacked by a mighty and fearless pirate girl and her band of scruffy, snarling pirates, Liam and G quickly find themselves befriended by the crazy rogue gang of the Seven Seas and setting off on an unforgettable, perilous, yet exciting adventure to the other side of the world.
Amid encounters with evil demon pirate Wretchids, Spanish gypsies, navy warships and terrifying demon dragons, Liam and G must piece together clues about a secret mystical island in the south Indian Ocean - an apparent home to a race of magical fairies just like G.
Finding the mystical island is Liam's only hope of returning to his modern-day Edinburgh. Although, he does have some unfinished business to attend to back in the fantastical fairy world, where he must seek justice and revenge against the evil powers that banished him and G in the first place and have enslaved an entire fairy world for hundreds of years.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed The Fairy Boy Of Calton Hill by Sean-Paul Thomas and I can’t wait for the second part. Edinburgh is described in such a way that one can feel he/she is there. I loved the fairy world, although it turned out to be more unfriendly and dangerous than it seemed to be at the beginning. I may not be so young anymore but I still like to believe that fairies exist somewhere in this world. And this book makes it very easy to believe that they really do. I think that this is a great story not only for teens, but also for everyone who likes dreaming and who sometimes wishes they were a child again. I received a pdf file of this book in exchange for an honest review.