Seven Months have passed since the double wedding of Keya and Julie. The kingdom of Shivenridge prospers, but Keya struggles with a troubled pregnancy. Doc must find a way to cope with Keya's complications. Her fairy metabolism only makes her condition worse. A young mermaid has come to Orrehaven in search of a guardian fairy and a miracle. Is she too late?
Far to the west, an old enemy has found the lost city. Hidden within its walls are weapons of immense power. Its greatest secret though, is a second portal, but finding it has come with a catch. The portal requires a key to unlock its secret. But where is the key? A traitor once again walks among the fairies. Will she succeed in her mission or be discovered.
Orren has waited silently throughout the long winter to learn the secret of the rune. A lunar eclipse draws close, if the translation is correct, he must act then. If true, will he actually take his life to free the souls bound to the sword? It is written that a gold-winged fairy can raise the recent dead. If her father breaks the curse, could Keya in her weakened condition bring him back? Join us now for the continuing adventures of Queen Keya as she continues her journeys, her quests.
About the Author
lifelong love of these genres, as well as his extensive
knowledge of medieval history, into everything he writes.
Without imagination, the world can be filled with shades of
grey; Glenn is dedicated to creating vivid color into the grey
with his writing and storytelling. He is a technical support
engineer by day, stargazer by night, and an author always.
Glenn lives in Massachusetts with his wife of 36 years.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Is tis clean for a ll year old?
Reviewed by Teresa M. Shafer for Readers' Favorite The Keya Quests by Glenn Skinner is the story of Keya, the most powerful fairy that ever existed. She was the Queen of a specific tribe of fairies and the guardian of a portal that linked her world with our own. The fairies had friends on our side of the portal and utilized our Doctors when they were in extreme need. Keya was pregnant and the pregnancy was not going well; she sought the wisdom of a Doctor on our side and he found that she was suffering from several problems that forced Keya and her inner circle, who were also her protectors, to come to our side. Much of the book takes place inside the small hospital where the fairy Queen and her people stayed during this time. Every good fairy has an enemy, and Keya is no different. A Sorcerer has found a way to kill the fairies with old magic so he can rule both worlds. The characters in The Keya Quests are well developed. The author gives the fairies a care free attitude and a tremendous amount of power. I especially enjoyed their playfulness. The plot and concept are both compelling and cute, and the details were vivid, especially in their description of the fairies. It is a great book for light reading with a pleasant plot that makes it easy for almost any age to read and enjoy.