Olivia Wickworth lives in Orphanage Nine, a refuge for the genetically-modified children living in the final days of a dying Earth. In what could be our near future, mankind has completed the widespread implementation of cellular computing - but with devastating unforeseen consequences. Just when all hope seems lost, Olivia enters Aeldyn, a land created thousands of years ago when man exiled magical creatures from Earth. Although Aeldyn seems like the world of Olivia's dreams, it is not without its own darkness. There is evil in the land that threatens to corrupt Aeldyn just as Earth has been corrupted, and Olivia is the only one who can stop it. On her quest to defeat this evil, Olivia forges friendships, meets fantastic creatures, and rediscovers the lost art of magic. But can she save both Aeldyn and what is left of mankind?
|Publisher:||Ink and Dust Publishing LLC|
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This is the best book that I have ever read!!! Once I started, I didn't want to put the book down. I immediately jumped into the amazing world of Olivia and Locke. I just loved how you had to think deeply about everything the book said. It was funny, sad, exciting, and made me anxious all in 309 pages. I loved the book so much. Now it is my favorite book ever!!
A fantastic read from a brand new author E. S. Lowell. I think the The Last Fairy Tale has brought out his talent for writing and I am sure that, like myself, you will want to see more of that talent. The story is fascinating! E. S. Lowell really brings out the best and worst aspects of our ways of life. He has an interesting perception of how greed, power, glory, and wealth are mankind's downfall, and how it will destroy lives on earth; and how imagination, curiosity, friendship, and love are what we're all forgetting in the midst of our complex and hectic lives. I highly recommend The Last Fairy Tale for anyone looking for that fun action/adventure book with a deeper, more mature underlying meaning. I didn't want to stop reading once I started. Fascinating Novel!