Towards the Fates: A Faire-folk Novel (Pendragon Faire Trilogy) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2009/7/8
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Wood from a tree on the mortal plane, the leaf from the Fae world, and the seed from gods-only-knew-where; it had become a thing of all of them. *** Ten months ago, the Gypsies battled the Fae for Ryna's soul. As the cycle of the rennies' year returns to Pendragon, they find their beloved playground more steeped in Magick than ever. Ten months ago, they won. Now clocks refuse to function, phantom music rides the wind, and as strange creatures stalk the grounds, Ryna feels the call of Pendragon's shadow-self more keenly with every pasing day. But the Fae are old, and patient, and they do not give up easily. As Phoenix is about to find out, just because you've sworn you're done with the them doesn't mean they're done with you.
Meghan has been telling stories for as long as she's been able to talk and will continue doing so until there is no sky left to hear them. In 1994 she auditioned for the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, and it wasn't long before the world of Renaissance entertainers fell subject to her pen. Half her life, three books, and a Unicorn Award* later, she's still picking up speed. . . and loving it. *lifetime achievement award for entertainers at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival The author may be contacted through her website at:http://www.faire-folk.com
a couple of years.
The plot, like the other two, begins roughly with Pendragon's faire in the autumn, and mentions some of what has happened in the intervening months. In this case, that would be babies, and not just Moire's. There are comical peasant antics, and family feuds, and above all, a lot of love.
Here's a health to the company, and the next book.