Henry doesn't think he'll ever be able to get his mind off his parents' divorce. That is, until he meets Pyrgus Malvae, prince of the faerie world. Now Henry must help Pyrgus return home to fight the evil Faeries of the Night. Best-selling author Herbie Brennan magically combines real-life London with the fantasy realm of faeries while delicately exploring sensitive topics such as divorce, politics, and sexuality.
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"When 14-year-old Henry learns of his mother's affair with another woman, he thinks life can't get any weirder. Then he meets Pyrgus, a prince from the world of Faerie, wrongly transferred to the mortal world. With the help of Henry's irascible employer, Mr. Fogarty, Henry returns to Pyrgus's world and helps divert an inter-dimensional war. Gerard Doyle narrates this fantastic tale with skill as he describes three different worlds, a dozen different characters, and a complicated plot. His light British accent adds flair, and his pacing is perfect, matching each suspenseful turn in the plot. J.M.S. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"
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