Two years have passed since Henry left the Faerie Realm. And he is about to discover that much has changed since his last visit. Living a normal life in the Analogue World, Henry is shocked when his old friend Pyrgus shows up with terrible news. A mysterious plague is decimating the Faeries of the Light, causing them to age prematurely, and even Henry's mentor Mr. Fogarty is ill. Compelled to help, Henry travels back to the Faerie Realm to find a cure and to repair his relationship with the Faerie Queen, Holly Blue. Could Lord Hairstreak and his dark faeries be behind this rampaging sickness? And how do the machinations of demonologist Silas Brimstone fit in? A fantasy lover's dream, this thrilling conclusion to the Faerie Wars Chronicles is a tale of passion, bravery, and intrigue. Narrator James Daniel Wilson perfectly voices this thrilling clash between good and evil. "... a clever denouement of the series ..."-Kirkus Reviews
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by Herbie Brennan
by Janet Foxley
by Maria Turtschaninoff
by Gordon Korman
by Margi Preus
by Cassandra Clare, Maureen Johnson, Sarah Rees Brennan
by Conn Iggulden
by Cinda Williams Chima
by Lance Erlick
"After being gone from the Faerie Realm for two years, Henry returns to try to save his friends from a fever that causes premature aging, which has spread across the entire land. Amid adventures with dragons, desert nomads, and court intrigue, Henry finds the courage to fight for what he desires. James Wilson effortlessly transitions from the young voices of Henry and Queen Blue to the querulous voice of the old spymaster and the chilling voice of the villain. Wilson captures the voice of the shape-shifter Loki, changing from one tone and accent to another with every form, painting a fascinating portrait for the listener. The narration and the story journey together seamlessly from our world, the Analog World, to Brennan's Faerie land. R.A. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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