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Faerie Tribes: The Crystal Mirror

by Paula Harrison (author)

Suitable for 9 - 11 years

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A brilliant new fantasy series from the author of the Rescue Princesses series. Join Mist Tribe faerie Laney as she embarks on an epic quest that will take her into dangerous territory, test her courage to the limit and force her to confront her deepest fears.

Laney is convinced that her summer is going to be boring. But things take a very different turn when she finds a mysterious moonstone which reveals her magical powers. Now Laney and her faerie friends must stop an evil Shadow Faerie who is plotting to become all-powerful. Can she and her friends find the magical objects he needs, before he does? Each book in this thrilling new series follows Laney as she seeks a different object. First, she must stop the Shadow Fairie from stealing the crystal mirror…

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  1. hawk12
    on 9 March 2014

    this is the most creative book i have read it is dark and exciting

  2. agreytail
    on 26 May 2013

    It’s mysterious and exciting!

    5out of 5