Author(s): Herbie Brennan
Two years after leaving the Faerie Realm, Henry Atherton finds a middle-aged Pyrgus and his new wife, Nymph, in Mr Fogarty's garden. They explain that a terrible plague has taken hold of the Faerie Realm, causing faeries to age so rapidly that Pyrgus had to flee in order to save himself. Determined to help his friends, Henry returns to the Realm, hoping to find a cure and perhaps win his way back into the heart of Queen Holly Blue. But the plague isn't what it seems, and when the treacherous villains of the Faerie Realm are involved, anything is possible.
From the Edge Chronicles to Terry Pratchett to Philip Pullman, this will appeal to a spectrum of fantasy fans. Massive online presence through an on-line marketing campaign: - podcast of opening chapter- ads on key sci-fi and fantasy sites Ads and editorial coverage in major sci-fi and fantasy publications.
'A crossover title from which few readers of any age would wish to cross back. Brennan writes with all the dash of an Irish storyteller at the peak of his form. Inventive as Harry Potter, dark as Gormenghast and as intelligently probing as Philip Pullman, here is a title to brighten the dreariest of winter days' Independent (Praise for Faerie Wars)
Herbie Brennan lives and works in County Carlow, Ireland. He is the author of many wonderful books for both adults and children.