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Pray for Fey

Mark Woollacott

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ISBN 10: 1477622772 / ISBN 13: 9781477622773
Published by CreateSpace, 2012
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Title: Pray for Fey

Publisher: CreateSpace

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:Good

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A deeply moving debut novel – beautiful and enchanting! Fiction writer Mark Woollacott delves straight into the world of fairies and sheds light on the mysteries of the soul and the afterlife in what is truly an unforgettable story rich with powerful insights about fairy nature. This moving story is heartrending in its intimacy and will leave readers touched by its gentle eloquence, spiritual insights and beauty. Following the tragic death of her sister, Fey (a young idealistic fairy) is determined to prove that there is an afterlife for fairies - something which fairies have always denied the existence of. Not only is Fey prepared to sacrifice love in order to search for her spiritual identity but, more astonishingly and at great personal cost to herself, she breaks with years of fairy convention and turns to human beings for guidance and commits herself to their God in the hope of being granted a soul and eternal life in heaven. Pray for Fey is a deeply moving fairy tale set in the late nineteenth century, in rural Brittany, France. It is a tragic love story that truly touches the heart and reveals what really happens to fairies after they die. Pray for Fey is appropriate for readers from age nine to adults.

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Mark Woollacott is the author of Pray for Fey and Love Sings Like the Nightingale. Mark didn’t know he wanted to be a writer until he read Winged Pharaoh by Joan Grant in 2001. He spent the next ten years researching and writing Pray for Fey and many other stories, perfecting his craft as a writer. He was also working as an artist, but he knew writing would also become a major passion in his life.

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