About the Book
When young Frank Summers disappeared on Mid Summer Night in 1916 the village of Woolstone was not thrown into a panic. Quite the reverse. Why? And what did Frank have to do with the famous panic the night the fairy was captured from The White Horse Pub? And why did the Adonis butterflies disappear from the Downs? And just how much of this mystery is true? And just what would Frank Summers do for true love?
Features & Details
- Category Science Fiction & Fantasy
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Nov 21, 2011
- Tags Melissa Hirst Chaple, fairy dolls house, fairy dollhouse, faery dollhouse, faery dolls house, Vale of the White Horse, Adonis butterfly, true love, fairy tale, unconditional love, world war I, fairy, fairies, faery, faeries, Uffington, magic, enchanted, england
The Enchanted Woodland Faery Dollhouse Co. is headed by the reclusive Oxford historian and artist, Dr. Melissa Hirst Chaple. Dr. Chaple continues the work of the company's founder and spirit guide, Clare Maddingly, tracking down the existence of faeries and documenting their houses. This research is described in detail at the Company's webpage http://faerydollhouse.com. From discovered letters and journals, Dr. Chaple brings to life the tiny houses inhabited by the elusive faeries to whom Clare Maddingly devoted her life and reputation ,as well as her heart, sanity and fortune. We know she would be proud to see us on Blurb.