Raymond E. Feist
When successful screenwriter Phil Hastings decided to move his family from sunny California to a ramshackle farmhouse in New York state, the old Kessler place seemed like an ideal base from which to pick up the threads of his career as a novelist.
But the Kessler place was originally known as Erl King Hill - - ‘Hill of the Elf’King’. Soon Phil’s wife and daughter, and their two mischievous eight-year-old boys, began to sense that strange presences were moving in the centuries-old wood that tangled around their new home like the enchanted web of a huge, malignant spider…
Faerie Tale is a major work of the imagination in which a master of modern fantasy turns his pen to the timeless worlds of ancient Celtic myth - and the unspeakable terror that lurks beneath the ordered surface of modern everyday life.
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‘A tantalizing sense of foreboding . . . highly readable’ - Library Journal