Faerie Tale by Raymond Feist

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Phil Hastings was a lucky man-he had money, a growing reputation as a screenwriter, a happy, loving family with three kids, and he'd just moved into the house of his dreams in rural of magic-and about to be altered irrevocably by a magic more real than any he dared imagine. For with the Magic came the Bad Thing, and the Faerie, and then the cool. . .and the resurrection of a primordial war with a forgotten people-a war that not only the Hastings but the whole human race could lose.

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About Raymond Feist

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New York Times bestselling author Raymond E. Feist's previous novels include the Demonwar Saga (Rides a Dread Legion and At the Gates of Darkness); the Darkwar Saga (Flight of the Nighthawks, Into a Dark Realm, and Wrath of a Mad God); the Conclave of Shadows (Talon of the Silver Hawk, King of Foxes, and Exile's Return); the Riftwar Legacy (Krondor: The Betrayal, Krondor: The Assassins, and Krondor: Tear of the Gods); the Serpentwar Saga (Shadow of a Dark Queen, Rise of a Merchant Prince, Rage of a Demon King, and Shards of a Broken Crown); the Riftwar Saga (Magician, Silverthorn, and A Darkness at Sethanon); Faerie Tale; The Prince of the Blood; and The King's Buccaneer. Feist lives in San Diego, California.
Published November 26, 2008 by Spectra. 450 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography. Fiction

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Backed by an extensive promo campaign, Feist leaps from epic fantasy (the Riftwar trilogy) to the dark fantastic with a robust and engrossing tale of Irish folk critters on the loose in rural N.Y. Feist offers a classic horror setup as the model Hastings family (top-author Dad; homemaker step-Mom...

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Feist, author of the popular Magician fantasy trilogy, turns to the horror genre in this slick, only partially successful novel of a very modern family newly settled into a house on the edge of an enc

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its pages splayed out - and still it disappears from my shelves - but never my mind.

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