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Forests of the Fae

Deep in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, lies a town that has fallen prey to the forest. The souls of the townsfolk, who vanished there over a century ago, still cleave to its dilapidated buildings and yet, the streets are empty, and the air is eerily still. Bent on unravelling the town’s mysterious past, 13-year-old Anne sets out on a journey that will lead her to the dark realm of the Fae Changelings, where the thirst for human children is ravenous enough to empty an entire city—save one.

Stuck between the human and Fae worlds, Grace Rowden bears an enchanted curse that has left her to linger somewhere in between the two, for one-hundred years. She and Anne form an unlikely friendship that proves itself stronger than the ravenous hunger of the Fae creatures who hunt them.

Volleying between the Forests of the Fae and the human world, as they attempt to recover Grace’s family and the forgotten townsfolk, Anne and Grace find themselves facing gruesome beasts with an insatiable appetite for all things human. Twelve forests– spanning worlds– teem with vile creatures, each more ruthless than the last—and if Grace and Anne want to survive and save not only Grace’s loved ones, but the potential crops of children yet to be harvested by the Fae Changelings, they must recover a rainbow of enchanted objects, decipher complex riddles, and most of all—trust in one another. If they fail in their quest, they too will fall prey to the Forests of the Fae.


Devlin’s Door
Forests of the Fae, Book One

by K Kibbee

Forests of the Fae: Devlin’s Door (first book of the trilogy), depicts the perilous journey of a young girl who stumbles upon a ghost town filled with dilapidated Victorian homes hidden deep within a forest in rural Washington State. As she unearths the tragic secret behind the mass disappearance of the town’s inhabitants nearly a century ago, our young heroine finds herself becoming a part of the town’s tapestry. Hushed references to Faerie folk and Changeling sacrifices stir the air as she reads aloud from an enchanted journal penned by one of the town’s youngest residents; and the homes, like resurrected corpses, begin to creak and moan with signs of life. But in the near distance, under a monstrous mound erupting like a boil from the earth, something else has awakened along with them.

 

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The Raven Queen
Forests of the Fae, Book Two

by K Kibbee

A summer spent untangling a century-old mass disappearance, communing with ghosts, fleeing dark Fae Folk, and enduring her nefarious cousin Lexie would seem like tribulation enough for 13-year-old Anne, and yet her struggles have only just begun.

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