Title: Neverdark
Authos: C.S. Einfield
Kindle Edition
Published November 2011

Warning! This book contains (1) very kick-butt Faerie Princess, an Evil Dark Lord, a rhino-beetle named “Gor”, Dragonfly Riders, Bat Brigades and an extremely adorable, fluffy, pet firefly with anger-management issues. 

The Faeries of Southnut are in big trouble. Lord Darkwater is up to no good. The White Castle of Doru is under attack by the greatest army Princess Fiera’s ever seen. Lord Darkwater is poised to crush her tiny kingdom unless the king gives her up to become his wife. Well, fffungus! She’s having none of that! 

The race is on for Fiera to outwit Lord Darkwater’s Dragonfly Riders, Bat Brigades, and even a giant, faerie – eating Spider to save herself and, before it’s too late, her whole world.

An endearingly fun & inspiring read! Great for storytelling. My kids sure had  great time listening to me while I read this wonderful story about a brave fairy princess and her glowing sidekick/bestfriend Sparky the Firefly.

When Princess Fiera learned about her impending marriage with the Lord Birchwood Darkwater, she turned to her faithful governess, the Lady Gooseberry for help. Lady Gooseberry told her about seeking the Old Mother Oak Tree in order to prevent further destruction under the hands of Lord Darkwater. During her journey, she encountered the Prince of Caterpillars, a helpful crow from Mexico, an army of ants, a baby RHino Beetle, Dragonfly riders, bats, and so much more..

In the end, the story gives us a lesson about taking care of our environment and what we must do in order to help Mother Nature. Princess Fiera is someone we should look up to because of her courage and care for the environment. Kudos to C.S. Einfield for a very inspiring read. My kids learned a lot from you & Princess Fiera 🙂

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