More Than a Game

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Finn's father, a powerful fairy lord, is abducted by an ambitious rival. It falls to Finn and his brother and sister to find a champion to help get their father back. Finn is not thrilled with the choice of champion, an unknown and unlikely human teenager. However ,tha champion brings his own sister, who proves a valuable ally in a struggle that costs more than any of them anticipated.
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Words: 30,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465878526
About Morag Gray

Morag Gray was born in Timaru, New Zealand in 1960. Since then she has divided her time between both major islands, with occasional forays into other parts of the world. She has worked in libraries since she was fifteen, been a qualified librarian since she was 21, and as a child played "Libraries" when normal children played "Doctors and Nurses." She believed, mistakenly, that if she was a librarian she could read all day. Libraries, having dragged her into their clutches, have so far refused to let her go.
She enjoys reading. She loves folk tales and fairy stories, history books and novels that have a fantastic twist. Current favourite authors include, but are not limited to, Patricia McKillip, Diana Wynne Jones, Robin McKinley, Joan Aiken, Juliet Marillier, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, P. G. Wodehouse, G. K. Chesterton and many more.
She is married, has three lovely, grown children, a fine son-in-law and three gorgeous grandsons. At present she lives in Invercargill, New Zealand with her husband, Richard, and her very spoilt whippets.

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Review by: Barbara Alsop on June 29, 2014 :
Sorry, my cat hit enter. Get this novella and read it if you want a new take on faerie courts and royalty. I loved it and amd about to read the next!
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Review by: Barbara Alsop on June 29, 2014 :
Quite a marvelous story and well written. Skillfully written from one character's point of view, we learn as he does the why's and wherefores of the faerie world and the various le
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