The sequel to THE FAIRY GODMOTHER’S APPRENTICE, Faenwick’s second story as a fairy godmother and a fairy outcast shines in a world of secrets, sadness, betrayal, and romance, with the fairy godmother’s version of Cinderella lying beneath it all.
First Bite: Special Annotated Edition takes fans behind the scenes and into the process that created the first—and defining—novel of The Dark Woods Series. Annotated by the authors themselves, this version includes answers to fans’ frequently-asked questions about the book, delves into the myths behind the story, and opens up the creative process behind the novel.
In the sequel to Spell, the witch hunter Neel and his young apprentice track a shadowy predator which has left a village in misery and terror. Joining him in this quest is a strong-willed village maiden named Finn, and Rowan, the village boy who loves her. None of them is prepared for the darkness that lies ahead, a path which carries them into the very depths of supernatural evil.
The Dark Woods’ retelling of Sleeping Beauty. Arthur thinks his visions of a mysterious corpse queen are pure madness. What else could explain the dark imaginings of an otherwise respectable gentleman in Regency society? Until fairies appear in human form, drawing magic doors to another place and time–and sweeping Arthur into a quest to fulfill an ancient prophecy that must conquer Death itself.
The sequel to Charming and the final part in the author's Cinderella re-telling.
Picking up where its prequel left off, the story finds Elle's household sinking rapidly into madness, and Jack learning of a possible means of breaking Molly's curse and freeing himself of its consequences forever.
Part One of a Two-Part Series from The Dark Woods. Homely village boy Jode longs for adventure and greatness. He visits a witch who seemingly grants his wish – but for an unspoken price. From a pirate ship to the desert, from a mercenary to a monarch’s pawn, Jode-turned-Handsome-Jack faces adventures as varied as his namesake's tales in a quest to free himself from magic’s consequences.
A witch hunter hired to seek revenge for a spell's victim pursues a witch whose spell is unmistakable and whose curse takes a hideous form. Along the way, he encounters two more sufferers who have their own reasons for finding the witch -- and evidence that this strange sorceress is like no other he's ever faced.
The first in a three book series.
Authors Hawthrone and Anders offer two short tales inspired by The Dark Woods novel First Bite. In Snow White’s Knight, dark adventures await Prince Reiden when he attempts to rescue the innocent princess from a fateful spell. In Shakespearesque tragedy Magic Mirror, a vengeful wizard, an obsessed warlord, and a callous ruler are connected by a fatal prophecy from the enchanted mirror.
The first in a spin-off series from The Dark Woods:
Human destiny lies in the hands of fairies--in the form of a magical apprenticeship which makes possible glass slippers, pumpkin carriages, and the key to turning human tragedy into triumph.
Book four in the Dark Woods Series.
Once upon a time, there traveled a poor opera company in Germany. With them was a brilliant young composer whose career was yet to be written by history…and a young soprano whose tragic past was forgotten even by her.
A dark opera–a simple children’s tale–becomes a nightmare, driving the soprano to face her worst fear.
Into the woods we go…
The third volume in The Dark Woods Series explores the sinister origins of one of the fairytale world’s most frightening villains–The Wicked Queen. Her quest for unmatched power and beauty seems unstoppable – unless the destiny of an innocent girl is something more than meets the eye.