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Morgan Le Fay: Small Things and Great (Fata Morgana: Child Of The Moon Book 1)

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THE CHILD FATED TO SHAPE DESTINIES ... Young Morgan lives in Tintagel Castle by the sea, loved and sheltered by her noble parents. An extraordinarily clever child, extremely sharp-eyed, exceptionally curious. A little girl unlike other children.

One stormy night a ship is wrecked off the coast, bringing with it new friends - Fleur the princess from a far-off land, Safir th
Paperback, 296 pages
Published April 28th 2017 by
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Apr 09, 2018 rated it really liked it
An exciting first exploration of an intriguing world.

Morgan Le Fay is the story of a young girl, Morgan, who lives a sheltered life in a Arthurian castle by the sea. On the night of a tragic shipwreck, Morgan begins to experience strange and prophetic visions and, shortly after, she is recruited by a magical being to embark on a fantastical mission. The book tells the story of Morgan as she encounters visitors to the castle and begins to discover the extent of her powers, as well as carrying out
Valicity Garris
If you have any fondness of Arthurian style fantasy, I think you will find great enjoyment in this book. Blanco takes us into the mind of five-year-old Morgan as she goes from a sheltered child to the one who is set to battle for the souls of lost children. It seems like a large and dangerous feat for such a young girl, but sweet Morgan is nothing like most young girls.

In general, Morgan Le Fay is a solid book with good writing, excellent world-building, and wonderful characterization. I really
Gordon Long
Aug 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a lovely retelling of the Arthurian Legend from a different point of view. The power of the writing is in the magical, musical descriptive language. The plot abounds in mystical happenings, and mythical creatures from the highest Greek and Roman gods to the smallest pixie play their parts. Fantastical settings, both wonderful and terrible, are described in fine poetic detail.

The other appealing part of the tale is Morgan. The story takes place in the real world and several faerie realms
Cheryl Montgomery-Nolan
Aug 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This was an interesting read! Morgan had a pre-cognitive dream about a shipwreck - and awoke to it happening. That was the beginning of her great adventure in the faerie realm.
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Jo-Anne Blanco was born in Brazil to an English mother and Spanish father. She has spent much of her life travelling around the world as a teacher. Her travels, together with her lifelong passion for reading, writing and storytelling, inspired her to embark upon her Fata Morgana YA epic fantasy series, about the life and adventures of Morgan le Fay. Mythology, fairy tales and Arthurian legend are ...more