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The Flight of The Starling: A Fairy Tale

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Princess Lily thought of fairies the way some girls think of "bad boys." If a fairy had shown up at Castle Starling wearing a motorcycle jacket and a disrespect for authority, Princess Lily would have been head over heels before he spoke a word with his pouty, mutinous mouth.

So when two fairies ask for help escaping their master, Prince Alexander, who has come to court h
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Kindle Edition, 249 pages
Published November 1st 2019 by Elizabeth Aronoff
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Nov 28, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I’m between a 4 & a 5, but I think my own impatience might be the reason I didn’t see a few things coming.

I love the narration. Periodically the narrator interjects with things like “if you don’t remember go back to the previous chapter and reread so I don’t waste time repeating things.” He/she never reveals their role in it. Some omniscient storyteller, perhaps.

The misunderstandings, lies, rumors, tabloids, pressures from your parents, figuring out how to make your own decision are all so tim
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Holly
Nov 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Lily, a fiery princess, arrives at the dreaded door of arranged marriages. With the help of a pair of cheeky fairies, a wonderous artifact or three and a willingness to believe, she makes good her escape. Sinister princes! Dragons! Sugar gliders! A great book about knowing yourself, learning to trust and re-evaluate first impressions and of course, happy endings.
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Ella Arrow believes in magic, especially the kind we make for ourselves. Alter ego of Elizabeth Aronoff, she writes fairy tales, urban fantasy, steampunk, horror, and many short stories based on weird ideas that blindside her in elevators and long walks through creepy woods. You can find her at www.ella-arrow.com; on Facebook and Twitter; or in a Victorian house in a small town outside Madison, Wi ...more

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