Synopses & Reviews
Only a child so quick-witted as Clemency Pogue, upon finding herself attacked by a wicked, invincible fairy, would remember a lesson learned from the story of Peter Pan
. She shouts "I don't believe in fairies," and when it doesn't work, keeps shouting it until the horrible little creature drops as dead as a gossamer-winged doorknob. But then a mischievous hobgoblin arrives to tell Clem that she's killed six other fairies around the globe, some bad, but mostly good. Even if it was a mistake, it's now Clem's duty to set the world aright.
In his hilarious, action-packed debut novel, JT Petty does for burlap pants what holes have done for Swiss cheese.
Clemency Pogue is a good listener, which is why she knows what to do when a malicious fairy attacks her in the woods. Remembering an incident from Peter Pan, she cries out, "I don't believe in fairies!" Unfortunately, she utters those words seven times before the fairy falls down dead, and a hobgoblin pops up to inform her that six other fairies have been slain as well. After Clem inadvertently utters the hobgoblin's secret name, placing him in her power, the two set off into the world to find the fairies' true names and bring them back to life.
About the Author
andlt;bandgt;JT Pettyandlt;/bandgt; is the author of andlt;Iandgt;Clemency Pogue: Fairy Killerandlt;/iandgt; and andlt;Iandgt;The Squampkin Patch: A Nasselrogt Adventureandlt;/iandgt;. He is also a director and screenwriter for movies and video games. His film andlt;Iandgt;Soft for Diggingandlt;/iandgt; was an Official Selection of the Sundance Film Festival. He received a Game Developandlt;bandgt;Will Davisandlt;/bandgt; has an animation background, with experience working as a storyboard artist on television shows and commercials. He also illustrated andlt;Iandgt;Clemency Pogue: Fairy Killerandlt;/iandgt;. Will lives in Pensacola, Florida.andlt;BRandgt;