Synopses & Reviews
September is a girl who longs for adventure. When she is invited to Fairyland by a Green Wind and a Leopard, well, of course she accepts. (Mightn?t you?) But Fairyland is in turmoil, and it will take one twelve-year-old girl, a book-loving dragon, and a strange and almost human boy named Saturday to vanquish an evil Marquess and restore order. Not since Oz has there been a land ? or a cast of characters ? so rich and entrancing.
A glorious balancing act between modernism and the Victorian Fairy Tale, done with heart and wisdom. ?Neil Gaiman, Newbery Award-winning author of The Graveyard BookIn the tradition of Oz and E. Nesbitt, the first tale of Fairyland takes a young girl named September from Omaha all the way through the Peverse and Perilous Sea, Pandemonium, and the Autumn Provinces, battling the mysterious Marquess alongside her friends A-Through-L the Wyverary (half Wyvern, half Library), Saturday the Marid, and a host of other creatures kind and cruel. The book was written online as a crowdfunded phenomenon and is completely available online.