Danaâ€™s father was taking her away from Ireland. To Canada, of all places!
Until one day, in a forest near by, she met a Lady.
A fairy queen, or an odd, homeless girl?
Whoever she was, she wants Dana to undertake a task. In return, she would be granted her heartâ€™s desire.
Dana decides to take the quest, and embarks on an adventure bigger then she ever imagined. A creature who follows in her footsteps, trying to kill her makes it all the more difficult.
Full of Fairies, saints, magic, and lore. This isnâ€™t a â€œnormalâ€ fairytale, but rather one steeped in Celtic folktales, stories from the past.
Set in modern Ireland, this is a gorgeous, haunting tale of a girl who steps forward to meet her destiny, whatever that may be.
The Hunter's Moon, and The Summer King are a part of The Chronicles of Faerie, as is this book. All of these can be read alone, with little to no reference to past characters.
I'd recommend this book to teens (or adults) who love fantasy, and/or Celtic folk and fairy tales.