Come on a journey with fairies, witches, trolls, and magic. Join these magical fairies on the quest to find their sisters through unfortunate and mysterious events. Will they find their sisters? What comes between them and their mission?
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The two fairy girls never returned from their search for their father. Josie, their mother, grew worried. She lingered over the map of the four lands, trying to get a sense of where her two eldest might be. All her attempts were in vain.
Josie decided to be patient and resigned herself to preparing dinner to try to calm her mind. Then, from the corner of her eye, she caught sight of something by the window. Outside, Serenity's butterfly was trying to tell her something. Josie let in the butterfly, and it told her that the two oldest fairy daughters had been captured.
Josie called on her two youngest daughters, Aniyah and Nahdia. The two fairies rushed to their mother, sensing that whatever she had to tell them was urgent. Josie explained the situation. Aniyah and Nahdia were to rescue their sisters and then continue on their journey to find their father. Josie knew it was a heavy burden, but she could not go herself. "Mother cannot leave the River of Life unguarded."
Josie told her daughters to be very careful and gave each girl a magical item. To Aniyah, she handed a massive broadsword, and to Nahdia, she gave a beautiful Fair-cat. He was curled up asleep with his beautiful fairy wings folded ever so neatly. Josie said, "These magical items are only to be used for good, as they are very powerful."
They said farewell to each other. Serenity's butterfly then guided Aniyah and Nahdia toward the place where their sisters were captured. Nahdia named their new companion Blue. The Fair-cat hovered by her side. His wings moved just like a hummingbird's and made a soft fluttering sound.
The three entered the dark forest, which was uncomfortably spooky. No birds chirped, and no bees buzzed. The quietness was very unsettling.
Aniyah couldn't shake the feeling that they were being followed.
Suddenly, a branch fell from the tree in front of them. Aniyah and Nahdia looked up and saw a shadow.
The fairies started to follow the fast-moving shadow, but Aniyah told Nahdia to stay where she was.
She would go and get answers from the shadow.
Excerpted from "Journey through the Northern Wind"
Copyright © 2017 Edmund Paul.
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