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Small Persons With Wings (2011)

by Ellen Booraem(Favorite Author)
3.35 of 5 Votes: 2
0803734719 (ISBN13: 9780803734715)
review 1: This book has a lot of heart. You don't see a lot of fairy books out there and this one actually worked and made sense. I loved that the main character was not a generic over done pretty girl and that it was her brain that allowed her to be the hero. And cheers for a little skinny boy who becomes her friend so easily. Honestly I would love to see a sequel (there might be one I haven't looked), because to me it seemed like the two would end up together but by the end of the book it is her friend. I loved Durindana. She was a downtrodden character who made good on her own unique abilities. This book has a lot of heart like I said before and should be given a chance just because of that.
review 2: Mellie has fairy problem. Fidius, a small person with wings (fair
... morey), has been her friend as long as she can remember. He tells her stories, animates her toys, and is a great and comforting friend. Until she tells her classmates about him. He disappears, her classmates think she is a liar and for the next seven years they call her Fairy Fat. Now a reprieve. The grandpa no one likes has died and left her family an inn - they are moving. No more Fairy Fat, a chance to make new friends. Turns out the inn is overrun with fairies and that's just the start of her problems. less
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I remember vague things about it. Dont know if i finished it or not. It was alright.
Fun. Haven't read a book like this in a long time. It was a good change.
for all believers in the magic of fairies
boring and weird.
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