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The Queen of Fairy
Book 5

The book has it all – emotion, vivid storytelling, tension, and human drama. –The Prairies Book Review

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In this action pact fifth installment of the Madigan Chronicles, things are not what they seem.

The family drama intensifies, and forces collide in an epic showdown in Fairy.

 

The Madigans do everything they can to help the Guardian of the Cup of Plenty to restore the broken Cup. But their malicious aunt and the Queen of Fairy have no intention of parting with their piece of the Cup and want the power for themselves.

 

In the meantime, Bridget feels the pressure of mounting responsibilities as she tries to protect her relationship with her boyfriend, while Ceri must fight for her life in Fairy. Ron, jealous of his sister’s abilities, discovers a unique connection with Under the Witches Hat, which enables him to transform the family business to his liking. Still, he unlocks much more than he bargained for.

Reviews

    Riveting and compulsively readable…

    Lexmond’s fifth installment of The Madigan Chronicles thrusts readers into a world where reality blurs and family secrets run deep. The Madigans strive to aid the Guardian of the Cup of Plenty restore its shattered pieces. But their aunt and the Fairy Queen refuse to give up power. As Bridget balances her relationship and responsibilities, Ceri fights for survival in Fairy. Ron, jealous of his sister’s abilities, uncovers a surprising connection to Under the Witches Hat, unleashing unforeseen consequences upon the family business.

    The book has it all – emotion, vivid storytelling, tension, and human drama. As Ceri navigates her responsibilities, she grapples with internal conflicts, external pressures, and the complexities of her relationships with other characters including Maeron, Gwen, Mara, and Bridget while facing challenges from the formidable antagonist Mab, who spreads fear and discord throughout Fairy.  Themes of familial ties, conflict, dedication, and harmony are interwoven throughout the story, shaping the characters’ motivations, actions, and relationships. This fascinating blend of fantasy, intrigue, and personal drama makes for a page-turner.

    --The Prairies Book Review

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