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    The Feral Child – Che Golden

    “Maddy scowled and scuffed her trainers along the ground. Each time she saw a loose stone she aimed a vicious kick at it, pretending it was Danny’s head that bounced along the street. She was sick of living in Ireland, sick of Blarney and sick of her idiot cousins.” Since her parents death, Maddy has been stuck in Blarney. She wants to go back to London, back to her old life and her old friends. But no, she has to stay here, with her grandparents, her annoying cousins and the ridiculous stories her Granda keeps trying to tell her about the faerie people who live in Tir na nOg. However…

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    The Truth Sayer – Sally Prue

    “They came for Nian on the day of the hay feast. He saw the men as they toiled up to the farm, but he was working in the high fields and though nothing of it.Nian’s feast clothes were laid out on his sleeping mat. He shrugged himself into his tunic and tied his sash carefully. It was edged in scarlet to show he was the eldest son, and he was proud of it.”Nian has been recruited by the Lords of Truth, but their recruitment process isn’t the fairest and he is kept against his will at the House of Truth to become one of them. Whilst there he can think of…