Conceived during a fog-drenched car ride with nothing beyond the windshield but a horizon-less void, Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid created the acclaimed Tales from Beyond the Pale, audio theater inspired by the vintage radio shows of Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles.
"Hit or miss"
Author J. T. Petty has won critical praise for his witty series featuring the exciting escapades of Clemency Pogue: accidental fairy killer, friend to a hobgoblin, and occasional savior of the land of Make-Believe. In this fun adventure, Clemency gets caught up with some of Make-Believe's most interesting denizens, the Scrivener Bees.
When she is attacked by a nasty fairy, Clemency Pogue remembers a lesson from Peter Pan. "I don't believe in fairies!" she shouts, seven times before the creature finally drops dead. But then a hobgoblin appears and gives Clemency the bad news. Seven fairies have died, and most of them were good. Now it's up to Clemency to travel the world and make things right.
"Good story, too short."
In this fresh and funny second book of acclaimed author J. T. Petty's series, it's up to Clemency Pogue to save the land of Make-Believe and all its creatures. For Kennethurchin to complete the change from human to hobgoblin, his proxy made of clay and named Inky must completely dissolve. If not, the land of Make-Believe will disappear forever. But Inky won't dissolve anytime soon, since he rarely bathes.