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Blue Spirit

A Tipsy Fairy Tale, Book 1
Narrated by: Stephanie Estes
Length: 6 hrs and 15 mins
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Gamer girl Skye MacLeod can see fairies, but only when she's tipsy. More Grimm than enchanting, some of these fairies are out to ruin her life, wreaking havoc with her job, her home, and her relationships.
 

With the help of her tiny fairy friend Minnie, Skye has to protect her vampire wannabe gamer friends from all-too-real supernatural threats only she can see. Can she keep it together and hold fast against a wicked fairy Queen's plot?
 

Blue Spirit is the first book of A Tipsy Fairy Tale series!

©2015 Seventh Star Press (P)2019 Seventh Star Press

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Fun revisit of a favorite

I’ve been a fan of all E Chris Garrison books, including this one. I hadn’t read Blue Spirit in years, so the Audible was a great way to refresh myself on the details of book one in anticipation of the trilogy concluding hopefully later this year.

Stephanie Estes brings just the right amount of tentativeness to Skye, the very reluctant first person hero of the story. Her confidence grows as the hero grows into her own. She handles the various accents of the supporting characters quite well, frequently making it easier for me to recall their appearances in earlier chapters when I heard the name again. Her handling of Annabelle, the southern belle fire fighter, is spot on.

Garrison fans who want to revisit this very entertaining story will find much to appreciate, while new listeners who love fantasy stories of quirky, flawed heroes will be thoroughly entertained hearing Skye’s story dramatized so excellently. I hope the series continues and that Estes stays on ‘til the end of the Tipsy Fairy Tales trilogy.