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Blue Sparkles

Sissy Pantelis

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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Walpurgis is a sacred feast in Fairyland. Bathed in moonlight, the fairy princess and the heir of Thunderland dance and enchant all guests with their ethereal moves. But the sinister sharp eyes of an old enemy, hidden behind the trees, are locked on the two dancers. And from far away, somewhere in the dream realms, a mysterious red moon casts threatening reflections upon them. The young couple keep dancing, unaware of the shadows that gather all around. They are in love and they just want to be together. Will their passion prevail over dark magic, powerful curses and the tricky paths of Dreamland that lead to dangerous traps?

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