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Blaze Peppergrove to the Rescue

Balze Peppergrove Adventures, prequel

Publisher: Independently Published
Year of Publication: 2023
Book type: Short Story
Age: Middle-Grade Fiction (8-12)
Genre: Fantasy
Sub Genre: Action · Adventure · Cozy Fantasy · Epic Fantasy · Family · Fantasy · Mythical · Mythical Creatures · Sci-Fi · Urban · Urban Fantasy
Language: English
POV: Third-person
Tense: Present
Key Phrases: adversity · bravery · courage · disability · fairy · fairytale · family ties · folklore · friendship · helping others · male lead · multicultural · overcomming obstacles
“Fun story – The story is all about Fairies and gnomes. This delightful little tale will be the bedtime reading preference for young children for years to come. Blaze Peppergove is an adventurous little fairy who sets out to make his mark on the world. He creatively comes up with solutions to every problem.”
– M.Greenman, Amazon.com
A perilous mission!

Set out on a fantastical journey through an urban landscape where fairies and legendary beings live side by side!

Blaze Peppergrove, a daring wingless fairy, is unwavering in his pursuit of realizing his aspirations within the enchanting realm of Evergreen Park. He has forsaken his familial ties and the serene life of a garden fairy to embark on an independent journey in search of excitement and wealth. Despite the challenges of residing in the destitute fairy encampment nestled beneath the juniper trees, Blaze forges connections with a diverse array of fairies while undertaking various odd jobs to amass coveted silver pieces.

Following a disheartening job interview at the largest fairy employment agency, Blaze makes a daring choice to wager everything on a perilous mission: rescuing a missing fairy in exchange for a significant bounty. He plans to use this reward to establish his enterprise, ensuring his financial freedom. However, his path is filled with peril, and he must confront and clear the dangers that lie ahead.

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