I found this trilogy via one of the blogs I follow and introduced it to my sisters. I loved it. I love fairy lore woven into modern times. Do not expect the brilliance of R.J. Anderson's books, but do expect fun and magic. These books are QUITE dark for juvenile fiction, but this fits with the violence in fairy lore (ancient Celtic/Irish/English/Welsh/Scottish/Cornish, etc. mythology and on which Tolkien's world is based). I think these covers are all different from the library books I borrowed, but all are interesting.
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