The Chronicles of Faerie: The Light-Bearer's Daughter

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Harry N. Abrams, May 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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The third book in this critically acclaimed trilogy, which "Booklist" described as shimmering with magic, myth, and romance
Dana has few memories of her mother, who disappeared when she was small. But she has always dreamed, despite her fathers discouragement, that her mother would come back one day. When her dad decides to leave Ireland and take a job across the ocean in Canada, Dana is heartbroken. How can she leave her home and the only chance of seeing her mother again? She runs away, high into the fairy mountains of Ireland. Following ancient paths, with a mysterious wolf companion at her side, Dana encounters a world of tragic enchantment and fairy romance, and discovers a great secret about herself.
With lush descriptions and rich Celtic lore, plus cameo appearances by characters from the previous books, this latest chronicle will satisfy fans of the series and entice new readers.

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Review: The Light-Bearer's Daughter (The Chronicles of Faerie #3)

User Review  - Nancy Dawe - Goodreads

With the conclusion of the first 3 books in The Chronicles of Faerie, my feelings remain mixed on the series. I find Melling's writing to be clipped and formal. The stories are heavy handed in their ... Read full review

Review: The Light-Bearer's Daughter (The Chronicles of Faerie #3)

User Review  - Maren - Goodreads

12 year old Dana lives in Ireland with her single father, but not for long. He has just informed her that they will be moving to Canada. This news is devastating to Dana who has always hoped that her ... Read full review

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O.R. Melling is the award-winning author of six successful young adult novels, including the "The Chronicles of Faerie" series. She lives in Ireland and visits the U.S. and Canada often.

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