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* Contents derived from the Canberra,Australian Capital Territory,:Inkprint Press,2017 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
'Welcome to a land where ignorance kills. The only way to survive is to walk the difficult road and stand against the dark. The maliche are devouring Imber’s world, and in To Dust, the only tool she has to stop them is a magic box. Shame the only ones who can work the magic are the terrifying fae in their forest home.' (Publication abstract)
'In Not Fantasy, Beth knows that the fairy world exists; her best friends are a pink tortoise and a talking pen, after all. Her creative writing professor strongly disagrees – perhaps too strongly, Beth thinks, when strange rifts appear in his office. ' (Publication abstract)