In The Mall Fairies: Exile, the first of the Mall Fairies trilogy, Swoop the fairy lives hidden in the attic of a shopping mall. She loves the safety and ease of living in the fairies' town of High Haven, despite the adults insisting she give up her dream of becoming a Flight Instructor. She's terrified of Outside, where fairies can and do die.
Swoop discovers her best friend One Wing in the company of a human, breaking the first law: Never Let the Humans Know Fairies Exist. She believes that her one-winged friend will never survive the challenges and dangers of Outside. Swoop determines she'll do anything to save One Wing from being exiled Outside. She never suspects her actions will imperil everyone and everything she loves.
Next up, the second in the trilogy, The Mall Fairies: War, in which Swoop must find a way to make peace with pixies. Or else.
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What happens in the mall after closing ... Fairies
Fairies are living in the attic of the local mall. First rule of the Fairies is that they are not to be seen by humans. One Wing breaks that rule by befriending the old lady that runs the Christmas Fairy Shop. Swoop, a Fairy that tries to be good, decides to help her friend One Wing get back home before they are caught out after curfew. In doing this, Swoop sets herself up for an adventure that involves more humans, a cat and the outside world.
Mall Fairies: Exile is the first in the Mall Fairies trilogy. The is a good foundation for this story and I was drawn in to Swoop's and One Wing's adventures. I can't wait to listen to book 2.
Ms. Carpenter further draws you into the story with her vivid narration. She sets the tone for the Fairy world and makes it come to life. This is the second book by Ms. Carpenter that I have listened to and it was as good as the first.
I would recommend this books to friends 10 years old and older. It has something for everyone including adventure and suspense.
- Elizabeth L.
A book for the young
My teen niece enjoyed listening to this audiobook. The story is good and kept her interest to listen in its entirety.The narrator did a good job.
- med c