The Bastard from Fairyland by Phil Parker
He’s Robin Goodfellow to those he knows. Puck to those he kills. He’s lived among humans for centuries, they think he’s a demon. The teenagers he’s forced to protect, despise him. He’s an exiled warrior, a traitor to the Fae. But now they want him back. He’s the perfect stooge to kill a king.
Praise for The Bastard from Fairyland
‘It’s set in an all-too-believable dystopian future, has some great action, cracks along at a fair old pace and has some well-drawn and believable protagonists; throw in some rarely used Celtic mythology and you have the ingredients of a brilliant first book in the trilogy.’
This is a dark fantasy Fae story with an Arthurian background … a different take on the genre … it stands out in a sea of others. It’s a hidden gem.’
‘The prose is simply beautiful … it takes you to a Fantasy world unlike any other while reflecting our times in a very real way.’