Dark Fey Trilogy
An Introduction to the Dark Fey Trilogy, an epic YA Fantasy that shares more than imaginative new realms, languages, and characters that are completely relatable. Dark Fey reaches into the darkness to unveil a story based on horrors of our own reality. It relates a tale that reminds us that the power of hope and the magic of forgiveness can change the world.
Book One on Amazon:
Welcome to mythical, enchanted forest of Jyndari and the Village of Hwyndarin where The Fey of the Light, who are Light loving Fey, reside.
Where there is Light there is also darkness and the Fey of the Light live
in careful vigilance, protecting themselves from the Dark Fey, known by many
names, such as the Fallen, the Dark Ones, and most particularly The Reviled,
who live in a realm of darkness and shadow known as the Uunglarda.
Although their two realms exist in close proximity, most Fey of the Light
have never seen an actual Dark Fey and many Dark Fey only encounter very young
Fey of the Light; yet crossings and abductions happen every day.
As their temples are desecrated, homes are pillaged and plundered, and the
peaceful tranquility so important to the Fey of the Light is repeatedly
shattered, the Fey Guard stand as protectors. They are mighty in battle and
fierce in their vigilance to protect the fragile balance of life for the
peaceful Fey of Light.
All Fey are born with special abilities, or gifts, such as telepathy,
empathy, discernment, or the ability to dream walk. Many also have a gift of magic, though not
all, such as spell-casting, enchantment, light bending or element
wielding. While the Fey of the Light are
beautiful and live harmoniously, the Reviled Fey are the opposite; they revere
darkness and fill their lives with cruelty and evil, but all Reviled Fey begin
their lives as Fey of the Light. The
change comes only if they are abducted as childfey and forced to undergo the Integration,
a process of intentional neglect and cruelty designed to twist them away from
This level of horror is not incorporated into the Dark Fey Trilogy simply
for the sake of it. One does not need to open the pages of a book to discover
the unthinkable, as the darkness typically embodied in fantasy genre stories by
some terrifying being or creature is very much alive in our own reality and
this is the underlying motivation for the darkness woven into Dark Fey.
It was based in great part on the terrifying, yet true-life events of the
Lord’s Resistance Army or LRA, a rebel militant group in Uganda that has for
over 20 years abducted children from their homes; forcing them to commit
horrifying acts of violence against each other and their own people. These
children suffer a very real Integration and, like the childfey of Jyndari, they
endure violence and cruelty at the hands of truly sadistic overlords.
This is how the Reviled came to life and became the horrifyingly cruel beings
depicted in Dark Fey.
This story shares the Power of Hope, Acceptance and Forgiveness through the
ideal that you can change the world, if you take Positive Action to Create
Change through doing what is Right.
Many times during your journey through the Dark Fey Trilogy, you will encounter words that seem to be capitalized for no apparent reason; yet, it should be noted, these capitalizations are anything but random. They mark either proper nouns, such as Fey of the Light, the Temple, Fey Guards, the Reviled, or the Light, which is not simply a glimmering of illumination, but a connotation that is highly important in the spirituality of Fey. If a word holds specific meaning, it may also be capitalized, such as See, Know, or Understand. You may encounter such words when they are in reference to a Fey gift, such as telepathy, empathy, or discernment, and they carry significant weight so, in order to emphasize their importance, capitalization is used.
Join me as we embark into this realm of Light and Dark. Allow your imagination take over as you experience the Jyndari forest and The Fey of the Light’s struggle with The Reviled. Let the Light reach outward from these pages and draws you into on a journey that promises to change your way of thinking.
About Cynthia A. Morgan
Cynthia A. Morgan is an award-winning author; columnist for
the national magazine Fresh LifeStyle, and a member of the Poetry Society of America and Artists for Peace. Creator of the
mythical realm of Jyndari and author of the epic fantasy Dark Fey Trilogy, Morgan’s powerful story relates how the power of hope, acceptance and forgiveness can
change the world, when positive action is taken to create change. The
only way to achieve peace is to become peace.
Morgan is also the author of the popular blog Booknvolume where over 18K followers can
explore Morgan’s own brand of poetry and English Sonnets, musings about life,
personal recipes, photography, book reviews and more.
Upcoming projects include a fictional drama in Regency
Period England; a foray into the lives of a young housemaid and an immortal
archangel in French post-Armageddon earth; a non-fiction exploration of the
supernatural/paranormal and beliefs around the world; and a return to the
realms of Dark Fey in a prequel/sequel.
Some of her other interests includes a deep love for animals and the environment. She is passionate about music and theatre; is frequently heard laughing; and finds the mysteries of ancient times, spirituality, and the possibilities of life elsewhere in the cosmos intriguing. Morgan believes in the power of love, hope and forgiveness, all of which is reflected in her lyrically elegant writing style.
You can find Morgan through social media in the following
The Dark Fey Trilogy on Amazon:
Blog / website: www.booknvolume.com
All Things Dark Fey
Amazon Author Page: Author.to/CAMorganAuthor
Publisher’s Author Page : https://www.creativia.org/cynthia-morgan-fantasy-author.html
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