The last of her kind in New York City, Tillianita tends the land and beasts as best she can, reluctantly obeying her departed father's warning to avoid humans at all costs. A freak accident casts her out of the relative safety of Central Park. Lost and alone with a broken wing, she wonders if she'll ever see her home again.
On his own for the first time in his life, college freshman Dave Thompson isn't sure he'll ever fit in. When he stumbles upon an extremely realistic fairy doll, he thinks perhaps it might make a good present for a future date until he discovers that it's not a doll at all. His find turns not only his life upside down but also challenges his narrow view of the world.
About the Author
Bruce Graw proves the exception to many rules. Instead of a nine to five routine, Bruce embraced a lifestyle which included work as an entrepreneur, game designer, programmer, freelance writer, Air Force Officer, pewter caster and obsessive game player. Bruce makes it a point to bike at least ten miles every day except in the worst of Ohio's winter weather. He has biked unsupported coast to coast and north to south across the United States as well as biking in at least two European countries. His unconventional life gives his conservative peers and family pause but he lives life asking for nothing but his due.