Store Description We are a family run online bookshop based in Wales at the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National park and have been selling books online since October I have always had a love of books and it eventually got to the stage where my own book collection began to take over the family home! I reluctantly decided to sell a few of my own books on Amazon and was astonished at how quickly they sold.
I was hooked and decided to start buying and selling books as a small part-time business from my spare bedroom. The business rapidly expanded, taking over the spare bedroom and my garage, swiftly followed by a spare bedroom in my mother's house and her garage! I acquired a small industrial unit in February and took the plunge to go full-time in March , closely followed by my wife in September In October we moved in to larger premises and also took on our first members of staff to assist with the ever increasing workload.
Our aim is to ensure that the people who buy our books enjoy the same service that we would hope for when purchasing a book ourselves. To that end, we endeavour to give all our books accurate descriptions, price them accordingly and dispatch swiftly and safely. All orders are dispatched within one working day, Monday to Friday. We will endeavour to answer all queries by email within 24 hours. The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously.
The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a display model or store return that has been used. See details for description of any imperfections. Read this book years ago and, like the Talisman, left a lasting impression and desire to read again.
Faerie Tale: A Novel Of Terror And Fantasy
Verified purchase: Yes Condition: Pre-owned. Slightly different than his usual fantasy books but still a great story with fantastic charachters. Unlike most of Raymond E Feist books this is a stand alone novel. Would highly recommend this to both Feist fans and people who have not previously read any of his work. Skip to main content.
- Executive Functions and the Frontal Lobes: A Lifespan Perspective (Studies on Neuropsychology, Neurology and Cognition)!
- The Price of Betrayal (Elven Chronicles).
- Faerie Tale: A Novel Of Terror And Fantasy;
- Shop with confidence!
Feist Hardback, 2 product ratings 5. About this product. Pre-owned: lowest price The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously.
Faerie Tale, A Novel of Terror and Fantasy by Raymond E. Feist | | Booktopia
This product has passed our meticulous quality checks and is guaranteed to be in good condition. With over 7 million ratings, you can buy from us with confidence.
Reading them, I became interested in YA because I remember how important my teenage years were in terms of finding the books that helped me discover who I was and who I wanted to be. That being said, however, do you feel that the YA label has limited your work at all in terms of readership? HB: Ideally, labels like "teen" and "middle grade" or genre-specific labels like "fantasy" or "mystery" help readers find the books they're looking for.
But they also inevitably deter other readers from picking up books they don't think they'd like because of those same labels.
In terms of my own work, YA represents a huge readership and has been growing exponentially through the decade and a half I've been in publishing, so it's been a great place to be shelved. Hopefully more, like you, are willing to stick with me! AF: When you published Tithe, and even works like The Spiderwick Chronicles which is geared at middle-grade readers, your works were darker than a lot of YA literature on the market.
Since then it seems that the trend has gone more in this direction. Some critics and parents complain that children's literature is not what it used to be--implying that it was once wholesome and conservative.
10 YA Retellings to Read When You Need a Happily Ever After
However, anyone familiar with classic fairy tales and children's literature knows that this is not the case. What are your thoughts on the "dark" side of children's literature? How do you deal with criticism concerning this issue? HB: I think there's an idea behind this criticism that there's only one kind of YA reader or, at least, that YA should serve one kind of YA reader at the expense of others. What are we saying about children and teens who have been homeless or been hurt or who know people who have had experiences with drugs?