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Wishful Thinking Paperback – January 4, 2010
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About the Author
K. Crumley has been writing for over 20 years. She began writing when she was a dance student at Point Park College in Pittsburgh (now Point Park University). Through a peronal experience & religious reckoning, Ms. Crumley hung up her pointe shoes and sat down at the typewriter... Ms. Crumley has written mostly short stores, poems, and a few children's stories... Wishful Thinking is her first full-length work.
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It has always seemed to me that all fantasy fiction was the same: Halflings, elves, trolls vs. Orcs, Goblins, and a "Dark Lord." The good go on a quest to do something difficult that in the process will defeat the "Dark Lord." Lather, rinse, repeat. And, then of course there is the other norm: Insecure human girl falls in love with Vampire.
Faerie stories are few and far between. Faeries caught up in our world, dealing with things "normal" women face every day? Well that could be interesting.
Wishful Thinking is a unique story, beautiful and bittersweet.
There are parts that make you grin, (like when the youngest Faerie Cayden) casts a naughty spell on a girl in school. There are parts that make you cry, too...like when Maevis or any of her sisters falls ill due to living in the "real world" without magic in the atmosphere.
It's good to see that some writers "think outside the box," and can dream up new worlds, newer characters, and create a new kind of magic.
I have one issue: and it's that I wish there was more detail about their father, and his family...and what led to his demise.
Other than that, this was a refreshing change!