**Cover Reveal** Sthier Laithe and the Jungle of Aundrayiah by Kalob Daniel

 Release Date: August 16 2022

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Vvellion is changed. For what once was has long since been lost, faded away through the myriad of years since the casting of The Veil. Generations have passed, and still, no one knows of the existence of fairies…except for one, the elf. Half human and faerie alike, the elf was sent beyond The Veil at the brink of the extinction of Faeriekind to reunite the four ecocrystals: Earth, Fire, Water, and Air. An ecocrystal was left to a member of each faerie tribe to hide away, but there are none now who live to remember their exact location. For until the ecocrystals are reunited, all of Faeriekind will dwindle into faerie dust.

For one hundred years now, Sthier Laithe has been “awake.” She doesn’t know how or why, but she knows of her people’s existence and that she is a faerie, daughter to the Empress of the Earth faerie nymphs. The Empress left her a daunting quest, by way of a letter and half of a tattered old book, for Sthier to traverse. However, the magic of The Veil still prevents her from remembering anything from her past before her awakening.

Furthermore, Sthier is having a strange recurring vision about a boy she has never met before and his deranged father. Could there possibly be a connection? Could the boy be the elf she’s looking for who will help save her people?

Along her mother’s quest, Sthier runs into an unlikely ally, Kielik, who is charismatic, witty, and irritating to boot. He will test Sthier’s powers to the very core of her being, especially her trust. Together, as well as a few other faeries along the way, they will set out on an epic faerietale adventure to trapeze the vast and unknown Jungle of Aundrayiah. But what’s more, a group of bandits is at their backs pushing them further into the magical mystery of the jungle. Sthier and her newfound friends (dare I say family?) must do whatever it takes to find Sthier’s mother to find the elf to reunite the ecocrystals to save them all…before it’s too late. 

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