A Lake of Feathers and Moonbeams

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$15.99  $14.87
Kraken Collective
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.58 inches | 0.84 pounds

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About the Author
Dax is an award-winning author of revolutionary fantasy that focuses on trauma, healing, and leftist political advancement. After realizing their dream of being a curmudgeonly hedgewitch in the woods of Western Pennsylvania was not possible due to the construction of an outlet mall, Dax took up a new form of sorcery, where they whispered to rocks in arcane languages and taught them how to spy on you, colloquially known as software engineering.But this new career led to an epic battle between the valiant forces of Ethics and an all-powerful legion of Student Loan Payments, and Dax left that behind to join the magical order of word-placing. Today, they can be found waiting on the god (ie: cat) who has allowed them to live in their abode and use their word-magic to make others cry.Dax studied political science and creative writing at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania and is a member of the Editorial Freelancers Association. When not writing, they can be found at the Crystarium in Norvrandt.

I loved the queer-positive fairy tale world, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that was only the backdrop for a subtle story about trust, betrayal, and new possibilities. I highly recommend it, even if you're not familiar with the original story!

Danika, The Lesbrary

The characterizations and descriptions of inner turmoil and environmental beauty will have minimalist quaking in their boots, Dax delivers an engaging story filled with betrayal, rage, despair and the hope that conquers all of it.

Ka'ua Lara, Author of A New World For You

So engaging! Great depth of character with complex relationships that unfold throughout the story, and a balance of tension and heart. The intricate worldbuilding will immerse you in both the forest and the greater world beyond it.

Ingrid Mood, Author of The Handler's Gambit