The Glassfire Serpent Part I: Embers

an epic fantasy adventure

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Pub Date 21 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 21 Oct 2021

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Robin Fellows, Scion of the Arcania, has a destiny to fulfil – along with an unruly faun to keep in check and many strange friends.

When Robin’s great aunt Irene takes him and fellow Fae Jackalope on a trip to London, it triggers a series of events that will place at least one of them in deadly peril. For an unforeseen discovery in an art curator’s office connects them to many mysterious and magical deeds – both good and evil – and forces the maturing young Robin to face his own history.

As he moves between the worlds, Robin must face the challenges of the Grimms, tackle a spider-wielding maniac, navigate the waterfall city of the Panthea and explore the many deadly secrets of the Netherworlde’s darkest forests.

Meanwhile, he has growing up to do and friendships to nurture, including those with the brooding Jackalope, enigmatic Karya and irrepressible (and unforgettable) Woad.

The Glassfire Serpent, Part I: Embers is an intriguing, immersive and fantastic tale – As Book Four in James Fahy’s popular Changeling series, it will please those readers eagerly awaiting the next instalment of the saga, along with anyone else who loves wonderful fantasy tales, be they 10 or 110 years old.


Robin Fellows, Scion of the Arcania, has a destiny to fulfil – along with an unruly faun to keep in check and many strange friends.

When Robin’s great aunt Irene takes him and fellow Fae Jackalope...


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