The Changeling of Fenlen Forest

Katherine Magyarody

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Best for ages 12+

Elizabeth thinks she knows the gloomy Fenlen Forest. But when her treasured unicorn fawn, Sida, goes missing, Elizabeth tracks her into a strange land where the people think Elizabeth is a changeling, a malignant being who too closely resembles a missing girl.

If Elizabeth can find her fawn and uncover the fate of her lost double, can she stop the fear from turning into hate? To solve the deepening mystery, Elizabeth befriends a handsome, skeptical young shepherd whose stories hint at a dark secret lurking at the forest’s edge, and follows a herd of wild unicorns with the ability to unlock the past.

The Changeling of Fenlen Forest proves to be an entertaining and mysterious read, one that will engage audiences and encourage a second reading to discover more secrets of the forest. ” — Recommended by CM Magazine

“Elegantly conceived and richly crafted, Magyarody has given us an enchanting tale of old world magic with relevant themes. A fun, mysterious ride for anyone who has dreamed of wandering into a dark forest, and perhaps never returning…” — Tyler Enfield, author of Hannah and the Magic Eye and the Wrush fantasy series. 

“Textured and evocative Katherine Magyarody’s The Changeling of Fenlen Forest takes readers down a delicately unfolding journey of love, loss, and self-identity. Unicorns, superstitions, and a shrouded forest that hides its secrets darken the mystery of Elizabeth’s resemblance to a missing girl. Her journey will linger with readers long after the last page has been read.” — Natasha Deen, author of In the Key of Nira Ghani

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 12 × 21 × 2 cm
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About the Author

Katherine Magyarody

KATHERINE MAGYARODY grew up in Toronto, Ontario. While pursuing a PhD in English literature at the U of T, she researched awkward Victorian teens and wrote fiction on the sly. In 2017, Katherine won the Robert J. Dau PEN Award for Emerging Writers for
her short story “Goldhawk.” Katherine enjoys hiking, swordplay, and improvisational cookery. She currently lives in Connecticut with her family.