A military woman, saddened by war, comes home and finds new friendships and an unrelenting presence that shows her that fairies roam this fantastic world.
With two Jack Russell terriers pulling the narrator onward, the story begins in Pisgah National Forest in the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina.
Along one trail, however, the narrator notices something strange. The forest suddenly becomes quiet. All she can hear is the sound of rushing water. The scene of the forest alters: There is green moss and dampness everywhere. Then, she sees a ring of colorful mushrooms at the base of an old, large tree. While mushrooms are a common sight in the wilderness, these mushrooms are different.
Intended for people of all ages—especially children and young adults—this account will teach you everything you want to know about fairies and where they dwell from someone who has seen them firsthand.