The Enchantment of the Fairies

Fate and reincarnation were two common concepts in the ancient world; cultures such as Celts, Greeks and Hindus based their religions entirely around these beliefs. Fate is defined as a predetermined course of events; a predetermined future, it is the concept that there is a fixed natural order to the cosmos, where nothing happens by chance. Meanwhile, reincarnation is the concept that after our biological death our soul begins a new life in a new body, and it keeps returning to this world an infinite number of times.

The Enchantment of the Fairies is a fantasy series that explores these two interesting concepts in the context of a beautiful and fascinating tale: the romantic story of Jana and Philipp. The main events take place in the European city of Aachen, heart of the Empire of Charlemagne, at a time when the ancient religions are in transition of being replaced by Christianity, the story presents the struggle and reconciliation of the old traditions trying to survive while they are in the process of being destroyed or absorbed into the new faith.

The story consists of two books named Red and Blue respectively. Red is the story told by the perspective of the boy while Blue is that same story retold by the perspective of the girl. The two stories blend perfectly and seamlessly, the reader may chose to read the books in any order he chooses, each book is a complete story on its own. Each book follows the life of its main character from childhood to adulthood, presenting a breathtaking view of their dreams, aspirations and the main events that shaped their lives and personalities.

Despite the name, the book is certainly not a children’s fairytale, it targets young adults, but the lovable story appeals to everyone to enjoy, it is a mix of adventure and romance with a background of Magic and Mysticism.
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