Synopsis: A mysterious bird. An endangered woodland. Can Nadia discover her true colors and save her kingdom?

In the Kingdom of Autumnseve, Nadia uses her magic to change the color of the leaves. When she neglects her duties and her magic fails, Nadia’s own beautiful coat of pink begins to fade.

With the help of Fairy Princess Rainbow, Nadia visits Grandfather Merlin in Dragonfire Forest. Gifted with a magical staff and an enchanted bird named Phoenix, Nadia must solve seven puzzles. If she doesn’t find the answers, the Harvest Festival will be ruined, and Nadia may never discover her true colors.

Join Nadia on this magical journey!

Release Date: 24th June 2021

Genres: Middle Grade, Friendship, Magic, Adventure, Mythology, Fantasy

Pages: 89

Thank you so much to author Amie Borst for the ebook to read and review.

Review: Oh my goodness what a beautiful story, this one hit hard and had so many important lessons that anyone struggling within themselves needs to learn. What a magnificent and delicately written story, I honestly didn’t know how emotional this story was going to be.

Nadia believes her job is worthless and boring until suddenly everything goes wrong in Autumnseve. She doesn’t understand why it’s all gray including her but with help from a new magical friend and a few fun riddles to solve she learns so much of importance about herself.

I didn’t realise that this story would be so emotional and so incredibly deep, but it really was. I loved Nadia she was so beautiful and precious and I just wanted to hug her as she was so gloomy and sad and didn’t believe in herself at all. Oh but wow the pride and joy she makes you feel as you keep reading is just wonderful.

This series just keeps getting better and better and each character is perfectly wonderful and their fun magical, mythical new friends we meet along the way. I love that this world is expanding we now have dragons and Phoenix birds in this story, it’s wondrous.

As always these books are incredible and anyone that loves unicorns, magical beings, friendship and hope, need for read these books. They are so well made, have adorable illustrations within and are easy to read and escape into. I personally am absolutely in love with them.

About Author: Amie Borst still believes in unicorns, uses glitter whenever possible and accessorizes in pink. She enjoys eating chocolate while writing and keeps a well-stocked stash hidden away from her family. A native New Yorker she currently resides in Northern Virginia with her husband, three children and a cute dog named Lily. She wishes she had a hot-pink elevator with carnival lights to travel the world. But for now, her minivan will have to do.


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