I loved this book! I could not wait to get this book and review it because I believe there are all sorts of magical things in this world.
Signe Pike is a young woman who quit her job as a book editor for a New York publisher and went on a quest to find out if faeries are real. I had so many feels reading this book.time and time again during my reading of this truly modern faery tale those feelings cropped up. Signe Pike's Adventure had a lot to do with her father's passing, the relationship she had with her father, and she was also looking for hope in a world that seemed to be heading for disaster. I do not want to spoil this book, but I have to say this is a fantastic read and at the end of this book there is also an awesome bibliography. This is a must read title and I encourage you to also check out Signe Pikes PAGE. It is very good!
In search of something to believe in once more, Signe Pike left behind a career in Manhattan to undertake a magical journey-literally. In a sweeping tour through Mexico, England, Ireland, Scotland, and beyond, she takes readers to dark glens and abandoned forests, ancient sacred sites, and local pubs, seeking people who might still believe in the elusive beings we call faeries. As Pike attempts to connect with the spirit world-and reconnect with her sense of wonder and purpose-she comes to view both herself and the world around her in a profoundly new light.
Captivating, full of heart, and unabashedly whimsical, Faery Tale is more than a memoir-it's the story of rekindling that spark of belief that makes even the most skeptical among us feel like a child again.