Title: THE LAST FAERIE QUEEN
Author: Chelsea Pitcher
Release Date: November 8, 2015
Formats: Paperback, eBook
After risking her life in the mortal world, the faerie princess Elora returns home to incite a revolution. Allied with the Bright Queen, Elora rallies her people for a battle aimed at overthrowing her mother, the Dark Queen. While some question their ability to win, Elora senses victory, knowing she has a secret weapon: Taylor, the human boy she loves, and a motley crew of his school friends, each armed with a skill that can turn the tide of the coming battle.
A MORTAL SACRIFICE . . .
But then Elora's supporters in the Dark Court turn on her, believing she has forsaken them in favor of humans. When the Dark Queen kidnaps two of her human friends, Elora must mount a daring rescue mission to free them before her mother offers them up as a sacrifice.
About the Book
Title: THE LAST CHANGELING
Author: Chelsea Pitcher
Release Date: November 8, 2014
Formats: Paperback, eBook, audiobook
A Kingdom at War . . .
Elora, the young princess of the Dark Faeries, plans to overthrow her tyrannical mother, the Dark Queen, and bring equality to faeriekind. All she has to do is convince her mother’s loathed enemy, the Bright Queen, to join her cause. But the Bright Queen demands an offering first: a human boy who is a “young leader of men.”
A Dark Princess In Disguise . . .
To steal a mortal, Elora must become a mortal—at least, by all appearances. And infiltrating a high school is surprisingly easy. When Elora meets Taylor, the seventeen-year-old who’s plotting to overthrow a ruthless bully, she thinks she’s found her offering . . . until she starts to fall in love.
Hey everybody! Today I’m sharing the playlist for my upcoming YA fantasy, THE LAST FAERIE QUEEN! When I put together a playlist, I like to envision the book is being made into a movie, so each song fits with a specific scene, and songs 1 and 8 would play during the opening and closing credits:
Playlist for THE LAST FAERIE QUEEN
1. Castle by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (when Taylor wakes up in the Seelie Court, and is reunited with his friends)
2. Fallen by Sarah McLachlan (when Elora must choose between her ability to fly and her ability to fight in the revolution)
3. Magic by B.o.B. featuring Rivers Cuomo (when the mortals are given faerie fruit, and the glamour covering the faerie realm is lifted)
4. Strange Love by Halsey (when Elora must convince her followers she doesn’t care for Taylor, even though she does)
5. Just Like Heaven, cover by Goldfinger (when Taylor and Elora finally get a moment alone)
6. Everybody’s Fool by Evanescence (when Elora returns to the Dark Court, and a party is thrown in her honor)
7. Mad Hatter by Melanie Martinez (the big battle with the Dark Faeries)
8. Timebomb by Pink (the ending, when all is revealed!)
Thanks so much for having me!
Chelsea Pitcher is a karaoke-singing, ocean-worshipping Oregonian with a penchant for wicked faerie tales. She began gobbling up stories as soon as she could read, and especially enjoys delving into the darker places to see if she can draw out some light. She is the author of THE S-WORD (Simon and Schuster), THE LAST CHANGELING (Flux), and THE LAST FAERIE QUEEN (Flux 2015).
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