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~If you could wish for whatever you wanted, and keep it for half an hour, what would you wish for? Twin princes Barth and Aden are given this fairy-gift when they are named, and use it for unseemly purposes. The fairy responsible for giving them this gift is already under house-arrest for earlier lobster-related crimes... While the King and Queen wish they could train their boys how not to end up slaves to "whatever their hearts desire", it may take something more...Or perhaps a someone with a pigeon in his pocket.~The reputable gnome, Sir Neltum Furnabay, is thought to have first recorded this volume and to be the one responsible for leaving it under a wheelbarrow in my vegetable garden, (and there were very clear little tracks between the carrots). I asked my cat if she thought it was Neltum, and if she had given him a hard time in delivering the manuscript (she likes to chase things) but she wouldnt say. But I suppose that gnomes are far too clever to get eaten by a house cat what with surviving Lagon-Cockles, and criminal fairies, and uncouth garden parties already. I also suppose that he would have left the manuscript with the intent that more people would get to read it than just me. I suppose it to be an honest history of Fenathon, and the royal family there, and really written by this particular gnome, because no gnome that Ive ever met has been in the habit of just making up stories or assuming false pen names. Only humans do that sort of thing. I hope you are having a good day, Dear Reader, and that you will consider this brilliant work well worth your time.

~If you could wish for whatever you wanted, and keep it for half an hour, what would you wish for? Twin princes Barth and Aden are given this fairy-gift when they are named, and use it for unseemly purposes. The fairy responsible for giving them this gift is already under house-arrest for earlier lobster-related crimes... While the King and Queen wish they could train their boys how not to end up slaves to "whatever their hearts desire", it may take something more...Or perhaps a someone with a pigeon in his pocket.~The reputable gnome, Sir Neltum Furnabay, is thought to have first recorded this volume and to be the one responsible for leaving it under a wheelbarrow in my vegetable garden, (and there were very clear little tracks between the carrots). I asked my cat if she thought it was Neltum, and if she had given him a hard time in delivering the manuscript (she likes to chase things) but she wouldnt say. But I suppose that gnomes are far too clever to get eaten by a house cat what with surviving Lagon-Cockles, and criminal fairies, and uncouth garden parties already. I also suppose that he would have left the manuscript with the intent that more people would get to read it than just me. I suppose it to be an honest history of Fenathon, and the royal family there, and really written by this particular gnome, because no gnome that Ive ever met has been in the habit of just making up stories or assuming false pen names. Only humans do that sort of thing. I hope you are having a good day, Dear Reader, and that you will consider this brilliant work well worth your time.


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