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9 Fantastic Novels for Fairy Tale Fans

Radio Interview with WPSU, an NPR affiliate


Praise for The Gold-Son, narrated by Gerard Doyle
Winner of AudioFile Magazine's Earphones Award

"Noble creates a fantasy world worthy of a Grimm fairy tale, and narrator Gerard Doyle delivers it with energy and style. Young Tommin Kelly is cursed by Lorcan Reilly, a leprechaun whose ambition is to become king of the leprechauns. Portraying the ruthless villain blinded by greed, Gerard oozes evil into every syllable he speaks, yet he controls his performance so that the villain goes beyond a stereotype. Using distinct Irish accents, Gerard fills this young adult fantasy with memorable character voices and infuses Tommin's spirit, in particular, with the power of a fallen hero. A must-listen for teen fantasy lovers." -AudioFile Magazine

Winner of AudioFile Magazine's Earphones Award

"The Peddler's Reward" was included on Tangent Online's Best Short Fiction of 2019/
Tangent Recommended Reading List 2019
Reviews for Gretchen and the Bear 
"Oh my goodness, this book! As an avid admirer of Carrie Anne Noble’s lyrical prose and storytelling skill, I had high hopes for this book. I’m pleased to say I was not disappointed. This breathtaking tale, steeped in fae magic and faerie lore, delights in all the right ways. You simply must experience Gretchen and the Bear for yourself. Bravo!”-Michele Israel Harper, award-winning editor and author of Kill the Beast

"Gretchen and the Bear transports the reader into a magical realm that is one part sci-fi, one part fantasy, one part fairy tale. It's a brilliant mash-up, and I was thrilled to journey with Gretchen as she discovered all the layers of meaning inside this wooded landscape - one of fairies and spells, and most importantly true love. It is a marvelous read."-Roberta Gore, author of "Relic"


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