Days Of Joy
James J. Pallante, author
Days of Joy: The Story of the Red Suit is a tale of sweeping proportions. There are delightful elfin people, loveable anthropomorphic mice, and other wondrous creatures. Readers will fall in love with the fairies of the mysterious forest of Oltenia who are the makers of the secret fairywovencloth. But, all is not as it seems, and both the North Pole and Oltenia are terrorized by the deadly soprons who follow the mission outlined in their holy book to destroy the days of joy forever. There is much interest in the evolving romantic relationships of elfin and sopron couples, their friendships forged through epic adventures, and insights into the culture of elves. Particular attention is paid to their special magic and remarkable haute cuisine, and an exploration of the anguish suffered by the iconoclastic, frustrated artist, Thomas the mouse. Days of Joy emanates from a bold adventure that is certain to be loved by all, from its whimsical opening to its heartstopping climax when the hero, Elmar, meets a deadly sopron in mortal combat. At its heart is an exploration of moral conduct and an appreciation of decent behavior that will find favor with reflective readers of all ages.