Delfaerune Rhapsody series’
full character profile of heroine
Race: Noble Fae, a tall, wingless, magical people sometimes called the “Goodies” by their unscrupulous Dark Fae “cousins.”
Lark lives on a plane parallel to Queenstown, New Zealand, in the fae land of Delfaerune. There, in Queens’tyn, the animals talk, extinct and mythical creatures thrive, and sentient foliage lends magical glamour to the Noble Fae.
Daughter of Benji and Sara Clanden, and sister to Gaea Clanden (human realm).
Daughter of Magistrate of Glamour (magic) Knyt Tūrehu and Magistra of Music Fern Tūrehu, and sister to B’rook Tūrehu (Delfaerune)
A college student, and music teacher (human realm)
The “Maestra” (magical music leader of the fae realm)
Unprecedented magical Earth connection.
Flaw: Doubts her ability to retrieve and master three ancient instruments to keep balance between the human and faerie realms, and to save her worlds.
Quirk: “Surgically attached” to her iPod
Animal “familiar:” Akiiki, a kiwi bird
Love interest: Noel (pronounced “knoll”) Stone, a former Dark Fae turned sheepherder and music teacher.
Lark Tūrehu is the young Noble Fae heroine in the Delfaerune Rhapsody series—my young-adult, fantasy-adventure trilogy-in-progress. Lark’s story begins in Song of the Ocarina, the first book in the series, due out in late 2013.