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"... these kids ... have seen things they shouldn't have. Falconer unflinchingly uncovers the layers upon layers of lies, abuse and disappointments that have determined them, then offers the possibility of actual change.

-Richard Gehr New York Times

Growing up is tough and Primrose Hill and Sky High by Helen Falconer explains how and why.

"In a word: Brilliant." Alan Sillitoe

Services for authors

Helen provides a bespoke editing service for many experienced and successful authors who have gone on to make a good living out of their passion for writing.

She can help you to do the same.

Falconer writes with astonishing wit and authenticity.

 Joanne Harris

(author of Runemarks)

I finished The Changeling last night and I utterly loved it.  Magical, funny, just great.  I can’t praise it enough.

Marian Keyes

(author of Watermelon)

Young Adult Books Series

Cover of "The Dark Beloved" by Helen Falconer

Once again, Helen Falconer has produced a masterpiece review


Aoife is an ordinary teenager, hanging out with her childhood friend Carla, putting up with school. The worst she has to contend with is that the boy of Carla’s dreams is trying to get off with her instead.

But then, after chasing a lost little girl no one seems to be able to see, Aoife starts to develop mysterious powers. Eventually her parents confess that she isn’t their real daughter. Their human child was stolen by the fairies, and Aoife is the changeling left behind in her place.

Shocked, Aoife turns to Shay, the taciturn farmer’s son who is the only person who might believe her story. Together, they embark on a dangerous journey, which takes them deep into the underworld and changes everything they thought they knew about fairies.

Books by Helen
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