(From the publisher):
"In real life, real magic happens only once in a while," Angela tells Georgina. "Afterward, we forget we saw it, or people tell us we're crazy so we don't believe what we saw anymore. Then we're surprised all over again when it happens another time."
At Angela's house, real magic has sprung up. Elegant, scrolled letters written in purple ink from "Pilaria, the Gray-Eyed Faerie" appear regularly during the night on the living room mantelpiece. Angela, much to the wonderment of Georgina and her other close friend, Poco, has been carrying on a correspondence with an invisible, enchanted being. The being must be enchanted because whenever one of her letters is unfurled, a shower of gold dust falls to the carpet - and disappears instantly.
A sleepover to investigate the letters' source is planned by the three, who are determined to find out who and what Pilaria is and why she is calling on Angela like a beacon of light in an otherwise dark house.
Original title: The Gold Dust Letters
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Fantasy
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Mystery