- Lord of the Rings. Epic quests always go down well. And there are many in the magical realm who can tell horror stories about cursed objects so audience sympathy here is entirely with Frodo Baggins.
- The Hobbit. Particularly goes down well with the smaller magical species. They get fed up with heroes always been tall, dark and handsome and feel there is room for the small, light and frankly at times ugly. Incidentally they are pleased the hobbits are NOT ugly and feel hairy feet should not be under-estimated. (Great way of keeping the feet warm!).
- Watership Down. Anthromorphic tales generally go down well in the magical realm.
- Pride and Prejudice. Not widely known, this is one of the Queen's favourites. She is partial to "light romance" - in fiction anyway. Her Council wish she'd get on with the business of finding someone suitable to marry and produce heirs. In the meantime, Roxannadrell happily sticks to reading about Elizabeth Bennett and Fitzwilliam Darcy.
- A Christmas Carol. A good morality tale goes down well too. It is news to many in the Fairy Kingdom that humans have any morals at all so this story is nice proof of that.
One of the things the Fairy Kingdom does like about Earth (and happily "borrows" - i.e. nicks for its own use) is our literature. They love the classic fairytales of course but other books they like include:-
I'm Allison Symes and write fairytales with bite, especially novels and short stories.