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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', TheFairFolk have no qualms about murdering tourists visiting the local town of Fairfold in gruesome ways, or else kidnapping human babies and replacing them with their own i.e. changelings, for unknown reasons; other nasty habits of theirs throughout the book include cursing locals, or in the case of Ben, being "blessed" with a gift for fairy music that ends up backfiring on him when he grew older. To them, humans are basically ants and as such they feel they have the liberty to do whatever they like to them, which on a lucky day will mean all the milk in the house spoiling and in some of the worst cases being turned into a pile of rocks with the only way of breaking the curse being another human being recognizes that the "rocks" are actually a person (or people) under a spell.
* ExactWords: In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel makes a bargain with the faeries in exchange for seven years of her life. [[spoiler: She assumes they'll shave thoss years off her lifespan. Instead they own her for seven years worth of servitude.]]

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* ExactWords: * In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel makes a bargain with the faeries in exchange for seven years of her life, which she assumes they'll shave off the end of her lifespan. [[spoiler: In reality, they ''own'' her for seven years worth of service.]]

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* ExactWords: * In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel makes a bargain with the faeries in exchange for seven years of her life, which she life. [[spoiler: She assumes they'll shave thoss years off the end of her lifespan. [[spoiler: In reality, Instead they ''own'' own her for seven years worth of service.servitude.]]


* ExactWords: In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel made a bargain with the faeries in exchange for part of her life. She believes this means they will kill her at some unspecified date. [[spoiler: They never said anything about ''ending'' her life. They just own that time, which means they own her during it; nighttime Hazel is forced to obey their commands, while daylight Hazel is magically prevented from remembering.]]

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* ExactWords: * In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel made makes a bargain with the faeries in exchange for part seven years of her life. She believes this means they will kill life, which she assumes they'll shave off the end of her at some unspecified date. lifespan. [[spoiler: They never said anything about ''ending'' her life. They just own that time, which means In reality, they own ''own'' her during it; nighttime Hazel is forced to obey their commands, while daylight Hazel is magically prevented from remembering.for seven years worth of service.]]


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* ExactWords: In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', the protagonist Hazel made a bargain with the faeries in exchange for part of her life. She believes this means they will kill her at some unspecified date. [[spoiler: They never said anything about ''ending'' her life. They just own that time, which means they own her during it; nighttime Hazel is forced to obey their commands, while daylight Hazel is magically prevented from remembering.]]


[[http://www.blackholly.com Holly Black]] is an American writer and editor who is probably most well known for co-writing ''Literature/TheSpiderwickChronicles'' with Tony [=DiTerlizzi=]. She has also written several other books, including ''Literature/ModernFaerieTales'', ''ComicBook/TheGoodNeighbors'', ''Literature/TheCurseWorkers'' and ''Literature/TheDarkestPartOfTheForest''. She also co-edited the anthologies ''[[Literature/GeektasticStoriesFromTheNerdHerd Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd]]'' and ''Literature/ZombiesVsUnicorns''.

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[[http://www.blackholly.com Holly Black]] (born Holly Riggenbach, November 10, 1971) is an American writer and editor who is probably most well known for co-writing ''Literature/TheSpiderwickChronicles'' with Tony [=DiTerlizzi=]. She has also written several other books, including ''Literature/ModernFaerieTales'', ''ComicBook/TheGoodNeighbors'', ''Literature/TheCurseWorkers'' and ''Literature/TheDarkestPartOfTheForest''. She also co-edited the anthologies ''[[Literature/GeektasticStoriesFromTheNerdHerd Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd]]'' and ''Literature/ZombiesVsUnicorns''.


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* "Lights Out" in ''[[Literature/DoctorWho11Doctors11Stories 12 Doctors 12 Stories]]''


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* BlueAndOrangeMorality: In ''The Darkest Part of the Forest'', TheFairFolk have no qualms about murdering tourists visiting the local town of Fairfold in gruesome ways, or else kidnapping human babies and replacing them with their own i.e. changelings, for unknown reasons; other nasty habits of theirs throughout the book include cursing locals, or in the case of Ben, being "blessed" with a gift for fairy music that ends up backfiring on him when he grew older. To them, humans are basically ants and as such they feel they have the liberty to do whatever they like to them, which on a lucky day will mean all the milk in the house spoiling and in some of the worst cases being turned into a pile of rocks with the only way of breaking the curse being another human being recognizes that the "rocks" are actually a person (or people) under a spell.
* HouseFey: In ''The Magisterium'' series, the magisterium uses summoned elementals to tidy the dorms when the kids aren't there.
* WizardingSchool: The Magisterium.

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