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The timeline of the series, beginning with Marigold and the Feather of Hope and ending with Journey's End, spans ten years. The series ran for 60 books before finishing.

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The timeline of the series, beginning with Marigold and the Feather of Hope and ending with Journey's End, spans ten years. The series ran for 60 books before finishing.finishing, though only 13 were published as standalones--the rest were packaged in self-published collections.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Some books have darker subject matter than others, going from a mission to restore laughter to a mission to stop every creature on Earth from becoming extinct.

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''The Fairy Chronicles'' is a series of books by J. H. Sweet. It focuses on a group of girls who discover that they are fairies, each with special powers. They band together to protect the forces of nature from evil magic, and learn how to get along with one another and control their powers along the way.

The timeline of the series, beginning with Marigold and the Feather of Hope and ending with Journey's End, spans ten years. The series ran for 60 books before finishing.

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!!This series contains examples of:
* {{Glamour}}: Nonmagical people see fairies as their fairy spirits, ordinary insects or flowers.
* GoodIsNotSoft: Mother Nature, while a benevolent being, is terrifying in some of her forms, such as quicksand or hurricanes.
* GrandFinale: Journey's End, which closed the series with Marigold taking on an apprentice.
* GreenAesop: Many books deal with protecting something precious in nature.
* LongRunner: It ran for 60 books, and in-universe, the timeline spans 10 years.
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