Ezra Kettle, a baker down on his luck, is banished to the land far below his cloud-bound homeland for a crime he did not exactly commit. (It involved a beanstalk and a human kid with sticky fingers.) He’d rather avoid all the dangers of the human world and unlock the secrets of his family’s recipes on his own. Instead, he finds himself entangled with the fates of a human handmaiden/jester/bodyguard with a lying problem, the scientifically oriented princess she serves, and an overzealous (but pretty cute) would-be Prince Charming who rides a bear.
That’s to say nothing of the malevolent fairies, big bad wolves, uplifted moth, dimension-crossing fairy markets, dangerous plants, enchanted custard, and some very unfortunate curses.
The Exiles Ever After is a story about recovery, fractured fairy tales, belonging when you don’t belong and friendships across scale differences. While the story can get quite dark sometimes, I would say it is appropriate for younger teens and up; in US film terms, consider the story rated PG. If you enjoy it, please share and comment! I try to respond to all comments.
Start reading the first chapter here.