Ergin the Elf is a ray of sunshine designed to illuminate the reader's perception of the ongoing tension between the power of the wealthy and the quality of life of the many. The book does not take itself too seriously and seeks to comfort the reader with a short pleasure ride through the fantasy planet of Bluesney. A read of Ergin the Elf creates a wonderful paradox of fantasy escapism serving up a delicious serving of political reality.
Ergin is a little green fellow who wants to enjoy life.
However, seeing the needs of friends and the destruction of the environment, Ergin sets out on a journey to find answers and do his bit for the people of planet Bluesney.
Of course, there is an evil tyrant and an evil crony trying to point the way to the smoking fire of extortion and political abuse, but the book seeks to remain calm, while suggesting a workable way to carry on.
Ergin the Elf will appeal to old and young; it has an open readership.