When fifteen-year-old Abel discovered Ferryl Shayde, the disembodied sorceress, and freed her from her 200 years trapped in a pit, he never bargained on finding out about magic. Though when she moved into his tattoo and began the lessons, it all seemed like a lot of fun for him and his friends. They even added just a little magic to the board game Abel and his two best friends were developing. But magic is everywhere and a hint is enough to lead some people into casting their first glyph.A growing number of beta players, fellow students testing the game, are discovering their own magic, leaving Abel and his friends scrambling to teach them enough to stay safe. As more and more entities look closer at Brinsford, Abel’s village, he and his friends desperately try to learn enough magic to protect themselves and their families. That would be much easier without homework and parents interfering.The sorcerers, magical creatures and vicar Creepio Mysterio all seem interested in whatever powerful creature or artifact lies at the heart of Castle House, a big, spooky old house wreathed in powerful magical protection. Abel and his friends are the only ones who can pass through the magical barrier around Castle House gardens. But what will they risk to get inside Castle House itself?
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Vance Huxley lives out in the countryside in Lincolnshire, England. He has spent a busy life working in many different fields – including the building and rail industries, as a workshop manager, trouble-shooter for an engineering firm, accountancy, cafe proprietor, and graphic artist. He also spent time in other jobs, and is proud of never being dismissed, and onlyonce made redundant.Eventually he found his Noeline, but unfortunately she died much too young. To help with the aftermath, Vance tried writing though without any real structure. As an editor and beta readers explained the difference between words and books, he tried again.Now he tries to type as often as possible in spite of the assistance of his cats, since his legs no longer work well enough to allow anything more strenuous. An avid reader of sci-fi, fantasy and adventure novels, his writing tends towards those genres.