- Fantasy Worlds - awesome adventures of magic and mystery
- Friends & Family - tears and laughter, and happy ever after
A spellbinding story discovering the power of magic from Amy Wilson, critically acclaimed author of A Girl Called Owl and A Far Away Magic. When daydreamer Clementine discovers a mysterious house standing in the middle of town that was never there before, she is pulled towards it by the powerful sense of a mother she never knew. The place is full of snowglobes, swirling with stars and snow and each containing a trapped magician, watched over by Gan, the bitter keeper of the house. One of these is Dylan, a boy who teases her in the real world but who is now desperate for her help. So Clem ventures into the snowglobes, rescuing Dylan and discovering her own powerful connection to the magic of these thousand worlds. Vowing to release the magicians from the control of their enchantments, Clem unknowingly unleashes a struggle for power that will not only put her family, but the future of magic itself in danger.
It was super intense and cool. I really liked Helios.
Dona Babs Spaceship 29.07.2019
I didn't dislike it but I didn't like it either I would probably recommend it
Mademoiselle Aphrodite Bungalow 09.07.2019
What a brilliant book that I just read. It was such a good book because I was mind blown when I finished it. I found it weird as the girl finds Dylan in a mysterious house behind glass, and then had to go on adventures to save him. I would recommend this book to someone as I couldn't stop reading it.
Earl Stinky Bouncy-castle 03.04.2019Star Reviewer
A haunting yet magical read.
A wonderful, magical book. Dylan and Clementine work together to find the good side of Ganymeade, Clementine's auntie. My faverite carecter is Dylan.