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Sons Of Liberty

Author: Christopher Nuttall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 1908168986
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The long-dreaded war between Britain and France has finally begun. French soldiers have landed on English soil and the British Army – and the Royal Sorcerers Corps, led by Lady Gwen – is moving to meet them. But when an inexperienced major disobeys her orders and sends two hundred hussars to their deaths, Gwen accidentally uses her magic to permanently damage his mind and sparks a political crisis at the worst possible time. In the aftermath of the battle, Lord Mycroft suggests she leave Britain and head to the North American colonies, where British forces are anxiously awaiting a French offensive. The local sorcerers have been poisoned, the local government is barely keeping the colonies under control, the slaves are mutinous and revolution against the crown is brewing. The few locals with any known magical talent are untrained and certainly not ready for combat, but – if they can be trained in time – they may be all that stands between the colonies and defeat. Accompanied by Irene Adler and Raechel Slater-Standish, agents of the British Crown, Gwen heads to North America. But it may be too late to save the colonies from a disaster that has been long in the making … In Sons of Liberty, Gwen is sent from the relative safety of London to the colonies, where an undercurrent of revolution still abounds and intrigue and espionage are essential to keep the enemy at bay. But who exactly is the enemy? In the latest book in this exciting alternate history series, Christopher Nuttall expands Gwen’s horizons beyond Europe into the New World.

The Royal Sorceress

Author: Christopher Nuttall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 1908168188
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It's 1830, in an alternate Britain where the 'scientific' principles of magic were discovered sixty years previously, allowing the British to win the American War of Independence. Although Britain is now supreme among the Great Powers, the gulf between rich and poor in the Empire has widened and unrest is growing every day. Master Thomas, the King's Royal Sorcerer, is ageing and must find a successor to lead the Royal Sorcerers Corps. Most magicians can possess only one of the panoply of known magical powers, but Thomas needs to find a new Master of all the powers. There is only one candidate, one person who has displayed such a talent from an early age, but has been neither trained nor officially acknowledged. A perfect candidate to be Master Thomas' apprentice, in all ways but one: the Royal College of Sorcerers has never admitted a girl before. But even before Lady Gwendolyn Crichton can begin her training, London is plunged into chaos by a campaign of terrorist attacks co-ordinated by Jack, a powerful and rebellious magician. The Royal Sorceress will certainly appeal to all fans of steampunk, alternate history, and fantasy. As well as the fun of the 'what-ifs' delivered by the rewriting of our past, it delights with an Empire empowered by magic - all the better for being one we can recognise. The scheming and intrigue of Jack and his rebels, the roof-top chases and the thrilling battles of magic are played out against the dark and unforgiving backdrop of life in the sordid slums and dangerous factories of London. Many of the rebels are drawn from a seedy and grimy underworld, while their Establishment targets prey on the weak and defenceless. The price for destroying the social imbalance and sexual inequality that underpin society may be more than anyone can imagine.

Instrument Of Chaos

Author: Rebecca Hall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 1911409379
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The Angels are back The long hidden heart of the Twisted Curse had been found, concealed in a realm that no angel can enter, where magic runs wild and time is just another direction. The Twisted Curse is the key to ending the Eternity War and it can only be broken by someone willing to traverse the depths of Faerie. Unfortunately, Mitch has other things on his mind. For reasons that currently escape him he’s going to university, making regular trips to the Netherworld and hunting down a demon. The Academy might have prepared him for university but Netherworlds and demons were inexplicably left off the curriculum, not to mention curse breaking. And then the Angels return, and this time they’re hunting his best friend. Instrument of Chaos is the conclusion of the Symphony of the Cursed trilogy, as Mitch, Amelie and Nikola arrive in Dunedin in New Zealand to start their first year at the University of Otago. Visit bit.ly/InstrumentOfChaos

The Promised Lie

Author: Christopher Nuttall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 191140931X
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In The Unwritten Words, Christopher Nuttall’s story-telling mastery weaves a new epic which follows on from his bestselling Bookworm series and is set in that same world. In The Promised Lie, the first book of the new series, five years have passed since the earth-shattering events of Bookworm IV. The Golden City has fallen. The Grand Sorcerer and Court Wizards are dead. The Empire they ruled is nothing more than a memory, a golden age lost in the civil wars as kings and princes battle for supremacy. And only a handful of trained magicians remain alive. Isabella Majuro, Lady Sorceress, is little more than a mercenary, fighting for money in a desperate bid to escape her past. But when Prince Reginald of Andalusia plots the invasion of the Summer Isle, Isabella finds herself dragged into a war against strange magics from before recorded history … … And an ancient mystery that may spell the end of the human race. Praise for the award-winning Bookworm series: Bookworm was winner of the GOLD Award in the Adult Fiction category of the 2013 Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards. “A thrilling adventure packed full of magic and memorable characters. Highly recommended.” – The Wishing Shelf Awards “one of the best authors of entertaining epic fantasy” – Seregil of Rhiminee “the author has woven an exciting and entertaining story of secrets, dark history, books, werewolves and magic, and knows how to keep the story on the move” – Risingshadow

Instrument Of Peace

Author: Rebecca Hall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 1908168978
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Raised in the world-leading Academy of magic rather than by his absentee parents, Mitch has come to see it as his home. He’s spent more time with his friends than his family and the opinion of his maths teacher matters far more than that of his parents. His peaceful life is shattered when a devastating earthquake strikes and almost claims his little brother’s life. But this earthquake is no natural phenomenon, it’s a result of the ongoing war between Heaven and Hell. To protect the Academy, one of the teachers makes an ill-advised contract with a fallen angel, unwittingly bringing down The Twisted Curse on staff and students. Even as they struggle to rebuild the school, things begin to go wrong. The curse starts small, with truancy, incomplete assignments, and negligent teachers over-reacting to minor transgressions, but it isn’t long before the bad behaviour escalates to vandalism, rioting and attempted murder. As they succumb to the influence of the curse, Mitch’s friends drift away and his girlfriend cheats on him. When the first death comes, Mitch unites with the only other students who, like him, appear to be immune to the curse; together they are determined to find the cause of the problem and stop it.

Sufficiently Advanced Technology

Author: Christopher Nuttall
Publisher: Elsewhen Press
ISBN: 190816834X
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For the post-singularity Confederation, manipulating the quantum foam – the ability to alter the base code of the universe itself and achieve transcendence – is the holy grail of science. But it seems an impossible dream until their scouts encounter Darius, a lost colony world whose inhabitants have apparently discarded the technology that brought them to the planet in order to adopt a virtually feudal culture. On Darius, the ruling elite exhibits abilities that defy the accepted laws of physics. They can manipulate the quantum foam! Desperate to understand what is happening on Darius, the Confederation dispatches a stealth team to infiltrate the planet's society and discover the truth behind their strange abilities. But they will soon realise that the people on Darius are not all the simple folk that they seem – and they are sitting on a secret that threatens the entire universe ...

Liberty

Author: Rita Chapman
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
ISBN: 1946540145
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A human child named Liberty is brought into a world ruled by vampires when she and her mother are captured from their human settlement and held in an enclosure. Liberty’s mother teaches her about the various races of Earth Carers, called Dwellers, during their long nights of captivity. She is also educated with the other children on how to behave and survive in the vampire world. During the final Life Role ceremony, she is given as a gift to David, son of the ruling emperor. Liberty becomes part of the royal family and makes many friends, including Forest Dweller Mia and Theo, a Mountain Dweller, who were both infused when they were young and are now vampires. She blossoms within the castle and eventually she and Prince David develop a relationship. Liberty believes she has her own inner strength and powers of protection, and can sense the thoughts of those around her. She also begins to develop a relationship with an ancient power that lives within the basement of the castle, a secret she is unwilling to share with anyone. Some think Liberty is part of an ancient prophesy, foretelling of the long-awaited child of freedom. She is given instructions by an ancient sorceress who visits her in her dreams. But she is also in constant danger from the vampires who still regard humans as nothing but food, and by those who would stop her from fulfilling the prophecy.

The Unmaking

Author: Catherine Egan
Publisher: Coteau Books
ISBN: 1550507443
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Eliza, now fourteen, has been studying magic and gaining a rep-utation for her power. She has much yet to learn – althoughshe understands things like the ancient magic by which thingsare made and unmade, she cannot yet effect it herself. She is strong-headed and independent as ever, chafing at the boundaries theMancers have set for her. Ravens continue to gather around Eliza andthe Citadel, and nobody is sure if they are Eliza’s guides or a tricksent by the evil Xia sorceress Nia. The Mancers create magic daily to keep Nia in her prison, but sheescapes, turning them all to stone except Eliza’s grandfather, Kyreth,the head Mancer. Why on earth would she do that? Nia also sum-mons Ancient Magic to create a horrid Kwellrahg, with which tothreaten Eliza’s mother.Eliza, her friends Nell and Charlie, the witch Swarn and the FaerieLord Jalo must somehow stop Nia from wreaking further destruction.The key to victory is Eliza’s mastery of the Ancient Magic herself.Can she make it work in time? Will they learn the true story of Elizaand Nia’s common heritage?Catherine Egan has fashioned another thrilling fantasy tale of magic,of good battling evil, of a young woman discovering her true natureand realizing her own powers.

The Philosophy Of Education An Introduction

Author: Richard Bailey
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474228984
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The Philosophy of Education: An Introduction encourages the reader to actively engage with the philosophy of education and the carefully selected contributors bring the philosophy of education to life for the reader. Each chapter: focuses on a particular area of debate and explains the main concepts includes extracts from philosophical writing, followed by questions that guide the reader to critically and actively engage with the text guides the reader towards further reading and suggests next steps and more challenging sources or counter-pointed arguments. The Philosophy of Education: An Introduction is essential reading for education students and for trainee teachers on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. It will also appeal to practicing teachers and educationalists who wish to engage with philosophical approaches to contemporary educational issues.