Wanderers and Islanders by Steve Cockayne

Wanderers and Islanders

Steve Cockayne

An imaginary land where an old man, a young boy and a magician find that their separate paths constantly intertwine. A make-believe world which is so believable, with characters with whom you completely empathize - I couldn't put it down.

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The magician's robe with its gold-and-scarlet emblem billowed out around him, and the heavy tread of his stout boots warned bystanders to stand well clear of his path .... Finally he halted at a heavy oak door that bore the following legend: 'THEATRE OF MAGIC: LEONARDO PEGASUS CHIEF MAGICIAN TO THE KING'

Parallels
  • Imagined Slights by James Lovegrove
  • British Summertime by Paul Cornell
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Explicit sexual content