The Flying Compass
by Cas Wylde
“Your heart is a compass, and I believe we all have the ability to fly in any direction.”
“Can I change things?” I ask.
“You can change the way you feel about things,” he replies, “and personally, I believe that does change things… I believe you can heal the timelines. But that’s my belief, who knows for sure.”
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Overwhelmed by grief, freaked-out by freedom, and hungover as hell, Tia leaves England behind to re-unite with her estranged sister in New Zealand.
In North Wales, King Edward I is set on conquest. When Luca is brought to Caernarfon Castle, Edward’s greatest success story, he meets a wild Welsh girl, and their lives are forever changed.
Edan, victim of a fatal car crash, lies on a pale sand beach watching the sparkling ripple of the sea. He cannot remember how he got there, and he cannot remember who she is.
As two moons rise above a darkening horizon, the last nightfall this planet will ever see, Eleri and her friends dream of a newly discovered galaxy, a race categorised as KJ7X01752N (labelled ‘Dinosaurs’ on the box), and a land they’re calling Earth.
In a coffee shop in Golders Green, Nathan stirs his coffee, soaks up the smells of fresh baking, and thinks back to the woman he almost met, if only her phone hadn’t rung.
And tying them all together is Danny, the young boy who’s both seen and unseen, who walks between worlds, who has a much bigger picture in mind…
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