About Ferryl Shayde – Book 4 – Storm and Steel
Pendragon is dead, and now Abel is thrust into the position of a true sorcerer, ruler of a demesne! It would help if he had any idea what that meant, apart from apparently having the power of life and death over the thousands of unsuspecting non-magicals living there. It’s time for Abel to come clean, and tell the Tavern just who he is, and what his blood link means.
The sorcerous and church communities know the Master of Castle House has claimed a demesne, now they want to find out more. Abel and his friends just want to get through the exams at school and market their new board game, Bonny’s Tavern. As news of the game, and its possible effect, spreads across the UK, powerful foes move to stop them. Helping all those partially-aware teenagers threatens to upset a balance of power that has held since The Accord.
When sorcerers strike back, the Taverners find that even Ferryl Shayde is outmatched, and need a new game plan. A few friendly faces and some fast talking isn’t enough. The confrontation leads to Abel facing a hundred sorcerers and sorceresses, including some of the most powerful in the UK. Beneath the streets of Oxford, the Storm meets the Steel to decide the future of the Tavern, and possibly the magical future of the country!
Learn More About The Author
Vance Huxley lives out in the countryside in Lincolnshire, England. He has spent a busy life working in many different fields. Eventually, Vance tried writing though without any real structure.
Then he actually sent one off to be read which delivered at least one bucket of very cold water (but a polite and informative bucket). 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 he is no longer mobile. An avid reader of sci-fi, fantasy, and adventure novels, so his writing tends toward those genres.
He also spends much too long wandering off down those fascinating blind alleys that the internet produces when researching, but oh, the little treasures at the end of some!