Simon’s sudden disappearance leaves Jill frightened and alone in an unfamiliar and dangerous land. Unexpected help finds her and as she is rushed to the most extraordinary of places by the invisible Drylings — unseen creatures who hold secrets to her past and claim they knew mother. Can she trust them?
Simon and Jill barely avert disaster when Seraph appears to rescue them from the Ferris wheel, but rather than bringing them back to the Great Hall, Seraph leaves them on the beach to recover the lost coin, something Jill thinks is impossible.
Somehow, without trying, Jill loses a coin through the screen of the media room – a giant Ferris wheel and an ocean bay stand between her and recovering it. Let’s just hope it’s all a bad dream.
Nothing could prepare Jill for what she discovers in The Atrium, a room in the Great Hall filled with trees, wishing pools and a statue that’s larger than life
Jill starts to explore the Great Hall for the treasure and in the process discovers fascinating rooms. Is the clue to solving the mystery of the strange letter behind the only locked door in the house?
Jill starts to search for the treasure, following the mysterious clue. When she finds herself in The Music Room, she has an experience she’ll never forget. The question is, is it magic or her imagination?
Jill awakes from a frightening only to discover that the letter is gone. Then she meets the trickster Mr. Kay, but is he someone she can trust?
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Andrew writes about the legacy of his Malaysian friend who influenced stories in Hope In Action, a woman who was willing to let her life be interrupted by the needs of others and who showed valiant kindness to the vulnerable.