9788792632869

The Boy Who Fell Through Time

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  • ISBN13:

    9788792632869

  • ISBN10:

    8792632866

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-12
  • Publisher: Mill House

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Summary

Francis Patcham wins a scholarship to an exclusive school in an old castle where he becomes entranced by Latin and Ancient Greek. When in the restricted section of the old Library he falls through a swinging bookcase door and arrives in a medieval apothecary, within the same castle, but at least 200 years back in time. He is swept up into becoming an apprentice, learning ancient medicine and it seems he cannot return to his own time unless the moon and stars align in the same way. Then there is something more he must do to make it all work. Francis finds he must make a choice.

Author Biography

Siusaidh Ceanadach is a Wiccan High Priestess who has previously run a coven, now a Development Circle. She is co-ordinater for "The Tuatha De Bridget", an open Druidcraft Group in Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

She has been a recognised Legal Celebrant with The Pagan Federation in Scotland for many years and carries out hand-fastenings, rite of passage celebrations and is also presenter and host with East Dunbartonshire Radio, Scotland.

Table of Contents

1. The Door in the Library
2. The Duke's Kitchen
3. Distilling Spirits
4. Childhood Ailments
5. A Ghost in the House
6. The Duke's Bounty
7. Archer
8. Dreaming
9. Newcliffe Castle
10. Finding the way around
11. The Sailing Ship
12. Noises in the Cellar
13. Francis Patchams Journal
14. Do Springs follow Ley Lines?
15. Sutton Hall, Hampshire 1972
16. Newcliffe Castle Library
17. Home to England
18 Happenings on the Journey
19. A Field for the season
20. The Hunt
20. The Future
21. To Keep a secret
22. Keeping Time

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