A magical journey. A desperate mission.
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The first book in the book series Around the the World at any Time
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It was the fourth time, in 13 years, that Daniel had moved countries. Being an only child, it was just him and his parents. He had to make friends again. He was going to die from boredom on the Hill of Tara, in the middle of nowhere.
He was wrong, more happened in the first few months than in his entire life. He learns about magic, that all humans can do it by using a simple trick. As everything, it can be used for good or bad.
He meets a He also gets to know people that use it for good. Will Daniel decide to fight for good or evil?
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“Without the modern high-tech equipment, they built these incredible structures. The most impressive passage tomb is Newgrange. A structure as far as anthropologists know was constructed by farmers it is 85 meters wide an 13 meters High. Archaeologist believe that besides a passage tomb it was also used as a place of worship. There is an opening that lets in a ray of sunlight that reaches a crucifix shaped room in the middle of the mound one day of the year.” A piece from ‘the Hill of kings’ by Anouk Beale
The Druids have been secretly going to the Hill of Tara for years in the middle of the night on the 31st October/1st November. I guess that they were trying to bring back somebody from the other world. Because they have been trying for years, I would think they have either brought back an army of men or didn’t manage to bring anybody back. I can only think of two reasons why it mightn’t have worked. Firstly, they were doing something wrong. Secondly, the person that they were trying to bring back has already been brought back. A piece from ‘The hill of kings’ by Anouk Beale