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Staring up at the ceiling, the shadows began to form shapes before his eyes. Archie imagined the shapes were lands; different islands on a faraway map. He imagined knights galloping bravely across great green fields, horses’ hooves cutting through the mist rising up from the grass. On one side was a forest, a terrifying forest of smoke, full of mystery and darkness and things with too many legs and sharp fangs. Across the middle was a sea, but a sea like no other. A solid sea of frozen waves many adventurers and tried, but failed, to cross. Then there was a great desert of moon sand that glowed blue day and night and further still were the rocky crystal peaks of the Mountains of Ice and Tears. Hidden deep amongst them was a palace and inside there – well, inside there was a terrible secret.

Archie lives in an old house with his mother and dog, Max after his father, a renowned stage magician, disappeared without a trace some years before.

One night Archie discovers a gateway to another world through a mirror he finds under his bed. Once in the Land Beyond he embarks on a fantastic adventure, befriending giants, battling monsters and facing a great evil that threatens to destroy the kingdom.

Will Archie stand strong and defeat the army of dreaded shadow knights?
Will he find clues to his father’s disappearance in the land beyond the mirror?
And will he make it home for breakfast?

Join Archie and Max, travel by mirror, and find out for yourselves.

If Archie’s Mirror sounds interesting, you can find it on the following sites:

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Inkitt

Goodreads

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