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William and the Pirates of Fruxiclay-bookcover

By: Nina Pearce

William and the Pirates of Fruxiclay

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William had only done a tiny bit of magic. Nothing to write home about. The ball was going into his unmarked goal, in a local football match and he had just made the ball swerve away, into the waiting spectators. Of course, Esmeralda had seen what had happened and to say she was annoyed was an understatement. He didn’t dare try to use any more magic during that game and in spite of his heroic efforts he was unable to stop the opponents scoring two more goals, making the score 4-3 to the opposition. Ah well, it could have been worse, at least his team had scored and from what he could see from his end of the pitch, they were very good goals.

William soon finds himself heading back to Clyeophos, where he would be learning how to use his magic properly. The spaceship Superiority is attacked by some pirates from Fruxiclay, who take the crew hostage. How will they escape and continue their journey?

Nina is a retired primary school teacher of nearly 30 years' experience. She was diagnosed with MS about three years ago. She is no longer able to walk but is able to use a tricycle which she uses nearly every day, accompanied by her able-bodied husband. Nina has three children, four grandchildren and a dog. She has always been fascinated by Science Fiction and the wonders of magic.
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