“A little bit of Verne, a little bit of Pullman, a whole lot of globe-trotting adventure!”
“Intelligent writing and a beautiful adventure!”
A strange compass. A mysterious expedition. A beautiful but dangerous woman.
Parsifal is restless. Tired of his idyllic English upbringing, and frustrated with his cold and officious guardian, Parsifal longs for swashbuckling adventure. With the discovery of a magical compass, his dreams are realized and he finds himself embarking on his guardian’s extraordinary scientific expedition, taking him to lands more curious and astounding than any he ever imagined. Faced with airships, polar bears, mermaids, and Cossacks, Parsifal must fight to uncover the truth…and untangle the threads of a forgotten myth.
***Kindle Book Review Award Finalist 2016***
McCallum J. Morgan’s writing promises the reader a spellbinding adventure, which readers of Pullman and Verne will fall in love with.
Survive the Sea, protect The Compass.
The beautiful and devious Lady Vasille lures Parsifal and his loyal friend, Balder, into the mythical Sea, where darkness and terror await. Evading hungry mermaids and depraved pirates, they seek sanctuary on a floating city of wreckage. But it is only the beginning—fighting for survival in the tightening web of Lady Vasille’s machinations, they find that nightmares roam this wild seascape, threatening even their steadfast friendship.Parsifal will have to face not only Vasille and the dark denizens of the Sea, but himself.What will he sacrifice?
Three Compasses. Seven Knives. The Final Battle.
Wicked forces are amassing in the Sea to overthrow the Weather Casters once and for all—unless an ancient prophecy can be fulfilled. Parsifal finds himself stranded on Land, ripped away from his friend, Balder, and powerless to stop Lady Vasille and the Wicked Ones. Fighting his way back to the Sea, he must contend with seething politics, inclement weather, an avaricious Duchess, a monstrous cockatrice, and a maniacal necromancer with a connection to both Parsifal’s past and Lady Vasille’s.
When hate and love collide, who will fulfill the prophecy?
Music by the talented Matt McLin, narration by the Author