The L-Shaped Village Book Oneby Lee J. H. Fomes
Art Elfee is in his final year of school, and whilst trying to deal with the unexpected attentions of the prettiest girl in his year, he is also hiding a huge secret; one of his best friends is a sprite, who appeared from nowhere four years in Art's past. Art believes their very treasured friendship has remained a secret, but the appearance of a magical Amulet… See more details below
Art Elfee is in his final year of school, and whilst trying to deal with the unexpected attentions of the prettiest girl in his year, he is also hiding a huge secret; one of his best friends is a sprite, who appeared from nowhere four years in Art's past. Art believes their very treasured friendship has remained a secret, but the appearance of a magical Amulet transports him to a strange world, and a snow-covered village, where one of it's inhabitants lets it slip that Art's sprite-friend may not be all he seems...
Arthur seems like a very ordinary boy, but over the course of his fantastical journey discovers he may just be at the centre of one of the most misunderstood legends of our time, that also turns out to be far from mythical. And although he has never been anything but amazingly unremarkable, Art Elfee could just be the boy with the coolest destiny of all.
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