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Set a century or so within the future, Simon, a child prodigy, is being bullied, not only by his fellow school students but even by his class teacher.
In spite of his remarkable abilities, he appears helpless in the face of his enemies who grow more violent in their attacks, and he can not reveal his non-human identification to anyone. His similarly talented fellow pupil Alice befriends him. What does she know? Can they help each other?
Dark forces, led by a mysterious cleric, will challenge their very survival. But help arrives from unexpected sources.
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|Publisher:||Burton Mayers Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Andrew Davis studied Philosophy of Religion with Richard Swinburne. A former primary teacher and university lecturer in Philosophy, Education and Primary Mathematics, he worked at Cambridge University and also taught Philosophy of Mind and Political Philosophy for the Open University. He is currently Honorary Research Fellow at Durham University. His research interests include Educational Assessment, Reading, Maths Education and Educational Neuroscience. Publications include both academic papers and books, newspaper articles, a couple of children's stories and a regular magazine series about a (fictional) over-educated school caretaker.