Some wizard schools are highly-accredited and well-respected. Others are smaller but serve elite clientele with high academic standards. By way of contrast, Gallimaufriars Academy in Cumbria barely meets Ministry of Wizardry criteria.
Corwyn Daniels faces problems a bit more challenging than most wizardlings encounter:
* How do you catch a Black Dragon?
* What's a Pestheckler?
* Where did the school's prized Sand Djinn Dervish go?
* Why is Gwynn ap Nudd hunting Misty Callaghan?
* How do I cast a spell when the Wild Hunt's after me?
Corwyn really has his work cut out for him. You'll delight in the magickal misadventures of a boy from the LEAST influential Wizard Academy in Britain -- run by professors that other schools refer to as ""a bunch of rumpots, crackpots, and pooka-mazed halfwits ...""