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   Second Gateway, The, by Sam Wilding  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2009
 
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      This, book two in the Denthan series, tests family-ties and friendships to the limit in a new and epic setting where the odds are stacked heavily against James and his wizard-goldfish, Mendel.

    One year on from their extraordinary adventure in Denthan, the zany villagers of Drumfintley are, yet again, all that stand between a peaceful world and certain disaster. When a whole new array of monsters and dark magic begins to emerge from the murky waters of Loch Echty all hell breaks loose. Beneath the Scottish loch, Mendel and James discover the submerged village of Fintley, a huge obelisk and a new crystal key. It is soon clear that they face a greater threat than ever before. In this, the second epic struggle to keep the Peck family together, some souls may be lost for good-

    Will James, Craig and Bero still be able to save us all? Will Mendel, the wizard-goldfish, continue to outwit his oldest and greatest adversary? Will the second gateway take the villagers of Drumfintley on a one-way trip to catastrophe?

     
     
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  • Denthan (#2)

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  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
  • Monsters
  • Scotland

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