"The clever introductions don't end, throughout the book the author shows an almost unique skill when it comes to the descriptions of his creatures, and each new one draws a vivid mental picture for the reader." (WhatCulture!
"The book and author give a fantastic sense of scale, gradually building a map of the world for the reader as they progress through the story, showing the true size of the dimension that they've decided to delve into, it has the feeling of Alice in Wonderland for a modern audience, with some boogymen mixed in." (WhatCulture!
"A good, original and enticing indie book. Cleverly written. Definitely recommended to fans of Sci-FI and fantasy." (Marco - BookReviewsGuru
From the Back Cover
Something stirs deep within the old salt mines, but isn't content with staying there. It spills out to the town of Wayton, and right to Leah's front door. Leah's biggest concern in her life, up to this point, was making friends, but when she gets pulled into the conflict she will be in a fight for her life.
Many forces conspire against her; bullies, monsters, and something far more evil.
She'll need to use everything at her disposal just to survive:
Her gift of glamouring, the magic of control.
Sir Ursa, a living teddy bear and her best friend.
The Jackhammer, an ancient meckanical unearthed from the rocks it was designed to destroy.
Will Leah have the resolve to survive? Steel yourself for the adventures of Leah and the Jackhammer.