An ancient prophecy foretells disaster, and only Penny, John and Ben Trevelyan can prevent it happening. They have survived the dark, magical trials of the Lyonesse Stone and the Seat of Storms. Now, their attempt to defend Cornwall from this looming threat leads them again on quests through other worlds and times. Can they succeed? – They are faced with the evil forces of the sinister Doctor Dee, the mystery of the man from the sea, and a much-feared face from the past. Ruthless pirates; the giant of St Michael Mount; mystic sea-caves; treasure from the Isles of Scilly; the ancient dolments of West Cornwall; the Sea Bucca; the monstrous Morgawr and the lowly Piskey; the lonely vale of a long-ago battlefield: all these and more encompass the fear, courage, adventure and sacrifice of The Tinners’ Way.
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'In stylish and fast-moving prose, a host of figures from Cornish and Celtic history and mythology pit their wits against the sinister Doctor Dee. …
With a series of bizarre deaths and the theft of the Trevelyans’ talisman, the great sword of Rialobran, depriving them of much-needed protection, the scene is set for a titanic struggle which climaxes in battle at Vellan-druch. TheCornish Banner
‘Linking Dee with historical figures lends realism to this fantasy adventure. This may be a tinners’ way to be taken at your peril but, if you enjoy full-blooded action and high adventure, then you’ll love every step of your journey. As a storyteller, Craig Weatherhill has few equals and the book is a ‘must’ for all lovers of a good read.’ Frank Ruhrmund, WMN