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Warped Mirrors

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A boy meets whom he thinks is his older self at a Scottish country mansion. If only it were that simple. Overnight, with the help of a peculiar housekeeper, Julian must decipher the complexity of an unusual Mayan globe together with a mysterious board game originated from an alternate universe - one that manipulates time, dimension and weather and the key to averting a lif ...more
ebook, 152 pages
Published January 30th 2011 by S P Mount (first published January 11th 2011)
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Young Julian is convinced he is better than the poor lifestyle his mum can give him, so with the intention of tasting his dream he befriends the headmasters son. Accompanying the family on a trip to a Scottish estate in the country Julian gets more than he bargained for when he meets his host ‘Julian’ and soon begins to realise the similarities between them are more than just their name.

In parts I became a little confused, there were alternate dimensions and time travel and for some reason I’ve
This is a mystery story that escapes the bonds of Earth's time continuum by the use of an unusual board game that relies on strange tiles and the obscure mythology of the Maya culture; all of which must be understood over one wintery night at a Scottish castle by young Julian whose adult lookalike namesake proves to be of quite the sinister mystique.
Who is this older Julian and his ominous warning he hands to young Julian, should it be accepted as truth or is it a devious trap to win the elder J
Really enjoyed this book. The beginning chapters can almost be read as stand alone pieces - amazing in their detail and emotion, but I could put the story down easily after each sitting. THEN, just before the half-way mark, everything kicked off and I found it hard to put this story down. For me, it was a real page turner!

The level of research that must have gone into this story and the leap of imagination that brought it to 'the page' is staggering and fascinating. I've decided that the author,
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Abandoned on Planet Earth, S. P. Mount never really found his footing among the bizarre species called humankind. However, he eventually become adept at putting one foot in and doing the hokey-pokey, so that today, he might even seem human himself.

Stephan grew up in an orphanage in Scotland with his nose wedged in encyclopaedias. He spent his youth envisaging the world and beyond, until awakening
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