When a dying friend shows up at Maggie’s home bearing proof that the 'myths' are reality and that the enemy of the ancient days is coming back - and their only hope of stopping him is in finding the King - Maggie agrees to carry the proof to a scholar who may be able to help her piece together the truth about her world and the secrets of her own past. Chased by shadow creatures bent on destroying them and reclaiming the proof they carry, Maggie, the Gypsy Nicolas Fisher, and the blind seer Virgina Ramsey journey toward truth, destiny, and revelations that will change their lives forever.
‘Worlds Unseen’ is a classic tale of good against evil in a fantasy world. The plot is well structured and the quality of the story telling is matched by a professional level of proof reading which has weeded out spelling errors and clumsy grammar. Overall, Worlds Unseen manages to combine skilful authorship with well-paced story-telling to create a work which should hold its own with the output from better known fantasy authors. Full review here.