Wizard Heights Book 1 Updated

Update about Book 1 in the Wizard Heights series, The Legend of the Sorcerer King

Wizard Heights Book 1 has now been updated with new content. This includes a new prologue and more. This title can be acquired at the following web sites:






Wizard Heights is a series of fantasy books for kids aged 11 and up.

In the first book, titled, The Legend of the Sorcerer King, our hero, a kid called Charlie discovers a secret society of wizards living in mansions around a lake amongst forested hills near his home. While exploring this area, he is spotted by another kid of a similar age, whose name is Whitstable Augustus Febulant. Whitstable is determined to get to know Charlie, and shows up the next day at Charlie’s school. At first Charlie is determined not to get to know Whitstable, but eventually he gives in and Whitstable tells him the truth about Wizard Heights—that it is a haven for magicians, and he tells Charlie about a mystery concerning Whitstable’s grandfather, an Egyptian Idol of Thebes, and a mystery. Whitstable claims that his grandfather was cryogenically frozen as a result of a curse that was cast upon him by another magician, Al-Sharak. In addition, Whitstable claims that the curse can be broken if he and Charlie break into a crypt within Al-Sharak’s mansion, called The Crypt of the Undying. Having been blackmailed by Whitstable, Charlie agrees, and the two of them set off on an adventure to find the fabled Idol of Thebes.

You can also read more about this title at the following site: Wizard Books for Kids

The sequel to this title, The Library of the Ancients is also available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com


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