Back to Atlantis
Yasmin returns to the kingdom of Atlantis, determined to use her newfound powers to rescue its people from a terrible fate. But when David, her true love, turns out to be engaged to another girl, and the persistent voices in her head refuse to let her be, she begins to feel as though maybe she is not cut out to be Atlantis’ savior. And what’s worse, her powers are failing her too. Yasmin vows never to use her magic again, believing that Atlantis can save itself through alliance and cooperation, with no need for her worthless contribution.
Treading the Coffin-Shaped Boards
Mary is born into the chilling darkness of the workhouse. To cope with the harsh and hostile environment she develops inexplicable abilities. At night laying in the coffin-like bed, it is normal for her to hear the creaking floorboards, to see sinister spirits hiding in the shadows, vengeful phantoms and demons. As a young adult Mary once again finds herself down on her luck and is forced to re-enter this most dreaded of places but this time she is accompanied by her two children. The Master of the workhouse believing her to be a bad influence and fearing she would stoke instability amongst the other inmates quickly throws her back out onto the desolate and dangerous Victorian streets without her babies.