· James Batchelor
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If you've grown up with Harry Potter, prepare for a darker take on a wizarding world in this page-turning urban fantasy thriller.

First, their wands were taken. Then, it was their freedom.

Emilia Harris is on the run. Having escaped from her Sanctuary, she flees north, desperate to leave Greater England.

Leading the military forces pursuing her is the ruthless Captain Hawthorne, determined to protect the human population from the witchkind previously living among them. Harris will be the latest Wandless in a long line of arrests.

Emilia has just one advantage: escaping from the Sanctuary has restored her unique magic – which she soon uses to defend herself, with devastating consequences.

After the first clash increases the military’s desire to hunt her down, how can she hope to reach a place of safety… especially as her power is not the true threat she poses to society?

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About the author

James Batchelor (1986-present) is a UK journalist and writer. Born and raised in Essex, he has somehow survived the county's stereotypes, often mistakenly labelled as 'northern' or 'posh'.

By day, he is a senior editor at GamesIndustry.biz, a trade publication for (you guessed it) the video games industry, and has written for business publications for the games industry since 2006.

By weekend, he is the creator of worlds, including the Wandless series and the upcoing Death & Fairy Dust saga of urban fantasy thrillers.

He is a former member of Chelmsford writing group Writebulb, for which he edited and contributed to the club's charity anthologies.

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