About The Book

In a dimension that is invisible to humans and inhabited by magical beings, four companions embark on a journey to free a friend and a large number of pollinating insects from the clutches of a diabolical wizard who is himself captivated by the most powerful Sorceress ever known.
The heroes are sustained in their quest by humour, affection, courage and loyalty as they battle the age old evils of greed, cruelty and unfettered ambition.
In this light-hearted but dark-edged fantasy fairy tale heroes tackle their own twenty first century environmental problems while a personal conflict is resolved and an unlikely friendship is forged in adversity.

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Jane Taylor

About the Author

Jane Taylor is a retired secondary school teacher of Chemistry and Science who now lives near Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire. She spends a great deal of time writing fiction, autobiography and poetry but this is her first published book. Honey Mountain was inspired by her daughter Emily’s illustrations, some of which are included in the book. Emily studied animation at the University of Wales, Newport and now works in Bristol as a web designer, a free-lance illustrator and a painter of murals. You can read more about this mother and daughter pair on their website honeymountainbook.co.uk

Honey Mountain

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