When Jack is back home in the UK and life has returned to normal after the Prague adventure, Lenka comes to visit him as she promised. They will visit London as tourists. All goes smoothly until they enter a certain pub. It turns out to be a meeting place for wizards, and, when it comes to magic, London is no different from Prague.
Very soon they become involved in another adventure with mysterious, shady characters and a new creature to get along with Lenka.
Will Jack be able to handle London's secrets and magic and bring this new adventure to a successful conclusion?
“Do you like this pub, Lenka?” Jack asked. She seemed almost in a trance.
“Yes, it’s beautiful. But what struck me is the strong esoteric source that is around here. It’s an incredible thing,” replied the witch, and Jack realized she was attracted to the energy, not the pub’s lavish style.
“Strange, I’ve been here many times and I never felt anything. But now that you mention it, I feel something too. What would you like to drink? I’ll have a pint of Theakston,” the photographer said. Lenka chose white wine. But while they waited for the drinks, something fantastic happened. Something was materializing next to Jack. Small clouds of smoke moved quickly, but it was still not clear what it was.
Then, little by little, they began to see a figure: first a hat, then the face became visible. Yes, it was a man in his sixties. Jack was surprised, but Lenka was not. It was likely that this was a commonplace occurrence for her.
“Good afternoon,” the newly materialized man said. “I think you’re not from London? Let me introduce myself. I am Morgan Ingham. Nice to meet you.” He looked like a classy person, even though his clothes were a little old-fashioned.
“Our pleasure. We are Lenka and Jack,” replied the witch, happy to make his acquaintance.
“What brings you here?” Morgan asked in an affable tone. “Miss, your name seems to me to come from Bohemia...”
“Yes, you’re right, sir. I am from Prague. Have you been? Jack is American, from Arizona, if I’m not mistaken.”
Jack could see that the witch liked Mr. Ingham so much, even though he was older than her.
“I visited Prague many years ago. Extraordinary. I met a famous seer whose name escapes me now. You know with age your mind isn’t as fresh as it used to be. Anyway, I don’t want to bore you.” The man began to dematerialize again. Sometimes he looked like a hologram.
Marco Marek is an award winning author from Italy. He always had a fervid imagination and a passion for fantasy stories, medieval magicians, ancient history, and unexplained mysteries. While he was visiting a castle in Eastern Europe, he had the idea of writing Hyperearth. Apart from writing, Marco is also a painter and photographer, he likes digital artwork on Photoshop. He loves travelling when he has some free time.