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Secret of the Sirens
When Connie is sent to live with her aunt by the sea, she’s not expecting anything much – not to make friends with Col, the coolest boy in town, and certainly not to discover that mythical creatures still exist, that an ancient society has protected them for centuries and that a dark and powerful force is now trying to destroy it.
The Gorgon's Gaze
Mallins Wood is under threat, and with it the home of the last remaining gorgon - a mythical creature that can kill with a look. Only a handful of people know that she still exists. Col and his mother are among them, and both are determined to save her, and the forest.
Mines of the Minotaur
Connie is a Universal – she can talk to animals and mythical creatures. But something dark is calling to her, giving her dangerous power, and her best friend Col doesn’t know what to do. When her strange behaviour means Connie is rejected by the Society for the Protection of Mythical Creatures - the very group of people who are supposed to protect her...
The Chimera's Curse
During a long, hot summer, as the sun beats down and the earth gets dryer, Kullervo prepares for war. The serpent-like chimera is just one part of his frightening army. As the inferno of Kullervo’s hatred crackles into life, Connie and her best friend Col must stop him. But how? And who will survive this fight to the death?
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Meet George – the youngest Universal Companion – and his best friend, Malvin, the rudest goblin on Earth.
The world is spinning into environmental disaster and the Society for the Protection of Mythical Creatures has swung into action to defend it. George is put in charge of his first mission and sent to the island paradise of Zanzibar to hunt for disappearing water sprites. But how is he going to succeed with a changeable weather giant, a single-minded cyclops, a haughty phoenix, not to mention a certain grumpy goblin on his team?
Yet George is to learn that the biggest enemy is the one you can’t see until it is too late.