Magic. A Rough Guide
Creative power in the hands of ordinary people was never going to go down well with Government, corporations or Religion – that’s why magic was made a terrorist offence.
Lizzy Frances has always been a fighter, like her parents. it’s what got them executed and her locked up when she was five years old. That was thirteen years ago.
In a world where magicians are hunted down, executed or imprisoned, Lizzy escapes from a prison laboratory for magicians – the first person ever to get out alive.
Magicians have all but given up the fight and either live in the shadows or risk using fake identities.
With her powers returning, Lizzy decides to fight on alone and free the other girls.
Then Chris, an inexperienced magician who’s a few cards short of a full deck, turns up with a powerful artefact that could free all the girls.
One: Chris only learned of his powers a few days before they met.
Two: Time is running out; The Alumbrados have killed hundreds in their search for the artefact and now know Chris has it.
Lizzy is going to have to use more than magic if she wants to get through this.