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The Pilgrims

Pendulum Trilogy: Book 1

Will Elliott

In the world between worlds, a dark age has come. The gods struggle to contain eight terrible dragons, restless in their sky prisons, while Vous, the people's 'friend and lord', descends into madness. This is Levaal, the world between worlds. When a small red door appears in a graffiti-clad train bridge, journalist Eric Albright and his friend, the homeless drunk Stuart Case, give no thought to what may be on the other side. Now they will discover why some doors should not be opened...


Pendulum Trilogy: Book 2

Will Elliott

When Eric Albright opened a battered red wooden door in an old railway arch he found Levaal, a world populated by mages, stoneflesh giants, pit devils, tunnel-dwelling groundmen, and much else besides. Levaal is a world divided: behind the ancient great Wall at World's End lie the mysteries of the unknown southern realm. But the Wall has been destroyed, and now Levaal stands naked before its twin world. War is looming: Tormentors roam the land and dragons strain against their prisons in the sky. The Arch Mage seeks to unseat Vous, the insane Lord, before he joins the gods. And one of the dragons is rumoured to have escaped. A Dark Age has dawned and all over Levaal, loyalties are fractured, while in the south an alien force is rising. Its name is Shadow. "

World's End

Pendulum Trilogy: Book 3

Will Elliott

When Eric Albright, a luckless London slacker, and his pal Stuart Casey went through a battered red door under a railway bridge, the last thing they expected to find was another world. There lay the strange, dark realm of Levaal, whose tyrant lord Vous has ascended to godhood. The great wall which has divided the land has been brought down, setting loose a horde of demonic Tormentors. In their sky prisons, the dragons are stirring, set to defy their slumbering creator and steal humanity's world.

Shilen, a dragon cloaked in human form, has convinced Eric and Aziel, Vous's daughter, to help free the dragons from their sky-prison, or Earth will be destroyed. She promises great power, and safety for all Eric's favoured people, but Shilen has an ulterior motive, for the dragons wish to control humankind completely.

In Will Elliott's World's End, the third volume in The Pendulum Trilogy, Levaal is facing the final battle in this age-old war between worlds and forces more ancient than any human, god, or dragon.