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As with the lives of most 13-year-old girls, Katelin Tresan’s is not without its fair share of drama. However, the problems faced by this young half-Peruvian girl are perhaps a little more complex than usual… You see, when she goes to visit her half-brother, Calum (who lives with their father in the rugged, wind-swept land of Cornwall, England) she brings with her some Inca As with the lives of most 13-year-old girls, Katelin Tresan’s is not without its fair share of drama. However, the problems faced by this young half-Peruvian girl are perhaps a little more complex than usual… You see, when she goes to visit her half-brother, Calum (who lives with their father in the rugged, wind-swept land of Cornwall, England) she brings with her some Inca Crystals taken from the Sun Temple near her hometown in Peru. Calum takes a great interest the crystals, and after some experimenting, he discovers that they are in fact no ordinary gemstones; rather, they are supernaturally-charged crystalline-dynamite, with the ability to actually teleport people when plugged into a laptop! The two young siblings embark on a whirlwind of adventure as they enjoy playing their new device. I mean, what else would you expect from a couple of kids with magic, quite literally, at their fingertips? But unfortunately for them, a rather sinister wizard also comes to hear about the crystals, and will stop at nothing to get his hands on them, for use in his own nefarious plans… With the evil sorcerer on their trail, Katelin and Calum are thrown into an almighty battle of myth and magic; a struggle in which the lines of battle are constantly being redefined, and nothing is quite as it seems. Can they manage to keep the crystals from the wizard? What does he want them for anyway? And just how are they going to explain any of this to the grown-ups?!


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As with the lives of most 13-year-old girls, Katelin Tresan’s is not without its fair share of drama. However, the problems faced by this young half-Peruvian girl are perhaps a little more complex than usual… You see, when she goes to visit her half-brother, Calum (who lives with their father in the rugged, wind-swept land of Cornwall, England) she brings with her some Inca As with the lives of most 13-year-old girls, Katelin Tresan’s is not without its fair share of drama. However, the problems faced by this young half-Peruvian girl are perhaps a little more complex than usual… You see, when she goes to visit her half-brother, Calum (who lives with their father in the rugged, wind-swept land of Cornwall, England) she brings with her some Inca Crystals taken from the Sun Temple near her hometown in Peru. Calum takes a great interest the crystals, and after some experimenting, he discovers that they are in fact no ordinary gemstones; rather, they are supernaturally-charged crystalline-dynamite, with the ability to actually teleport people when plugged into a laptop! The two young siblings embark on a whirlwind of adventure as they enjoy playing their new device. I mean, what else would you expect from a couple of kids with magic, quite literally, at their fingertips? But unfortunately for them, a rather sinister wizard also comes to hear about the crystals, and will stop at nothing to get his hands on them, for use in his own nefarious plans… With the evil sorcerer on their trail, Katelin and Calum are thrown into an almighty battle of myth and magic; a struggle in which the lines of battle are constantly being redefined, and nothing is quite as it seems. Can they manage to keep the crystals from the wizard? What does he want them for anyway? And just how are they going to explain any of this to the grown-ups?!

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