The Necromancer Part I

      Mike Voyce
The Necromancer Part I

An answer to the greatest ‘locked-room’ mystery of all time,What happened to the Princes in the Tower?A book by Mike Voyce doesn’t do just one thing at once; take each strand at the depth you like. Just read it for a very pacey and original story; covering the abduction of the Princes, the arrest of Hastings and Rivers, the Buckingham Rebellion, the Tower of London, the History and the characterShakespeare called his play ‘Richard III’ a tragedy. Its centre is the disappearance of 12 year-old Prince Edward and 10 year-old Prince Richard, the sons of King Edward IV, from the care of their uncle, King Richard III. Shakespeare and history accuse Richard of murdering the Princes, within months of their father’s death, in April 1483, but in each century since, starting in the 1490s, there have been dissenting voices.By 2012 many millions of words have been written about what happened to the Princes, yet no-one has ever offered a satisfactory or complete explanation, at least not until now. The problem with the explanation is it has magic at its heart, the magic of the necromancer, and historians won’t allow themselves to believe in magic.Amongst all the fantasy of Horror and Sci-Fi on our bookshelves there is room for a little medieval High Magic; the more so since it may be true.The author and narrator does undertake psychic investigations, as mentioned in the book. The Arthur Findlay College at Stansted Hall, where the story opens, is a World centre for psychic studies and mediumship. Does it matter whether The Necromancer is a true story or fiction? If you accept there is no such thing as ‘single-pointed reality,’ there are many different realities, that miracles and other impossibilities are a good deal more common than people think, and that what people believe is what really matters; you may conclude simply The Necromancer is a good story.Because this is an interactive eBook you have free access to the full text of three important books of history, not to mention the Odyssey, two major books on magic and many other materials. In all there are 54 hyperlinks to relevant pages on the Internet.Leave historical authority and extended backgrounds to the hyperlinks. They allow you and the author to get on with the story in all its twists and turns. The strengths and weaknesses of historical figures are shown; the character of the little known Thomas Nandyke, the necromancer, is brought to light and brought to life.If you’re hooked, and you will be, Parts II & III go on to put right the world we live in, they deal with King Louis XI and bishop Morton; Part III restores Hastings and Rivers, not to mention the Princes, of whom there are three, including Richard III’s own son.As is usual with Mike Voyce, this story stands on the boundary between Truth and Fiction; it’s as true as you want it to be. If you take the insights into the nature of realities, the ‘After Word on Truth,’ right at the very end of the whole book, will clear the mists which still seem to cloud our own world.
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    Edward - Interactive

      Mike Voyce
Edward - Interactive

What is Past and what is Present? Edward came to light in 1990 and changed my life; the events around Edward happened in the 1480s and 1490s. Can the Past change the Present, or the other way around? This book's truth, with pains-taking detail, of both then and now, may provoke. Edward could have ended Tudor tyranny with the cup, the sword and druid glass. Let's end that tyranny over the present.If you’re very clever, and very lucky, you will learn from the practice of Law, sometimes even in the court itself, that the Truth is subjective. The truth of a novel is also subjective and, exactly as with a just and winning case, the truth of a great novel will stay with you and change your life. In Edward I have played with the Truth; taking exact and accurate facts to tell a particular story, which for 500 years was obscured from History. Here you will not find internal inconsistency or lapses of plot. Reviewers like it; but, if all I wanted was popularity I would not have told a story from the Life. The power of Edward bends Reality such that further doors have been opened, through 2 websites and numerous hyperlinks they have been opened for you.In the latest edition of Edward I have played with this access to Reality, through more than 60 hyperlinks, including 2 dedicated video links, you can explore issues surrounding Edward; from the recorded history of characters around him to the legend of the Holy Grail, from present day places to the sound of medieval music, even spirit guides.The interactive edition of Edward is revolutionary; it should change the nature of eBooks, and for that reason I’m now giving it away free. Beyond Edward itself, I wish to demonstrate what can be done with eBooks, simple principles which could be used by any writer or publisher. Download it soon, for there will come a time when the point of my humble innovation will have been made, and I shall impose a charge.Edward was the heir to the duke of Buckingham, the rightful heir to the throne, on the run for his life from Richard III at the age of 5, and hardly safer under the new king; but what of that dangerous woman the King’s mother, Eadie whom he loved and Alainore whom he would be forced to marry? For more of his story, or for that of the author, a senior partner in a Law firm, locked in unravelling what happened 500 years ago, you can see the description of the original edition (still available at Smashwords) or Google Mike Voyce.
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    The Necromancer Whole Book

      Mike Voyce
The Necromancer Whole Book

Now Richard III's body is found this book is FREE. The greatest ‘locked-room’ mystery of all time solved.What happened to the Princes in the Tower?Part I is the story behind history. Parts II and III are what has been done about it; love against magic, to confound the darkest forces of English history.The Whole Book resolves the loose ends and sets our world back to where it should beIn a conveniently short form here is one of the greatest stories of England.If you live in any part of the English speaking world or in many places beyond, whether you know it or not, the subject of this book has affected your World profoundly.In 1483, before Columbus sailed for America, History was falsified and the World set on a dangerous course. It was done to satisfy the ambitions of Louis XI of France and the English Margaret Beaufort.What was done was hidden, in this book it is revealed and, by our belief, can now be made right.Part I puts right the historical record and clears the name of Richard III.Parts II and III create what should have been and go on to open the eyes of the World.Along the way are links to the complete texts of books of History and books of Magic. Along with these are an understanding of how Magic works and realities are created, for this is a book of psychic investigation and psychic action.
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