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The Hero from Otherwhere by Jay Williams

The Hero from Otherwhere

by Jay Williams

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It was a case of hate at first sight.
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It was a case of hate at first sight -- Rich and Jesse are enemies from the minute thay ran into each other books, flying, in the school corridor. Opposites in character, the two boy competed with each other in the classroom and at sports -- until the day their undeclared war exploded into a fight and they were sent to the principal's office. To their astonishment, they opened the office door and found themselves entering another dimension-the strange parallel world of Gwyliath. Rich and Jesse had been summoned to undertake a dangerous quest: together they must stop the evil power of Fenris, the wolf who threatened to destroy Gwyliath and Earth. Despite their dislike of each other, Rich and Jesse agree to go on the mission. In order to succeed they have to outwit and overcome fierce monsters, witches and the illusions of a demon shape-changer!
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Two boys who are enemies at school find they must rely on each other when they are transported to a strange world parallel to the one on earth.

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