Flora and the Spell Caster. Fantastic tale.

Dear readers,

Here’s the new written version of the fantastic tale, Flora Bytom and the Spell Caster. You will find extracts for a few weeks, until the next publication of the book. Wladyslaw Tepes, the Romanian prince of darkness of the land of Mount Moldoveanu will be ruthless and he uses all the evil spells, to extend its terrifying power.

The tree in the clouds
“In the hills of the Oberland, in the north-eastern of the Poland, lived Flora Bytom, a peasant than a dozen years. She lived with her parents in a wooden farmhouse, nestled in the countryside of Nidzica. (…)
In recent weeks, the region became the target of worrying phenomena. Indeed, during stormy nights, scary roars resounded in the hamlets.
In spring morning, as usual, the girl got up early to do his daily work. She opened the shutters wondering why she did not hear the cock singing.
She showered, put on his overalls and boots, covered his head with a scarf, and then went avoiding many puddles of water.
(…) She stopped stunned in front of the open door of the barn, which foreshadowed the worst.(…)
When she saw the cock rooster, trembling deep in his dilapidated shelter, the girl understood why the bird, could not sing at dawn as was his habit.
A net tone was barely of the beak hurt. Two claws were missing from its lug.
Approaching the kitchen bathed in the rays of the rising sun, she found her parents whispering in full discussion. Intrigued, she stood by the entrance. Mrs. Bytom appeared agitated because her husband was about to go to sea, to sail for months.
Mr. Bytom, fisherman often sailed in the Baltic Sea, between the high waves on his trawler, Abundance walking in the Gulf of Bothnia heading to the North Sea.
– It must explain everything, my darling, warns the sailor, it is time.
– No, we must still protect Flora, protested his wife disoriented.
– (…) Suddenly, Flora could not hold back a sneeze. To not attract the attention of the conversation, that she had heard, she entered the room. (…)
While she was cutting units of delicious Pernik  prepared the day before, Flora, intrigued, looked at the couple, wondering what secrets they possessed.”(….)

You can read the extract of the new version on the site of fantastic tales: Fortunalia. Book of Magical Tales.
Thank you for your fidelity.



Categories: 2. Readings of fairy magic, 5. Literature, Information on the magic tales

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2 replies

  1. Hezké čtení, to je základ krásna a fantazie.

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