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We apologise for the delay in publishing book two of this series. Unfortunately the book was delayed due to illness and move of residence on the author’s part.
The book is almost ready however and we are aiming for a release on kindle in December this year and a print version after that.
We are really sorry for the inconvenience caused by the delay but we hope that Book 2 will be worth the wait and the author has promised that Book 3 will follow very quickly as he is working on both at the same time.
Thank you for your patience.
Cover illustration: The Rowan Tree by Laura Tolton
Danger grows. Disorder rules…
As the mysterious tree on Glastonbury Tor exerts its powerful effects on the world, it buys time for Tilly and Zack to disappear.
Back in the world of power and politics, the layers of hidden history begin to unpeel and the most powerful and dangerous force of all begins to reveal itself.
Meanwhile, Tilly and Zack are on the move. They are working fast to uncover the second key. But what they have to learn in order to succeed, might just be as dangerous as failing…
If you haven’t read Watchers – Book One in the Tilly Greenway series – yet then there’s still time to catch up before this exciting sequel is released in 2015!
This autumn I’m doing a tour of Waterstones Bookstores, signing copies of Watchers. I started off as soon as I got back from Ireland with a visit to Wells Waterstones on Saturday 18th August.
It was the hottest day of the year, which normally means fewer folks are out buying books, but we had a really excellent day with a steady stream of people coming to the desk. Thanks to Sarah and all her staff for helping to organise everything. I really enjoyed my visit with you.
Wells is a beautiful city, full of higgledy-piggledy side streets and wonderful medieaval nooks and crannies. The Cathedral is one of the most spectacular in the country (amazing to have such a vast building in such a small place) and is definitely worth a visit if you haven’t been already (or perhaps another visit, if you have!).
During the West Cork Literary Festival and at certain times during the summer, both Essi Tolling and J.M. Hurley will be doing pop-up lunch time book signings at the lovely Organico Cafe in Bantry.
Whyte Books, Schull, Co Cork
On July 19th Essi Tolling will be doing a reading and book signing at Whyte Books in Schull. He may even read a short extract from the forthcoming Book Two – The Hidden Hand!
Whyte Books is an oasis of calm and beauty for book lovers. A trip to Schull is worth the effort. You can see the seals that hang around the harbour hoping that you’ll give them a nice fresh fish or eat french crepes in the creperie, (where they also do gluten free crepes!) or just enjoy the ambiance of this lovely seaside town.
On August 9th, Essi Tolling will be in Waterstone’s, Patrick Street, Cork signing copies of Watchers and generally interacting and chatting with customers. Come and say hello!
One of the key scenes of the rural England centerpiece of Danny Boyle’s 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony is said to be that of Glastonbury Tor with a tree emerging where the iconic tower now stands.
Glastonbury Tor is a well-known landmark of the British countryside, a place of pilgrimage for hundreds of years. But the Tor is famous not just for the hill itself, but for the striking silhouette of St. Michael’s Tower on its peak. This is the image that everyone is familiar with. The Olympic Opening Ceremony, however, apparently will feature the Tor with the tower replaced by a fully-grown tree: an image that has never been seen before, or has it?
Actually, a magical tree emerging on Glastonbury Tor is exactly the key closing scene of the 2011 young adult fantasy novel Watchers by Essi Tolling.
In addition, the book opens with London in the grip of an emergency evacuation brought on by a fake flood warning made believable by heavy downpours coming from man-made rain clouds!
Also according to the Daily Mail: “Boyle, who directed the multi-Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionaire, said the aim of the ceremony was to create ‘a picture of ourselves as a nation’, and to ensure it is authentic there will even be giant fake clouds which will pour with rain.” Read more
Like Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, Watchers blends fact with fiction and uncovers dark secrets and hidden histories that have huge contemporary relevance. The magical history of the British countryside features prominently in the story.
Without giving too much away for those of you who have not yet read the book, here is the paragraph that describes the event:
“Up thrust the tree in a mass of flickering silver and grey. At first its slender trunk grew inside the walls of the tower, but as it got taller its branches pushed outwards, cracking the tower to pieces. The top stones fell first, cascading away down the Tor. Then the rest gave way until even the foundation stones, deep-set and strong, fractured and crumbled to dust.
“In an instant the tower had gone and there in its place stood a majestic tree.” (Watchers p. 528)
Tolling would not be drawn further on the significance of the tree’s appearance on the famous landmark. “I don’t want to spoil the surprise for the thousands of readers who are buying the book, but it’s fair to say that the scene where a tree grows on the Tor is pivotal to the plot, not just for book one but for the whole series.”
Maybe Danny Boyle or someone working with him read Watchers and was inspired by elements of the story or perhaps it’s just a case of wonderful synchronicity. In either case we are delighted, as it affirms that the great response we are getting from readers may be in part because the book is capturing a new and emerging zeitgeist; one which is leaning towards beauty, nature and the desire for unity in the face of world policies that seem hell bent on destruction, control and decay.
Essi Tolling comments: “To say it is Glastonbury Tor and then replace the tower with a tree is interesting to say the least. Why not use just a regular hill and tree surrounded by England’s green and pleasant fields? Maybe Danny Boyle is tapping in to a deeper mystery; the same mystery that inspired me to take up the pen in an effort to expose hidden truths? I would be fascinated to find out!”
Watchers, the first book in the Tilly Greenway and the Secrets of the Ancient Keys series, was published in 2011 and is available in most Waterstone’s bookstores and from amazon, as well as from several outlets in Glastonbury and Avebury. Book two The Hidden Hand will be released in spring 2013.
It’s been a really busy time recently, including a trip across the country to Suffolk to visit some schools and do another book-signing event.
Both legs of the car-ride were through torrential rain: the kind when you can hardly see the car right in front of you. In fact, as I drove around London, the weather reminded me of the beginning of Watchers.
When we first meet Tilly she is woken by rain hammering on the roof of the Greenway’s apartment. It is the fortieth straight day of downpours and clouds hang ominously over the capital. Tilly has no idea that the rain is all part of a devious plot to microchip the population, nor that London is about to be evacuated…
I won’t spoil the story for those of you who haven’t read it yet. Let’s just say that sometimes fact and fiction shake hands and as I drove…