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The Ring of Light

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By Jordan Neenan English Coursework :Original Writing The Ring of Light Hello, my name is Luke; I will be your narrator throughout this story. I know the characters intimately and will introduce you to them when they come along. Brace yourself for I am going to take you through an enchanted and magical but then also evil story about a young man's adventure through a mystical world. So sit back and make yourself comfortable. A well-built young man stood in the doorway of a small thatched cottage, 'Has anyone seen Wilfred? Mum?' His mother was a plump woman with dark hair and blue eyes. She was sitting in a large armchair reading a book entitled 'Does the Ring of Light Really Exist?' 'No, sorry Danny dear, I haven't been out today. I'm not feeling too good, maybe your father has.' 'Mum why do you read such nonsense? ' Asked Danny, 'Its not nonsense dear, I'm just...' 'Expanding your mind, yes I know, you say that about every book you read but you know I'm right.' Danny said this in a frustrated tone but his mother didn't seem to be listening so he walked back out of the door. Now in the light you could see Danny was a tall handsome young man, long dark hair the same as his mothers in a ponytail and the most brilliant green eyes you could ever imagine, ...read more.


At about midday he left for the forest on Wilfred. She was a beautiful black mare with white hooves and moved as if she were royalty. He rode for a whole day deep into the forest until night came, found a clearing where he made camp. He had a hard night, he kept on hearing sounds around him, an owl hooting, a twig breaking or even a whisper that he thought was the wind but it sounded too familiar it couldn't possibly be the wind, he could hear words, 'Is it really him? No? It looks like him, it is him.' Danny blamed this on his imagination playing tricks on him but he wasn't sure. The next day Danny rose about midday because of the restless night he had had. He kept on riding east in hope of finding a town or village where he could eat and drink but it didn't come. Nightfall came and Danny tried to sleep again but this time there was something around him, he could feel it. He grabbed his sword and shot up out of bed. The noises had vanished, complete and utter silence surrounded him, but suddenly he heard deafening shouts from every direction then a net incapacitated him. He could not move for it was so tight around his arms and legs. ...read more.


She said, not noticing Danny's question. A large box appeared out side the window; it had two chairs inside of it and around twenty fairies holding it up in the air. The Queen gestured for him to get into it so he did, she joined him, 'I feel that you have many questions to ask, save them until I have finished the story. About twenty-five years ago this land was a happy one; everything was in perfect balance until he was born.' 'He? Whose he?' Danny asked, 'He is the Prince of Darkness, the only one more evil than him is the Devil himself or maybe even the Devil isn't so evil, but anyway he has great magical power and only uses it for evil. The reason we are still here is because of the Ring of Light, it protects us from him and his dark ways, but he is growing more powerful everyday and soon even the Ring of Light won't be able to protect us; but, there is one that is more powerful than him, yes that's right, its you.' Danny was a bit shocked about what the Queen just said, 'But how could it be me, I know no magic, I haven't a magical bone in my body and why do you hate him so much, what has he done?' 'He thrives on death, where there is light he brings dark ...read more.

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