I find myself now picking up the novel periodically to learn one entry, and not make out the print, but to analyze Sander's commentary and have myself you might need how I am living. Personally, I find my military service and my martial studies to become portion of me, not merely something I did or do. They are an easy method of life. Sure, that will sound funny for some, but also for those who actually live this way, we understand it's a powerful method to live. The warrior's edge that I write and speak about is exactly what this book is approximately. Its about living more powerfully with honor, integrity, and self-discipline. William took an enchanting journey 600 years back soon enough along with his nanny, Mrs. Phillips, in the first book, The Castle in The Attic. He met Sir Simon and defeated the villain, Alastor. This book starts off with William being couple of years older and Mrs. Phillips sent him mothering sunday present, the charm of Janus used inside first book. The charm enables you to shrink and un-shrink things, animals, and the ones. Then, if these shrunken folk spend the night time inside castle in William's attic, they wake inside the past. The attic is finished, plus a forest is away from castle.