Sixteen-year-old Archer's medieval village is under threat from a
parallel world: modern-day England. His orders are clear. Travel. Investigate.
His assigned foster home is a nightmare. The other
boys strive to break his spirit using his bow - they have no idea they are
dealing with a trained warrior. His courage prevails: he teaches them honour,
integrity and archery; they teach him how to get in trouble with the
authorities. The result is a new foster home where he is faced with a far worse
Pink-haired Mandy fancies him, but he dislikes her
aggression. Twelve-year-old Rory fancies him too, but he protects her like a little
sister. When Mandy finds them in his bedroom doing algebra, she threatens to
tell. Archer has a choice: submit to her blackmail or get kicked out. Again.
She lures him into a gang of teenage shoplifters led by a vicious thug. Rory’s
detective skills reveal their scam, but Archer needs every ounce of inner
strength to survive when even his friends betray him. Before he can save
his village, Archer must save himself.
RORY is a “fish-out-of-water” tale
where one teen’s spirit changes the world around him.