Fifteen-year-old Lizzy Watson is without a mother or friends. New to the town of Namton, she is also the victim of bullying at her school. Foe is a former wizard who has been stopped from unfurling his evil plan in Ladywood by a young prince, Nian, and sent to a place where fantasy and magic do not exist. After he unexpectedly travels through his mirror into a different world, Foe is met by Alpha, a creature who offers to help him get his memory back.
One night after Lizzy pulls back a new curtain in her bedroom, she is suddenly transported to a pandorian world of monsters and magic where everyone believes she is a werewolf. When her path crosses with that of Nian, Lizzy learns that he is her boyfriend and that she has been in love with him for some time. As a shadowy chain of events unfolds, Lizzy travels down a mysterious path where she must try to escape Foe’s kingdom. But when she eventually discovers the magical curtain offers her the power to transport herself into different worlds whenever she wants, where will she choose to call home forever?
Ladywood is the fantasy tale of a teenager’s adventures after she travels into a mysterious world, with help from a magical curtain in her bedroom.
Lizzy almost cries when she sees her new big bedroom. She puts up her curtain straight away. It was too big for her old house. It fits so perfectly, All her friends back in Kingston are going to be so jealous.
It’s late, Quiet enough for the nocturnal animals to finally venture out. Lizzy is trying to read one of the programs the old Lady gave her. Lizzy hears a couple arguing. She gets up and prepares to tell the couple to keep their noise down. She draws the curtain only to discover an impossible view.
She opens her bedroom door expecting to see her Dad’s bedroom door open as it always is. But that’s not what she sees. She doesn’t even recognise what she sees. The corridor isn’t hers and neither is the bedroom. The outside is different to for a start, It’s morning. Everyone is wearing period drama clothes from the 18th Century. Fortunately Lizzy has the clothes the old Theatre lady gave her. It fits her well enough for her to wear it even though it isn’t actually her size.
She leaves her room, It’s looks so different.