In Hollywood blockbusters time travel involves exotic locations and the rescue of the latest sex kitten from an evil professor. Real life, as Finbar LeMott discovers, is rather different. He journeys to a bobbin mill in the Lake District, meets a flatulent horse called Elijah, a machine called The Beast and seems to have the unhappy knack of doing all his travelling in damp pyjamas. Oh, and unexpectedly taking his friends to meet Doctor Dee in sixteenth century London only adds to his problems. Fin needs help and maybe Leon Messenger is the man for the job; twenty-first century man about town and medieval joiner, his only problem is convincing his friend Richard Hedd, that the possibilities are endless, if only you look at things in the right way. Fin's safety is assured. It's not necessarily smart and it's certainly not always funny, but it's amazing what Time can accomplish In A Moment. A book for those who don't always trust happy endings, simple science or hocus pocus. A book for those who want to believe in something, but need a little more by way of explanation. Welcome to The Ley Of The Land.