Seventeen-year old Wolfdon dreams of travelling to Aizai, a forgotten realm connected to our world by invisible sol-lines. He begins his search as a word-warrior in his hometown in France in the late 17th century, hunting for rare books that mention Aizai. One obscure book, by the philosopher Paulo de la Costa Santamiguero, has given him a lead to start his journey: to go to the northern coast of Spain where a portal to Aizai supposedly exists.
With a noble horse he borrows from an astrologer and armed with a strange magical device, Wolfdon travels to a place that surpasses even his vivid imagination, with walking statues, animals with glowing gems of power, beautiful towers and misty valleys, and Aizians whose magic is innate to their souls. He meets many peculiar persons, from the cryptic Philosophers of the Eastern Empyrean to beautiful Aizians and dark magicians.
Though death and danger loom ever near, nothing can dim the brightness of Aizai kindling within Wolfdon's heart. Yet as he strives to discover Aizai's secrets and fate, a frightening truth becomes clear, and may cost Wolfdon everything, including the future.