James Bartholomeusz lives in Hertfordshire, England, with his parents and two brothers, but he is currently studying English literature at the University of Exeter. When not reading or writing, he enjoys karate, films, and British comedy. He’s also interested in politics. The White Fox is his first novel—if you were here, he’d buy you dinner for reading it.
Teenager Jack Lawson lives an average and ordinary life in a typical southern English town, until the day a white fox introduces himself as Jack’s guardian spirit and gives to him a mysterious talisman. Jack’s life continues to spin out of control when his friend Alex, after warning that the town is in grave danger from demons controlled by the Cult of Dionysus, is kidnapped by the cult. Enlisting the help of his friend Lucy, Jack embarks on a journey unlike one he could have ever imagined?one filled with sublime mysteries and fantastical adventures. A story written by a teenager for a teenage audience, this work encourages readers to reconsider their assumptions about the fantasy genre while deciphering the book’s parallels with real-world mythology and philosophy.