Beneath The Hallowed Hillby Theresa Crater
Anne Le Clair travels to Glastonbury with her fiancée, Egyptologist and mystic Michael Levy, to investigate a house she has inherited from a mysterious aunt...only to find trouble waiting. One of Avalon's sacred twin springs is failing. Together, Anne
The Illuminati have opened a hole in time, and now Atlantis will fall and the water of Avalon will run dry.
Anne Le Clair travels to Glastonbury with her fiancée, Egyptologist and mystic Michael Levy, to investigate a house she has inherited from a mysterious aunt...only to find trouble waiting. One of Avalon's sacred twin springs is failing. Together, Anne and Michael try to restore the water flow, but discover there is much more at stake: the Illuminati master Alexander Cagliostro has activated an ancient crystal tower, tearing a hole in time that threatens so much more than one sacred spring.
Meanwhile, in ancient Atlantis, Megan, priestess of the Crystal Matrix Chamber, flees the destruction of her world carrying with herself a vital artifact.
- Caliburn Press
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- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)
- Age Range:
- 16 Years
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What you will feel when you read this book is enraptured. That is a feeling I haven't had since I read Crater's last offering, Under the Stone Paw. These books have more than the story in common, There is a basic feeling of rightness here. First, if you have not read Under the Stone Paw, I urge you to do so. That is not only a wonderful book in its own right, but it lays the groundwork for this story. If you choose not to, and just read this as a stand alone, that will work for you as well. Atlantis. Who hasn't wondered about Atlantis? Have you ever wanted to visit Merlin'sCrystal Cave? How about Avebury, England or Stonehenge? Well, pick up this book and you will be there. You will meet faerie, and the Maidens of Avalon, too. Like Avalon itself, this book seems to be a sum of magic, as there are far too few pages to hold what you will experience if you read the story. Michael and Anne travel to Glastonbury to visit the home left to Anne Le Clair byher mother's sister. This is where the story begins, or should I say takes off?Once in Glastonbury, they find that there is a problem with one of the Sacred Springs. They take time off from their pursuit of the Illuminati to lend a hand. Here is where the story begins and ends. But, ends is perhaps not the right word? I think the ending lies somewhere in the future. I think you will enjoy the journey, but each journey has a beginning. Pick up the book and see where your beginning lies.. Strongly recommended