Martina Mackenzie: The Palace of Glass

Martina Mackenzie: The Palace of Glass

by Cori Nicole Smith
     
 

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An Elfin queen's curse sears through the ages as the secret society that threatens Sheardland's existence burns to find out what else lies in her tomb. By the end of the tale, Rhihalven, Elves, Fairies, and humans have all become involved as they grapple for control of a key, long-forgotten wisdom, and an ancient secret.

With the discovery of Mr. Willoughby's diary

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An Elfin queen's curse sears through the ages as the secret society that threatens Sheardland's existence burns to find out what else lies in her tomb. By the end of the tale, Rhihalven, Elves, Fairies, and humans have all become involved as they grapple for control of a key, long-forgotten wisdom, and an ancient secret.

With the discovery of Mr. Willoughby's diary in this third book of the Martina Mackenzie series, the trio sets off on yet another wild adventure in Sheardland. To find the missing earth key, Martina, Heath, and London disguise themselves as Elfin servants at Womeldorff Castle.

As they piece together clues from the diary and what they learn from fellow servants, they discover a wrongfully accused prisoner about to be executed and determine to help him. Faster than a snarling wild snapdragon, the escape goes awry, leading to an unplanned trip to the famed Forian Tree where Martina runs into a familiar face.

Ancient wrongs rekindle as more tales of Fairies are proven true. Meanwhile, decades of scholarly study pay off for one Elf who unleashes spells that none thought possible to cast. Will the trio find the key before it falls into the wrong hands? Can a curse from long before the elemental laws smolder on forever? Martina, Heath, and London discover more of Sheardland's secrets as they struggle to continue Mr. Willoughby's work without getting caught in the inferno.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441433596
Publisher:
Rinesmith Carothers Publishing House
Publication date:
10/15/2012
Pages:
210
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.48(d)

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