Stones Seven

Stones Seven

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by Ruth Mcintyre-Williams
     
 

Fiona leans into the hempen rope running across her back and around one leg. Step by step, she makes her way down the sheer cliff. Sea winds slam her against the wall. The rope skins and bloodies her hands. She drops from the too short rope to a narrow ledge washed by the sea, and lies in a heap on the granite shelf. Waves roll over her outstretched arm. A talisman

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Fiona leans into the hempen rope running across her back and around one leg. Step by step, she makes her way down the sheer cliff. Sea winds slam her against the wall. The rope skins and bloodies her hands. She drops from the too short rope to a narrow ledge washed by the sea, and lies in a heap on the granite shelf. Waves roll over her outstretched arm. A talisman stone of the M�rthyr glows from a woven golden chain lying around her neck. This stone orders her life and her destiny. She must follow her fated path; or die. Following prophecies and spirit messages from the dead, Fiona struggles to find the mythical island-city of Iodha, fabled home of the M�rthyr. Fiona is not alone in this quest. Somewhere in Kildonan, six other M�thyr stones destine their bearers to the same fate, the fate of the Stones Seven.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781591297147
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
04/18/2003
Pages:
426
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.95(d)

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Stones Seven 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really looked forward to the sequel of 'Clovenstone'. Again the writing style is superb, and it makes it difficult to put the book down. My only draw back is the ending is a bit anti-climatic, and would have preferred a little more. All in all an excelent read!