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The Arm of the Stone
     

The Arm of the Stone

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by Victoria Strauss
 

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HE REMEMBERS THE TALE.

Of a day when Mind and Hand were one, bound by the all-powerful Stone.Of an unfathomable evil which seized the Stone with ruthless treachery.Sundered its worlds. Used its might to conquer the domain of Mind.And shielded the ill-gained talisman in an impenetrable fortress.

HE HEARS THE TALE.

Of the One Who Comes.
The deliver. The

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HE REMEMBERS THE TALE.

Of a day when Mind and Hand were one, bound by the all-powerful Stone.Of an unfathomable evil which seized the Stone with ruthless treachery.Sundered its worlds. Used its might to conquer the domain of Mind.And shielded the ill-gained talisman in an impenetrable fortress.

HE HEARS THE TALE.

Of the One Who Comes.
The deliver. The avenger.
The One who has been awaited for ten centuries and more.
Who wields a power whose like has never before been seen.
Who will restore freedom. Peace. And the Stone.

Bron looks up. And he knows.

HE IS THE TALE.

Author Biography:

Victoria Strauss was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, and graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in Comparative Religion. She wrote her first novel when she was seventeen, during a year off between high school and college. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts, with her husband and three cats.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780606131483
Publisher:
San Val, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/01/1998

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The Arm Of The Stone 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What is the ultimate price we pay for the ever-increasing levels of technology we attain? In the world of Victoria Strauss's THE ARM OF THE STONE, the cost of unfettered handpower is division from and loss of the most powerful and mystical parts of our minds. A young boy is raised on a secret prophecy about the return of balance to his sundered world. He sets out on a path of vengeance and fulfillment after losing his family to the ruling theocracy's cruel investigations. THE ARM OF THE STONE delivers both an engrossing trip through the story and one of the most impressive climaxes seen in the genre of late. It is a novel of loss, rage, and ultimately, one of hope.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book. I am surprised I found it in my local library, for it seems rare. But it is good. It centers on a single character.