The Haunted Glade [NOOK Book]

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Legend talks about a haunted glade somewhere deep in a nearby wood. While most residents of a tiny village regard those fireside stories as nothing more than cautionary tales meant to keep children in line, curious adolescents attempt to solve the puzzle of the haunted glade. Rumors of a strange twilight melody that seems to come from somewhere in the wood only feed youthful recklessness, and no one but the village potter knows the truth behind this mysterious music. He alone in his generation has heard the ...
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The Haunted Glade

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Overview

Legend talks about a haunted glade somewhere deep in a nearby wood. While most residents of a tiny village regard those fireside stories as nothing more than cautionary tales meant to keep children in line, curious adolescents attempt to solve the puzzle of the haunted glade. Rumors of a strange twilight melody that seems to come from somewhere in the wood only feed youthful recklessness, and no one but the village potter knows the truth behind this mysterious music. He alone in his generation has heard the haunted glade’s call, and he knows that someone among those young adventurers is now being summoned, as well. The task of finding that special boy and grooming him for his destiny falls on Irwin’s shoulders.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013676978
  • Publisher: Queerteen Press
  • Publication date: 1/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 4 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2013

    Midnights story~ chapter 3

    Midnight did nothing she let herself starve. Split always saved her some prey but she just buryed it like dirt. They were the only survivors. Her packmates all killed slaughtered because of claw. His image was like a red haze in her mind. She wanted to kill her stupid brother. Rip his red pelt to shreds and make him feel the terror she felt when her pack was murdered. She had a purpose now a reason to live. The next day midnight ate some food it made her feel plenty better. She ate for a couple nights then went out to look for claws body. She crept warily to the battlefield. She saw decaying bodies of mist and bracken but not claw. Satisfaction ran through her. She was going to find him and destroy him. With splits help. She went back to camp

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2013

    The clash of heros, chapter of the sylvan part two: the dream continued

    Anwen stared upon the scene of blood and gore. The attackers made their move swiftly and mercilessly, sparing noone...not even the children. Fiona, trying to run away, was evidence as she was hit in the back with an arcane bolt. Aiden, seeing his sisters fate grabbed a nearby fallen weapon and crawled away from the slumped bodies of Edric and Elisir...who tried in vain to save the camp. Giant demon was standing there. His blood red skin standing out against the wrathful fires of destruction. He wore a chest plate of a dark metal and held a flail. He was missing one eye as a scar on his face evidently showed. His horns were curved like a sheeps horns as he laughed. "HAHAHA! IF I HAD KNOWN THEY WOULD HAVE KIDS GUARDING THE PLACE, I WOULD HAVE COME ALONE!" Godric looked at his sister fiona worried. "Your wounded!" Lady delara quickly started pushing everyone back the way they came. "Quick! Back to the portal!" They ran with a swiftness born of fear. The demon laughed. "GO ON! RUN! I like to work up an appetite before dinner." He started to give chase. As they reached the portal, the demon caught up to them. Lady delara looked back. "Go! I will buy you some time!" Godric looked at the portal then back at delara. He picked up his sword. "Im going to go help delara!" He ran into the fight between mage and demon...even if the struggle was futile. As lady delara fell to a crushing blow by the flail, a blue light escaped her body and enveloped nadia. She screamed and fell, slowly getting up again. Anwen looked at the portal as it started to fade. "Quick! Into the portal!" Aidan ran into the portal, then fiona, then nadia. The portal scattered them amongst the three realms of ashan. It closed as anwen looked away and dived into the lush foliage. She seethed with rage as she hid with her small band of warriors, but her hunters patience kept her from doing anything foolish. "How could this have happened? This meeting was a secret." But someone knew about the meeting...someone who still did not have what they wanted...

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