The Fire Stone

The Fire Stone

by Riley Carney


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Sixteen-year-old novelist Riley Carney works magic in this high fantasy adventure story brought to life by memorable, vibrant characters. The Fire Stone, the first book in the captivating Reign of the Elements series, is rooted in genuine adolescent thought and emotion throughout a journey of danger, friendship, and courage, as a group of teenagers, led by fifteen-year-old Matt, attempt to save their world. Matt knows how to shovel hay, dig trenches, and dodge his father's whip, but when three terrifying creatures attack Matt, and he is rescued by a wizard, he kidnaps a baby alorath, and is befriended by elves, Matt's life transforms overnight from dreary to astonishing. When he unwittingly joins a quest to find the Fire Stone, one of the elusive Stones of the Elements which have the power to destroy the world, Matt is thrust into a string of perilous adventures. He soon discovers that magic does exist and that he has extraordinary powers that can change his destiny and determine the fate of Mundaria.

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ISBN-13: 9780984130719
Publisher: BookLight Press
Publication date: 09/15/2010
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range: 11 - 15 Years

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The Fire Stone: Book One of The Reign of the Elements 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BobWatcher More than 1 year ago
I think that boys will really be the primary readers of this series, but girls will probably like it too. (I am a 13-yr old girl affter all.) I first discovered the Fire Stone when Riley Carney was at my former school's book fair. I learned that she had gone to school there too. At first I wasn't really sure if I would like it, but then I decided to try it out, and guess what? I LOVED IT! Also, if you r wondering who matt's real parents are, i think Malik is Matt's father. Matt is a mergeling after all.