Skara Brae 'The Faery Mound'

Skara Brae 'The Faery Mound'

by W.Wm. Mee

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‘Come away, Human child; to the water and the wild.’ is just a silly nursery rhyme to young Skara Brae of Craigmorrow Castle. But when she follows an old crone into one of the ‘faery mounds’ near Craigmorrow, she steps into the world of Oma-Var, where myth and magic are real, and legends spring to life --- and her ‘special powers’ are needed!
Skinny little Skara Brae McDuff of Craigmorrow Castle emerges from the ‘faery mound’ much changed from when she went in a few moments before. Several years older, she is now a beautiful young woman, and though her memory is foggy, she finds that she has both friends and foes here in Oma-Var. She also discovers that she has skills she didn’t have back in Craigmorrow. She can wield both a sword and a ‘wicca’ staff, and she can also capture men’s hearts --- three skills she will need if she is to survive here in this land of legend.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045478212
Publisher: W.Wm. Mee
Publication date: 11/19/2013
Series: Fantasy novels of Oma-Var , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Wayne William Mee is a retired English teacher who enjoys hiking, sailing and walking his dog McDuff. He is also a 'living historian' or 'reenactor'. You can see Wayne's historical group on Facebook's 'McCaw's Privateers' 18th Century Naval Camp' page. Building wooden sailboats also takes up a chunk of Wayne's time, but along with his wife Maggie, writing is his true love, the one he returns to to let his immagination soar. Wayne would like you to 'look him up' on FACEBOOK and click the 'Friend' button or even zap him an e-mail. If you enjoyed any of his books, kindly leave a REVIEW here at Smashwords and/or say so on Facebook, Twitter, Tweeter or whatever other 'social network' you use. Thanks for stopping by ---and keep reading!! Drop him a line either there or at He'll be glad to hear from you! 'Rest ye gentle --- sleep ye sound'

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