The House of the Stone

The House of the Stone

by Amy Ewing

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062385666
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/07/2015
Series: Lone City Trilogy Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 87
Sales rank: 289,284
File size: 640 KB
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Amy Ewing earned her MFA in Writing for Children at the New School and received her BFA at New York University. The Jewel started off as a thesis project but became her debut novel, the first in a New York Times bestselling trilogy. The other books are The White Rose and The Black Key. She lives in New York City. Visit Amy online at or on Twitter @AmyEwingBooks.

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The House of the Stone 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only around 50 pages. Kinda a disappointment
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This short story didn't tell a whole lot about what happened to Raven.There are still too many questions I would like answered.
Anonymous 9 months ago
After reading the first one, and really enjoyed it, I stumbled upon this novella. I had high hopes for it, assuming that it would share some insight into Raven’s experience at the house of the stone. While we did get a few short chapters on what went on in the house, I found that most of the book mirrored events that already happened in the first book. Despite the fact that they were raven’s POV, I don’t feel as though I learned anything new or had any of my questions answered. This book ends right after the mourning of Dahlia with Raven getting into her mistresses car. I was left feeling confused because I felt this novella was essentially pointless. I understand that she was tortured, I assumed as much from reading the first book. While I didn’t particulate enjoy reading the excerpt that showcases her getting tortured I would have liked to see more of what happened closer to when she starts showing signs of wearing down. *SPOILER* When Raven and Violet see each other at the last dinner part, Raven is described as fading in between being in the moment and drifting off somewhere else. She is also pregnant. I also wanted to see the parts where Violet and Raven share there little trinkets between the wall and how Raven found the violets. Maybe that is explained more in the second book, I have not read that one yet. Overall, this gives us an example of mistresses who aren’t as generous as Violet’s but this novella certainly isn’t necessary to read.
EverAfter123 More than 1 year ago
I actually started The White Rose before this one and was at the part where they are searching the morgue for Raven when I discovered the existence of this novella. I was going to keep reading, but my thoughts kept coming back to The House of the Stone, so I bought it. The 71 page novella goes through Ravens first week or so with the Countess. It explains so much, yet ends before Raven finds Violets first violet. I would have loved to see Raven's reaction and the glimmer of hope it gave her to help endure the Countess. I love Raven's spunk, although it got her into more trouble (which is what the Countess wanted). Even in the short length of a novella, the characters are rich and powerfully woven. I loved Raven's mantra (which carried over into The White Rose).
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The house made of the stone was a complete list down. I cannot get pass the first page. 12 page of BORING!!! Don't get this book is you don't like BORING! Read something a bit more FUN!!!!!! I thought about it but I can't get my head to read this BOOK. I like books that would make me want to trash more, all I want to do is close the book and never read it again. This is not my type of book!!!! I'm sorry!!!!!