The Stone Awakened

The Stone Awakened

by Judith Sterling

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BN ID: 2940161662243
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 11/19/2018
Series: Guardians of Erin , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 902,277
File size: 491 KB

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The Stone Awakened 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
georgia1 3 months ago
Be transported into the land of Ireland, where mythical creatures exist in other worlds. Ashling, had come to Ireland with her mother, father and siblings which was described in the first book of this series. She has experienced so much and with Aengus Breasal's help, has discovered this other world and learns to develop her own powers along with her sister Deidre. I loved the interaction between Ashling, her sister and twin brothers and it pulled them all together. When her father and mother go missing, she is determined find them and really needs some help. Her relationship with Aengus is lovely to watch as the beginnings of first love stir. But Aengus' adversary Lorcan makes her feel things too. Wonderfully written, it kept my attention as I turned that pages and with the paranormal mythology, I was hooked. You will really enjoy this tale and long for the next book in this series. Lori Dykes
ChristineMarieG 3 months ago
This was another beautifully written book in the Guardian of Erin series. I enjoyed the Cauldron Stirred a couple of months ago and was excited to continue the adventure, and I have to say I liked this one even more. A few things stand out. First, the characters from book 1 continued to be developed. This book explored more of the sibling relationships between Ashling and her younger sister and twin brothers which I really enjoyed. I also am loving her relationship with Aengus and their sparks of first love. But her attraction to Lorcan is intriguing and also realistic because relationships can be tricky, especially when there are thousands of years of history complicating them. Second, this book got to the action more quickly as there wasn’t a need for all the introductions and world-building that are required in a first book of a series. Although I assume there are more books, planned the reader wasn’t left on a cliff-hanger waiting for the next book. I’d recommend this for teens of all ages and adults interested in the a paranormal. And if you know anything about Irish mythology, I assume it would be a must-read.