A very intricate review of The Sound of the Stones. How cool is that?!
Title: The Sound of the Stones
Author: Beth Hammond
Publisher: eLectio Publishing
Release Date: September 2015
Length: 286 pages
Genre: YA, Fantasy
The ancient book about the past holds the future. Frankie is the key.
She doesn’t remember stopping at the used bookstore, but there she stands as if drawn by an unseen force. Anticipation wraps around her like a cocoon. When she opens the door, the wind nudges her through, and expectancy turns to purpose. The man inside, and the book he offers, changes everything. Unusual things happen when she begins to read:
In a time long forgotten, people are held captive by half human creatures. Ashra holds a secret close to her heart, and must discover the purpose of her gift before the oppressed human race is destroyed. An unlikely ally comes to her aid. Strangers bring her…
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