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The Story of Stone

Book Description
An adventure of fate and choice in a mythical world.

A loner by nature and handicapped by her "fits," young Nela chooses to forgo a typical woman's path and dedicate her life to archeology. On an expedition to discover the origins of her civilization, she falls under the spell of a mysterious black stone. Can the secrets of the past contained in the stone change Nela's uncertain future?More
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PublisherBloomsbury USA Children's Books
BindingHardcover (5 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages336
Publication Date10/14/2005
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About N. M. Browne (Author) : N. M. Browne is a published author of young adult books. Some of the published credits of N. M. Browne include Silverboy, The Spellgrinder's Apprentice, Basilisk.
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