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The Runestone of Eresu

Book Description
As a child Ramad of the Wolves had sought the potent Runestone of Eresu that could save his world from the dark, only to have it shatter at the moment it came into his hands. Now as a man, leader of his fellow Seers in their war against the dark powers, he knows it is up to him to find and rejoin the shards before evil Seers can do so. Following his true love Telien into far reaches of Time, he is... More
Book Information
PublisherAd Stellae Books
BindingKindle Edition
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date02/23/2011
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About Shirley Rousseau Murphy (Author) : Shirley Rousseau Murphy is a published author of children's books, young adult novels, and adult mystery novels. Some of the published credits of Shirley Rousseau Murphy include Wind Child (picture bo... more
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3/23/2011 Sylvia Engdahl said: Omnibus ebook edition of the last three novels in the YA fantasy series originally called "The Children of Ynell": The Castle of Hape, Caves of Fire and Ice, and The Joining of the Stone.
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