Friday, July 26, 2013

{Book Review} "The Keeper and the Rune Stone" by Paige W. Pendleton

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Book Description:

The Black Ledge Series 

The secrets of the Red Paint People have haunted Maine for 7000 years. From the vast fjords of Norway to the shores of New England, ancient standing stones mark a trail of betrayal, greed, and murder…

The Keeper and the Rune Stone, Book One  

An unholy ritual, a ticking clock. Four children discover there are things that go bump in the night …

Centuries ago a group of Elves committed an unholy ritual. But the ritual was a spectacular failure. It transformed the Elves into the Noctivagi – the beings we know as vampires.

Striving to maintain a fragile peace, the ancient Elves and Dwarves negotiated an Accord, which they’ve renewed every year on the Summer Solstice. The ceremony depends on the magical Rune Stone, but it’s missing. If it is not found—and quickly—the consequences could be dire, and not just for Elves and Dwarves.

Four children, Rob, Jack, Eleanor, and Flora, stumble into a world of magic and mayhem when they move into Black Ledge, the old estate on the Maine coast, and discover they aren’t the only ones who live there.

About the Author, Paige W. Pendleton:

The secrets of the Red Paint People have haunted Maine for 7000 years. Paige W. Pendleton is busy writing those tales.

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Paige Pendleton pens "The Keeper and the Rune Stone" in a well written plot filled with magic, mystery, adventure, mythology and a touch of humor. Between the author's characters that were believable and imaginative, and the excitement of the story line, I was captivated from the beginning. A must read for all YA and not so YA readers.

I give "The Keeper and the Rune Stone" a 5 star rating.

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