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The Stone Key

The Obernewtyn Chronicles, Book 5
Narrated by: Isobelle Carmody
Series: Obernewtyn Chronicles, Book 5
Length: 29 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

Friend becomes foe and trust is a thing of the past when the Misfits' most relentless enemy, on the cusp of ultimate revenge, turns Elspeth's world upside down.

When Farseeker Guildmistress Elspeth Gordie sets out from Obernewtyn to travel to Sutrium at the end of Wintertime, she quickly learns that not everyone welcomes the changes brought about by the rebellion. Captured by an old and vicious enemy, she is drawn into the heart of the Herder Faction, where she learns of a terrible plot to destroy the west coast.

To stop it, Elspeth must risk everything, knowing that if she dies, she will never complete her quest to find the weaponmachines that destroyed the Beforetime.

But if she succeeds, her journey will lead her to the last of the signs left for her by the seer Kasanda....

©2008 Isobelle Carmody. By arrangement with Penguin Group (Australia). (P)2016 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Suzie Deyris
  • 05-04-18

Wonderful listening to Author reading her books

I would recommend this book to all teenagers, and adults alike. The story is a true Myth ( reaches the soul ) and Isobelle’s imagination is phenomenal. Like all good Fantasy/ Fairy stories what is good and beautiful and what is cruel and ugly is clearly defined and intricately intertwined . It is books like these that teach true morals, and the possibility of strength and of character grown from hardship, and born through Dystopia.