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  • By Lee Barwood
    Nov 5, 2009
    This was a dream come true.
  • By Deron Douglas
    Nov 4, 2009
    A truly great book.
  • By Sheri McGathy
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Insightful" April Rue Stoner is different . . . she sees things, hears things. She fears she might be going insane, that is until she picks up a camera and discovers that she can capture what she sees on film . . . and others can see these things, too, in the photographs. After her father's death, her maternal grandmother whom April hadn't seen since her mother's death invites her to visit. Through her grandmother, April learns that she is special, that she comes from a bloodline that can touch the Old Places, places where magic still thrives in the earth, the water, the wind . . . the trees . . . and creatures both good and evil linger. Yet, when Trevor Dalton, a land developer with a secretive sinister motive arrives on the scene and plans to rape the land for his own gain, he doesn't count on the land fighting back. Lee Barwood's work contains a very real message about our world and our need to cherish the magic of the land. Her story should give one pause. Sheri L.... More > McGathy ~:.*.:~~:.*.:~May the magic always brighten your world~:.*.:~~:.*.:~< Less
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Product Details

Double Dragon Press
March 12, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.92 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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