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by Moyra Caldecott

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Author:
Moyra Caldecott
ISBN13:
978-1582462790
ISBN:
1582462798
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Tricycle Press (October 13, 2009)
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The riveting third book in The Sacred Stones series Lady Kyra and Lord Khuren . MOYRA CALDECOTT is the author of more than thirty books, both fiction and nonfiction, that explore different historical themes and eras. She lives in Bath, England.

The riveting third book in The Sacred Stones series Lady Kyra and Lord Khuren, priests of the Temple of the Su.

Shadow on the Stones book. The Guardians of the Stones trilogy by Moyra Caldecott ends with Shadow on the Stones

Shadow on the Stones book. The Guardians of the Stones trilogy by Moyra Caldecott ends with Shadow on the Stones. In it, Isar and Deva, the children of Karne and Fern and Kyra and Khu-ren, take opposing sides on the invasion the followers of Groth. The Temple of the Sun falls under attack.

Shadow on the Stones is the third book of the Guardians of the Tall Stones series. Kyra, priest of the Temple of the Sun, and her husband the Lord Khu-ren, have guided their civilisation to a time of spiritual strength, psychic energy, and communal peace. But there is a shadow on the Stones - the spreading influence of the terrible god Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity. Only the priests of the Temple possess the power to resist the tides of destructio. ci-fi & Fantasy Historical Fantasy Fiction.

1978) (The third book in the Sacred Stones series) A novel by Moyra Caldecott

1978) (The third book in the Sacred Stones series) A novel by Moyra Caldecott. Shadow on the Stones continues the story of Kyra, priest of the Temple of the Sun, who, with her husband the Lord Khu-ren, has guided their civilisation to a time of spiritual strength, psychic energy, and communal peace.

Moyra Caldecott (1 June 1927 – 23 May 2015) was a British author of historical fiction, fantasy, science fiction and non-fiction. Her works include Guardians of the Tall Stones and The Egyptian Sequence. Moyra Caldecott was born in Pretoria, South Africa, and moved to London in 1951. She married Oliver Caldecott and raised three children. She had degrees in English and Philosophy and an . in English Literature.

Set in a legendary Britain of long ago, The Tower and the Emerald is an epic fantasy of good and evil, magic and mystery. The Temple of the Sun.

Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. Set in a legendary Britain of long ago, The Tower and the Emerald is an epic fantasy of good and evil, magic and mystery. Moyra Caldecott. Book One of The Guardians of the Tall Stones series. This book has been called "one of the great esoteric novels of the 20th century".

Yet there is a shadow on the Sacred Stones-the spreading influence of Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity. Only the Temple priests have the means to resist the tide of destruction

Yet there is a shadow on the Sacred Stones-the spreading influence of Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity. Only the Temple priests have the means to resist the tide of destruction. And they must act soon-before Deva, the beautiful and headstrong daughter of Lady Kyra, is destroyed in its wake. This third novel in The Sacred Stones series brings vividly to life the ancient world of Bronze Age Britain, a time when it was believed that the cosmic energies of great standing stones could be directed toward good or manipulated for.

The riveting third book in The Sacred Stones seriesLady Kyra and Lord Khuren, priests of the Temple of the Sun, have guided their . Yet there is a shadow on the Sacred Stones-the spreading influence of Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity

The riveting third book in The Sacred Stones seriesLady Kyra and Lord Khuren, priests of the Temple of the Sun, have guided their civilization to a time o. .Yet there is a shadow on the Sacred Stones-the spreading influence of Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity.

Hundreds of stone circles have been found throughout Britain, the most famous today being Avebury and Stonehenge in Wiltshire. That such a homogeneous culture flourished in communities so widely separated by dense and dangerous forests, mountains, and wild and stormy seas, is extraordinary. Here at last would be the real people of Klad, the people who worshipped the Lord of All, symbolized by the burning disc of the Sun and the Sacred Circle of Stones.

The riveting third book in The Sacred Stones seriesLady Kyra and Lord Khuren, priests of the Temple of the Sun, have guided their civilization to a time of spiritual strength, psychic energy, and communal peace. Yet there is a shadow on the Sacred Stones--the spreading influence of Groth, dark god of chaos and barbarity. Only the Temple priests have the means to resist the tide of destruction. And they must act soon--before Deva, the beautiful and headstrong daughter of Lady Kyra, is destroyed in its wake.This third novel in The Sacred Stones series brings vividly to life the ancient world of Bronze Age Britain, a time when it was believed that the cosmic energies of great standing stones could be directed toward good or manipulated for evil.
  • I chose to read this book as I had read the other two books in this trilogy. Other reviewers lamented this book was not as good as the others. They are right; still, if you are curious to see what happens to the main characters, it can be interesting, but the quality of the story is not as high. It struck me as the whole series was written for a teenage reader; the vocabulary, sentence structure, and general mien are not particularly high or sophisticated. The author likes to throw in some mysticism and symbolism in various places, neither improving nor making the book any worse (perhaps a bit more unrealistic, though). I guess in summary I feel the book is all right if you want some light reading about ancient Britain in the time of the druids.

  • This book is one of those comprising "The Sacred Stones" trilogy. The other books are: "The Temple of the Sun" and "The Tall Stones." The other two books are very entertaining. I'd say the trilogy is mythological fantasy fiction. Its worth reading the entire trilogy, though I think "Shadows on the Stones" was markedly less enjoyable than the other two.