The Twelfth Stone

The Twelfth Stone The faerie world is fading Human greed and destruction is giving rise to the basest lowest and evilest of faeries Only Rionnag s arranged marriage will prevent earth s doom But she will have none of

  • Title: The Twelfth Stone
  • Author: Jana Laiz
  • ISBN: 9780981491059
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • The faerie world is fading Human greed and destruction is giving rise to the basest, lowest, and evilest of faeries Only Rionnag s arranged marriage will prevent earth s doom But she will have none of it Crossing over to the Other Side to escape her fate, she meets a human girl, Fiona, the lonely fatherless teenager who spends most of her time in the daydream world.The faerie world is fading Human greed and destruction is giving rise to the basest, lowest, and evilest of faeries Only Rionnag s arranged marriage will prevent earth s doom But she will have none of it Crossing over to the Other Side to escape her fate, she meets a human girl, Fiona, the lonely fatherless teenager who spends most of her time in the daydream world Maggie, Fiona s mother, about to leave on her annual retreat to Scotland, harbors a secret that will affect them all Unknowingly, Fiona holds the key to their ultimate rescue.

    One thought on “The Twelfth Stone”

    1. I have read this Authors other works and loved them so I knew this book would be as good if not better.I do not gravitate to fiction, but this book was a Christmas gift as I started reading it I could not put it down.It is phantasmagorical.

    2. I really liked this book a lot, I mean, good fairies, bad fairies, demons, true love, magic, Celtic mysticism how can I not like it? Truly though a well written book with great characters.

    3. I really enjoyed this book, but it was hard to get into. I didn't really relate to the two main characters. I also didn't like the way they treated the main antagonist, the reason she was the way she was is probably because of the way that she was treated, which can make for a good story, but was not something that i appreciated.

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