The Stone Circle by Anthony Tuck

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"A simply told story (don’t expect flashy stylistics, or clever dialogue), but it never insults the reader’s intelligence. Featuring a strong young female protagonist, it is equally appropriate for a precocious pre-teen as for a young adult. This enchanting story is especially likely to captivate young readers already interested in mythology."
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Professor Winslop's lessons on mythology are the worst. But are his stories really just myths? When Maisie and her twin brother Jasper discover a Stonehenge-like monument in the woods of New Hampshire, they find themselves caught in the middle of something much darker and more dangerous than they ever imagined. Shamans, intent on bringing about a world-wide apocalypse, are planning to break through the veil between reality and myth, and the twins are the only ones capable of finding the weapon to stop them.

With only days before the Winter Solstice, will Maisie and Jasper be able to stop the rising tide of evil?

Reminiscent of Escape to Witch Mountain, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Wizard of Oz,The Stone Circle will entrance and bewitch readers through to its final climax.

About the Author

Anthony Tuck lives in Northampton, Massachusetts with his wife, Michele, and his children, Maisie and Jasper, who are not actually telepathic twins, but are certainly capable of getting into a lot of real-life mischief. Tuck is a professor of archaeology and classical myth.
 

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Published October 27, 2015 by Wheatmark, Inc.. 246 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jan 01 2016

"A simply told story (don’t expect flashy stylistics, or clever dialogue), but it never insults the reader’s intelligence. Featuring a strong young female protagonist, it is equally appropriate for a precocious pre-teen as for a young adult. This enchanting story is especially likely to captivate young readers already interested in mythology."

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