The Wisdom of Wood - Volume 1 - Hazelnut by Mary L Peers

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For eighteen years, Samuel Alexander has been on a quest to decipher the mythology behind an ancient ring he discovered in England, and the prophecy connecting it to the Ogham Tree Alphabet. But when Samuel is struck with a massive heart attack, he has no option but to shove the ring, and his research journal, into his daughter's unsuspecting hands. And with his dying breath, Samuel cries out his granddaughter's name. Eight-year-old Sophie inherits a ring and a story she knows nothing about, as well as a prophecy she is intended to fulfill. But, not until the age of twenty-one will she accept her destiny, and travel the journey mapped out in her grandfather's journal. Enter Sophie's world, filled with mythological characters that lay claim to her soul, and watch as she transforms them, and herself, and in the process reawakens the long-lost Wisdom of Wood.

About Mary L Peers

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Mary L. Peers has had a life-long interest in mythology and dreams. She has studied pictorial symbolism, art, linguistics and language, and is an award-winning author. Mary L. Peers lives, with her husband, in the Pacific Northwest.
Published August 22, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 384 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After young Sophie is visited—in what seems to be a dream—by Nimue, a High Priestess of Avalon, a cataclysmic event causes an older Sophie to take the ring and Samuel’s journal on a trek, ultimately seeking help from Jack, an old friend of her mother’s and a former psychiatrist who lost his licen...

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