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Stone Song

Isle of Destiny Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Amy Landon
Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (166 ratings)

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How steamy is it? Simmering

Publisher's Summary

Clare MacBride has her life in exactly the order she wants it. In a year, she'll have finished her geology dissertation, though she's no closer to figuring out the answer to one question that plagues her.

Why does she feel stones pulse with energy?

A centuries-old curse, a mysterious faction of protectors, and a mythological godstone all sound like old world fairytale nonsense to Clare. It only takes one rainy evening with a silver-eyed fae and a handsome stranger promising protection to rock her world forever.

With her life plans shattered at her feet, the lines of science and fiction blur as Clare is forced to throw everything she knows about the world out the window and look deep within her heart for answers.

©2016 Lovewrite Publishing (P)2017 Tantor

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Interesting Book.

I truly enjoyed this book. It included enough Irish folklore to make it entertaining. I highly recommend this book.

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Exciting!

So glkad to continue the story of Grasce's Cove!! A totally different kind of story and still able to enjoy already known characters!

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  • kaylady
  • Morgan Hill, CA US
  • 08-14-17

The power of teamwork make the difference

Reminicent slightly of some of Nora Roberts books, friendship, love, research and partnership aid the Seeker, the Protector and the two friends in their quest for the magic stone.

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  • 03-13-19

Very good story. First one I have read by O'Malley

Very good story. First one I have read by O'Malley. I'm ready for the next one.

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Good story

The narrator leads the reader through the quest with the characters.
can't wait to get to the next one.

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A Great Tale of Irish Mythological Adventure

This was a lovely book that entranced me early on. it's a wonderful tale filled with the old stories of Irish Mythology and a modern Quest. I enjoyed the characters and their struggles to find that love really overcome all.

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Meh...

The premise of the story was interesting but it was too short, not much character or world building and the main character acted like an immature brat, not like a grown woman, a teacher no less. I just finished listening to the Knights of the Black Swan series and by comparison, it makes the writing of this book look as lame as the characters. The narrator was ok, needed better material.