The power of ancient magic becomes a young boy’s responsibility when he learns the secret of the walking stones. “A story straddling two worlds, full of mystical atmosphere and down-to-earth humor.”--The Horn Book
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Hailed as Scotland's most gifted storyteller and currently living in Inverness, Mollie Hunter has drawn many award-winning novels from her country's history. They include You Never Knew Her As I Did, a riveting tale about Mary, Queen of Scots, and her Carnegie Medal winner, The Stronghold. A Sound Of Chariots, her autobiographical novel, won the 1991 Phoenix Award from the Children's Literature Association.Review:
A hydroelectric company plans to build a huge dam and flood a valley which is home not only to Donald but to a set of ancient stones which will be deluged. Donald discovers a dangerous secret about the power of the stones and their ability to affect lives in this thrilling novel of the supernatural. -- Midwest Book Review
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