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Greenstone Grail, the (2004) [Novel]
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Series: Sangreal Trilogy
Part: 1

Summary (From the publisher):

A desperate mother spirits away her infant son, seemingly drawn (chased, perhaps?) to the small English village of Thornyhill. She ends up on the doorstep of old Bartlemy, a curious man who has lived on the forested land for as long as anyone can remember – and who comes to believe that the child is destined for great things....

While growing up under Bartlemy’s protective eye, Nathan Ward senses something else watching him, a shift of shadows in the surrounding Darkwood. Then pieces of his dreams begin to come to life. A man he saved from the ocean washes ashore on the television news. A greenish stone cup set with jewels that has haunted his visions sounds eerily like one lost by the Thorn family centuries ago – a cup that has recently made its way back into the hands of the village’s last living ancestor.

Yet when Nathan learns the chalice may have come from another world, a land with bloodstained moons and a toxic sun, he knows he is destined to play a part in something beyond his most vivid imagination. But why is the cup here, and what could it possibly want with a teenage boy and a sleepy town of villagers full of tall tales? With the help of his best friend, Hazel, Nathan must figure out why he’s been chosen – and for what purpose. Even if it means traveling deeper each night into dreams, into lands, into legends that both terrify and mesmerize him.

Original title: The Greenstone Grail
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionFantasyContemporary
FictionFantasySaga, Myth, and LegendArthurian Legend

Edition #1: Greenstone Grail, the

Greenstone Grail, the (2004)
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Language: English

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Greenstone Grail, the (2004)

ISBN: 0345460782

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