The Walking Stones

The Walking Stones After receiving the gift of Second Sight from his old friend the Bodach ten year old Donald becomes responsible for safeguarding the ancient power of the walking stones before their glen is flooded

  • Title: The Walking Stones
  • Author: Mollie Hunter Trina Schart Hyman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Walking Stones

    After receiving the gift of Second Sight from his old friend ,the Bodach, ten year old Donald becomes responsible for safeguarding the ancient power of the walking stones before their glen is flooded by a hydroelectric company.

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    1. Cynthia Egbert

      I am totally hooked on Mollie Hunter and the way she takes the folklore of Scotland and brings those Otherworld folks into our world today. I am excited to make my way through all of her work. I loved The Walking Stones and her treatment of the stone circles found scattered throughout the UK. There are many things with which I could identify in this short novel! A few pretty phrases:"There was something about the atmosphere of a mountaintop that had always had a powerful attraction for him. He l [...]

    2. Sarah Sammis

      It seems that the bulk of the young adult fantasy I've read has either taken place in one of three places: the British Isles, New York state, or a fantasy land reachable via magic (usually with the starting point being somewhere on the British Isles). There is one notable exception which is L. Frank Baum who had Oz accessible from Kansas and California.The Walking Stones falls into the British Isles category with veiled references to an Otherworld, though this other dimension or whatnot is not t [...]

    3. Rebecca

      Scottish shepherd's son Donald Campbell has grown up knowing the Bodach, an elderly storyteller who's the only other occupant of their remote glen. He always carries a black staff, and has the second sight. One night he predicts the coming of three men, one of whom brings death. It turns out he's right, for the government has decided to turn the glen into a reservoir and drown both the Campbell's and the Bodach's houses, as well as an ancient stone circle nearby. While Donald and his parents mov [...]

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