The London Stone: The Nowhere Chronicles Book Three

Orion, 12 jul. 2012 - 352 páginas

The prophecy has come to pass.

The London Stone has been stolen and the Dark King rules the Nowhere. Only Mona and the new Seer dare to stand against him, leading an underground rebellion in the frozen wasteland ... but what chance do they have, against both the Army of the Mad and Arnold Mather's soldiers?

There is still hope: if they can recruit a banished race to their cause, maybe Fin and his friends can force a final battle against the Dark King. But that aid will be hard-won, through an almost impossible quest, and even then there are no guarantees.

It will come down to three friends, standing together against all odds. And fulfilling their destinies, whatever the cost ...

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Sarah Silverwood continues to avoid having a proper job, which comes as a relief as she has a niggling suspicion that she is now unemployable by normal people. (Publishers don't count. They're not normal people.)
Since the publication of The Double-Edged Sword and The Traitor's Gate she has turned her back on Buckinghamshire and moved to London in search of adventure. Although she's yet to find a hidden world around the corner of one of London's cobbled streets, she keeps looking.

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