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Destiny's Path: Merion of the Stones: Book 3

Allan Frewin Jones

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Destiny's Path, For National Curriculum Key Stage 3, For National Curriculum Key Stage 4 & GCSE, Interest age: from c 12 years, Fiction, General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage), Fantasy & magical realism (Children's / Teenage), Historical fiction (Children's / Teenage)

'Strong heroines, anceint magic and a hint of romance...' - Booklist

Branwen must bravely follow destiny's path even when it leads her into the enemy's stronghold ...

Her next task from the Shining Ones is to rescue an ancient god trapped in a Saxon prison. But the trail leads into the heart of Saxon territory, and she and her followers face their greatest challenge yet ... until she learns that she is being hunted by the most feared warrior of all Scandinavia.

Surrounded by danger, it is the worst time for her loyal band to splinter. But as Branwen seeks to outgrow her mentor, tensions within her band are growing. In her darkest hour, can Branwen remain on destiny's path

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Praise for Destiny's Path: Merion of the Stones: Book 3

  • Fast and furious. Super charged imagination set in a world of ancient magic. - School Librarian

  • An enjoyable read... emotional, educational and likable. - Teen Titles

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Allan Frewin Jones

Gary was born under a bush and brought up by a family of weasels. He was hopeless in school except for art, English and history, in which he weaselly came top of the class. After working as a teacher for a while, he became an illustrator, and drew the pictures for many of the Redwall books. He lives with his wife in a farmhouse in the French countryside, working in a huge attic, surrounded by scraps of paper and hundreds of toy soldiers.

Allan was born under the kitchen floor of a derelict house in south-east London. At the age of nine, he inherited a typewriter and, for want of anything better to do, began to write stories. He had his first book published at the age of one hundred and three; lots more followed. He has a German wife, an English cat and a collection of old Beano annuals.

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