Moondance of Stonewylde

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Orion, Jun 2, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
5 Reviews
NEW EDITION The cracks are beginning to show in the idyllic Stonewylde community. As Yul and Sylvie's forbidden friendship grows into something deeper, Magus' true nature starts to emerge through his charming fašade. Ever since Yul defied him at the Summer Solstice, his power has been waning, and his mood darkening. Yul is the problem - and Magus is going to deal with him. Nobody challenges his authority and survives. Sylvie is in danger too. Magus has discovered her secret and now, for all its beauty, her magical gift and Magus' desire to possess it is putting her life at risk. As each full moon rises Sylvie is made to suffer more, and the agony she endures as her magic is stolen leaves her increasingly exhausted, sapping her will to fight back. Unless Magus can be stopped, every full moon could be Sylvie's last. As glorious summer turns to golden autumn, the magic of Stonewylde is becoming a curse to the very people it should nurture . . . Are Yul and Sylvie the only ones who see the truth behind Magus' mask of kindness? Why is everyone so deceived by his charm - and why is Mother Heggy, the mysterious wise-woman the only one who will help them? The darkness of winter is coming, and as it does Sylvie and Yul's lives hang by a whisker. Either they will save each other, or history will repeat itself at the sinister standing stone above the cliffs.

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Review: Moondance of Stonewylde (Stonewylde #2)

User Review  - Mizuki - Goodreads

DNF at page 42, I don't mean to say it's a bad book but I found myself unable to continue due to utter boredom. Okay, I skipped to read the ending and I was irritated that after the two MCs fought so ... Read full review

Review: Moondance of Stonewylde (Stonewylde #2)

User Review  - Angie - Goodreads

I thought this sounded like it would be a great read. I love this genre. HOWEVER, I didn't like it at all. It would be really good for a bit and then just slam into a wall. I do not care to get the ... Read full review

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Kit Berry is an exceptional self-published YA author.

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