Grandma Tull's Stories

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Foxport Valley Publishing, 2006 - Fiction - 264 pages
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Meet Grandma Tull, master storyteller, who will lead you into a twisting weave of stories within stories. Grandma Tull's Stories is a fairy tale with a touch of fantasy, a bit of magic and the menace of evil. It is a story of good versus evil; a tale of how the wondrous powers of love and justice will prevail over those things that haunt the land and stalk the night. It is the stories Grandma Tull tells to her granddaughter, Rosie, over the course of Rosie's life as she grows to young womanhood. Growing up listening to her grandmother's stories, stories ranging from Grandma Tull's narrative taken from her own life to tall tales and legends of the land, Rosie came to understand that within every story lies a heart of truth. She began to realize that each of Grandma Tull's stories build upon the previous events to form a rich history she must draw on in order to battle an ancient evil: a Troll King suspended long ago into the shape of a tree; a creature no longer troll, no longer tree, but something else, something sleek and powerful that hatred gave purpose and evil gave power. This ancient evil slides from his swamp home poisoning the land, and now he hunts Rosie.

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