The Gemstone Chronicles Book One: The Carnelian

The Gemstone Chronicles Book One: The Carnelian
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Series: The Gemstone Chronicles, Book 1
Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Middle Grades, Young Adult
Publication Year: 2012
Length: Complete Novel
ASIN: B008WV90JQ

When Aidan and Maggie find a fairy cross while rock-hunting with their grandfather, it's just an oddity. But when they discover an elf imprisoned in the stone and set him free, they and their grandparents, Nana and Beebop, are attacked by Dark Elves and forced to flee to the magical world of Celahir.

In Celahir, Findecano - the elf the children freed from the fairy cross - leads them on a quest to recover gemstones stolen from the Elven Bow by the Dark Elves. Without the restoration of the gemstones to the Elven Bow, the balance between good and evil in Celahir - and the human world - could tip toward evil.

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About the Book

The Gemstone Chronicles Book One: The Carnelian is the first of a four book series of YA/MG fantasy adventure novels. Meet Aidan, Maggie and their grandparents, Nana and Beebop. Join the adventure and help restore the balance between good and evil!

Elves, magic, stolen gemstones, a quest to restore the balance between good and evil, and who is the mysterious Keeper???

When Aidan and Maggie find a fairy cross while rock hunting with their grandfather, it’s just an oddity. When they discover an elf imprisoned in the stone and free him, Dark Elves attack the siblings and their grandparents, forcing them to flee to Celahir, magical home of the Elves.

The family, with the help of their Elven friends, embarks on a dangerous adventure to find the first of the four stolen gems, the Carnelian. Without restoration of the stones, the balance between good and evil is slipping toward evil – in both Celahir and the human world…

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