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As a child Ramad of the Wolves had sought the potent Runestone of Eresu that could save his world from the dark, only to have it shatter at the moment it came into his hands. Now as a man, leader of his fellow Seers in their war against the dark powers, he knows it is up to him to find and rejoin the shards before evil Seers can do so. Following his true love Telien into far reaches of Time, he is followed in turn by the Seer Skeelie, who also loves him. The quest to make the stone whole again demands the commitment not only of Ramad but of others, ultimately including his son, for only far forward in Time can the final battle against the dark forces be fought.

This ebook contains the last three novels of the five originally published as the Children of Ynell series: The Castle of Hape, Caves of Fire and Ice, and The Joining of the Stone. It can be read independently of the two earlier novels (which are available in an ebook titled The Shattered Stone) and will be enjoyed by both older teens and adults.

From the reviews of The Castle of Hape

“The many episodes involving the race of winged horses are magnificently imagined.” --School Library Journal

From the reviews of Caves of Fire and Ice

“Moves into the past, the present, and the future . . . a mind-boggling time sequence.” --Alan Review

“Plenty of action here and a colorful, skillfully-depicted cast of characters.” —School Library Journal

“The well-delineated characters add life with the same effect that detail adds to a painting.” —ALA Booklist

From the reviews of The Joining of the Stone

“The dramatic climax in a series of five fantasies . . . Shirley Murphy satisfactorily draws together the strands (and her incredible images) of good and evil.” —Atlanta Journal and Constitution

“The portrayal of the evil forces, stark and frightening, is well balanced with Murphy’s theme about life being ‘flawed [but] . . . no less magnificent.’” —ALA Booklist

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