January 14, 2013

The Unhewn Stone


The Unhewn Stone

Wendy Laharnar

MuseItUp Publishing


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Trapped inside the Wilhelm Tell legend he tried to forestall, a Swiss teen must outsmart evil pursuers or never return to the 21st century alive.

15 comments:

  1. Now I must read to find out why he tried to forestall the legend. I learned about William Tell as a child.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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    1. Mary, thanks for your comment. This is a new take on the legend from the tyrant Gessler family's pov.

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  2. Sounds like a very exciting read.

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    1. Hi Ingeborg, I so please this came a cross in the log line. Thanks for letting me know.

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    2. oops - typos, sorry. Yes English is my first language, believe it or not. :)

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  3. Regarding the bit about the scream in space. 2001 Space Odessy? I suspect I may have been living under a rock.

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    1. Yes Suzanne. I guess so. The rock it is. Just between you and me it was 'Alien'. :) Lovely you stopped by. Thank you.

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  4. Great work Wendy... Now I must read The Unhewn Stone again. ;) I love this story and how each time I read the adventure I find more to enjoy.

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    1. Thank you Rosalie, I think you know Stefan's story as well as I do by now. Thank you for your support.

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  5. I haven't read this one and it sounds like I need to put it on my monthly budgeted purchases LOL!

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    1. I think so Killarney!! LOL. I hope you enjoy mine as much as I've enjoyed yours even though mine isn't quite as grown up as yours are :)

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  6. I am going to have to check this one out since my story is also about time travel and William Tell!

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  7. That would be great Penny. I have yours, which looks terrific for young students of history. Mine is quite a bit older. 14yrs+ and my hero belongs to the tyrant's side. Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. The log line brought the whole adventure back for me. I loved The Unhewn Stone!

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    1. Thank you Pat, that is such a joy to hear. I love your books too.

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