Meadowsweet

Meadowsweet Statues on the legendary Moonlit Mountain have a life of their own Of all the world s treasures none are valuable than stone from the Twelve Children on all four continents are tested for affinity f

  • Title: Meadowsweet
  • Author: C.J. Milbrandt
  • ISBN: 9781631230295
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • Statues on the legendary Moonlit Mountain have a life of their own.Of all the world s treasures, none are valuable than stone from the Twelve Children on all four continents are tested for affinity, for the mountains hold magic But in the foothills of the Gray Mountain, no one remembers stone lore The majestic Statuary is forgotten, as are the wonders that fill itsStatues on the legendary Moonlit Mountain have a life of their own.Of all the world s treasures, none are valuable than stone from the Twelve Children on all four continents are tested for affinity, for the mountains hold magic But in the foothills of the Gray Mountain, no one remembers stone lore The majestic Statuary is forgotten, as are the wonders that fill its galleries Only rumors remain, and those are used to frighten children For it s said that a monster lives in the heights.Freydolf serves as the Gray Mountain s Keeper Exiled Feared Unwelcome But necessity drives him into a Flox village to hire a boy to fetch water and tend fires Tupper Meadowsweet isn t the cleverest child, but he s brave enough to follow his new master up top In the Statuary, Tupper finds hints of faraway lands, diverse races, long histories, unique customs, and danger.Excerpt from Meadowsweet, Chapter One Hello, lambkin Fascinated by the boy s unwavering gaze, Freydolf asked, Aren t you afraid of me I am The big Pred blinked in surprise and asked, Then why are you still here Mother said to stay And to look you in the eye Freydolf s bemusement grew So you re here because she told you to come, not because you want to work for me It took a while for the child to untangle the sentence, but once he did, he nodded.Lowering himself further, the sculptor sat on the ground You have nothing to fear from me, lambkin That s not what people say, he replied bluntly, still not breaking eye contact.Freydolf had to smother a smile Aye, people do say otherwise.

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    1. Best book ever! Had to take constant breaks reading it because, I wasn't use to a book being EVERYTHING I EVER WANTED!

    2. Oh, no I feel awful about breaking this book's five-star review streak, especially since I'd been so excited to read it for so long. And I didn't dislike this book. There's something charming to it, a sweetness in the slow pacing, and I can't deny that Milbrandt is a good writer - but there's a reason it took me over a month to work through this, and it's not because it's a decently long book. It's because quite frankly, very little happens.Yes, I know, the focus is on the relationship between F [...]

    3. Freydolf is one of twelve Keepers in the world. Guardian of a sacred mountain, master sculptor, and yet utterly alone. Other races fear the Pred, and it makes something as simple as hiring a servant a challenge. But Tupper is different. Freydolf is soon surprised to find HOW different . . .I tend to love stories like this, about a lonely and isolated individual gradually finding friendship. And this one is particularly good. Tupper is rather young, but more than that, he's not very bright in a t [...]

    4. Excellent story!Charming book, well-written, with a lovely charming set of characters! I truly enjoyed this little gem. Suitable for adults and younger readers.

    5. This book is about a Pred (a mythical race of people) named Freydolf. Freydolf is a sculptor who lives high in Mt. Morven; almost never coming down for fear that he will scare the Flox people (another mythical race) that live below. But, when his latest servant runs away, he finds that he must go down to the village of Hayward to find another. When he looks through the boys that are presented to him, and finds one that sparks his interest“Hello lambkin,” Freydolf offered softly. Fascinated b [...]

    6. This first book of the Galleries of Stone trilogy is filled with everything a fantasy story needs. A magical mountain, a sculptor who can bring statues to life, and plenty of mystery.Amongst all of these wonderful things, Tupper Meadowsweet seems very ordinary. In fact, that's why he's chosen to become Freydolf's servant. But through Tupper's eyes, the reader is slowly drawn into a world that is so much bigger than it first seems to a simple boy from a tiny village. I loved seeing Tupper's perso [...]

    7. Tupper's life changes when he goes to live with Freydolf, keeper of the gray mountain. This little Flox soon learns that there are many mysteries hidden in the stone galleries of the mountain. Some secrets kind and friends, but others are fearfully dangerous. As the two are living up on the mountain, they begin to grow a special friendship, and Freydolf hasn't had one in a long time. What will happen when Tupper visits his hometown? Will he want to go home? These are thoughts of Freydolf. Becaus [...]

    8. Absolutely wonderful book! I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. Love the author's subtle humor, goon natured teasing and the warm, happy plot. This is a book that will make you feel better about life and family. A truly heartwarming tale.

    9. I absolutely love this new series from a favorite author. I really connected with the beautifully written characters. I am excited to see what comes next. Also if anyone knows how I can get my own Olexi that would be great. :)

    10. "Statues on the legendary Moonlit Mountain have a life of their own." Oh, my Statues, a life of their own? How? Why? Should I be afraid? So the adventure begins. Freydolf, keeper of Moonlit Mountain, lives alone on the upper slope and needs someone to help tend the fires and carry water so he can focus on his work as Master Sculptor. When he descends to a hamlet on the plain, his choices are slim ~ because villagers have heard terrorizing tales of a monster who reigns on the mountain. He selects [...]

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