The Unhewn Stone

The Unhewn Stone Reading The Unhewn Stone Radingbooks.run When Teenager, Stefan Gessler, Answers The Call To Restore His Family S Honour, He Discovers It Takes Than Superior Education And Pride To Equip Him For Life In The Middle Ages His Dangerous Adventures Threaten His Courage And Challenge His Beliefs.Immersed In The Turbulent Events Of The Wilhelm Tell Legend, Stefan Pretends To Be A Wizard When An Avaricious Sibyl Mistakes Him For An Alchemist The Shape Shifting Sibyl And An Evil Knight Have Diabolical Reasons To Want The Wizard Dead.Faced With His Own Demons And Those Of Medieval Switzerland, How Will Stefan Complete His Mission And Escape The Fourteenth Centuryalive Life In The Middle Ages Is A Dangerous Game, Even For Serw Lti, The Chosen One. The Unhewn Stone is a fantasy for young adults and older adults too Teenager Stefan Gessler is transported back to 14th century Switzerland There, he meets the mythical William Tell and his distant cousin, Rolf Gessler, and Eva, Rolf s sweetheart Stefan discovers a society which is very different to the civil society in present day Switzerland Life then, is ruled by the sword The common people had no say in their lives Stefan not only has to fight side by side with Rolf against the wicked The Unhewn Stone is a fantasy for young adults and older adults too Teenager Stefan Gessler is transported back to 14th c
I thought it was wonderful because I wrote it This book was recently entered in The Wishing Shelf Awards This is what our readers thought TitleThe Unhewn StoneAuthorWendy LaharnarFEEDBACKCOVER 8 10A well designed cover Eye catching Very powerful central image and easy to read lettering Well written blurb, pulling the reader in.EDITING 8 10Generally, very well edited No problems with spelling, punctuation or paragraphing The readers did suggest the editor might have worked a little on pacing, particularly in the middle fo the book wher This book was recently entered in The Wishing Shelf Awards This is what our readers thought TitleThe Unhewn StoneAuthorWendy LaharnarFEEDBACKCOVER 8 10A well designed cover Eye catching Very powerful central image and easy to read lettering Well written blurb, pulling the reader in.EDITING 8 10Generally, very well edited No problems with spelling, punctuation or paragraphing The readers did suggest the
2nd September 2011The Unhewn Stone by Wendy LaharnarThe Unhewn Stone is a fantasy tale about a young man, Stefan Gessler who returns to the time of his ancestors in the 14th Century His primary task is to restore honour to his family name, destroyed by the William Tell legend, and secondly to learn how to change base metals into gold Starting off as a callow youth, Stefan grows with the story to become an accomplished man Fantasy is not my preferred genre, but once I started this story I beca 2nd September 2011The Unhewn Stone by Wendy LaharnarThe Unhewn Stone is a fantasy tale about a young man, Stefan Gessler who returns to the time of his ancestors in the 14th Century His primary task is to restore honour to his family name, destroyed by the William Tell legend, and secondly to learn how to change base metals into gold Starting off as a callow youth, Stefan grows
Wendy Laharnar sends her protagonist Stefan Gessler, a modern day Swiss youth, seven hundred years back in time to prevent Wilhelm tell from murdering his far remote ancestor, Herman Gessler, the tyrant who asked his underlings to bow before his hat on a pole Now, why would anyone want to prevent a freedom fighter from killing a ruthless tyrant Read and find out Watch the two stubborn men collide full force Then enjoy the schemes of the next generation Tells and Ges
On the eve of his eighteenth birthday, Stefan Gessler waited in his attic room, poised for some momentous change in his otherwise uneventful life He gotthan he bargained for He learns of an ancient manuscript, which his ancestors have protected for generations With the aid of an ancient orb, Stefan transports into the past to change his family s destiny by trying to stop the legend of Wilhelm Tell His abrupt arrival in the fourteenth century is as disconcerting for him as his ancestral On the eve of
The Unhewn Stone will transport readers through time and space, as they travel with Stefan on an amazing adventure Stefan, a young man with issues, infatuated and insecure, takes on the challenge of changing the course of the Wilhelm Tell legend His family is involved through the generations With the knowledg
At the start, the occasional foreign word threw me, but as I eased into the story, I found the italicized words charming and I worked out what they meant At the end of the novel, a glossary explains the unfamiliar words meaning and I eagerly went over them to assure myself I d guessed correctly.Wendy Laharnar s writing charges together the emotion of the main character and the magnificent mountainous scenery with the clash of magic.Arrogant because of his privileged background, yet resentful o At the start, the occasional foreign word threw me, but as I eased into the story, I found the italicized words charming and I worked out what they meant At the end of the novel, a glossary explains the unfamiliar words meaning and I eagerly we
Interesting concept and characters A muddled middle having to do with apparently real Greek gods residing in the midst of 14th C religious fanaticism let s go burn the witch kept me from giving this book four stars I d like it better if the the myths stuck with the Swiss past Witches are fine, an evil sybil just didn t work for me.I still recommend it for readers of fantasy and time travel stories wrapped into a detailed picture of the time of the Swiss Wilhelm Tell The a
The Unhewn Stone is a very well crafted book by refined author, Wendy Laharnar A story that begins in present day and abruptly throws us back seven hundred years to a time when alchemists strove to change ordinary metals to gold Laharnar weaves a tale of intrigue through the vivid world she