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The Stonekeepers

4.77  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
For the past eighteen years, Lexi Christensen has been sheltered from the truth by a soft-cushioned life of normalcy, until the contents of an envelope link her to an ancient vow. All Lexi wants is to get out from between the vise grips of her suddenly protective parents, rescue an historic mansion before she leaves for college, and stop herself from falling in love with t ...more
Paperback, 354 pages
Published May 7th 2015 by Elk Lake Publishing
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Aug 05, 2015 Lily rated it really liked it
Debut author Sally Chambers shows much promise with The Stonekeepers. This story is intriguing. Secret entrances, hidden artifacts, ancient history preserved through generations--it's all there.

Lexi Christensen is drawn to an abandoned mansion, and devotes her energy to save it from demolition--not realizing the amazing ties she has to this place. Finding a hidden message that had unknowingly been in her possession for most of her life, she is startled to discover that she is intricately linked
May 19, 2015 ChrisGA rated it it was amazing
I thought I knew where the story was going—a sweet, coming-of-age story of eighteen-year-old Lexi as she discovers her own past while exploring an old house. Lexi is likeable and inspires our sympathy for her feelings of the angst and restlessness that comes when taking the first steps of independence and autonomy. She is searching for something that she can’t quite describe, and her frustration over the romance of her best friend with the boy she secretly loves adds further conflict. However, t ...more
Anne Rightler
Aug 04, 2015 Anne Rightler rated it it was amazing
Sally Chambers has given readers a delightful experience in her book The Stonekeepers. Perhaps a Young Adult genre, it certainly can be enjoyed by the 'mature' reader too. Lexi, 18, is determined to save the crumbling and somehow familiar mansion, Northbrick, from its soon scheduled destruction. Little does she realize the mystery and adventure she and her two best friends, Jenni, and Ridge, will unleash when they decide to explore the abandoned building. Old letters, ominous warnings, and odd h ...more
Jul 21, 2015 Pam rated it it was amazing
When I agreed to review “The Stonekeepers”, I was unfamiliar with the author and took a chance because I thought the book might be interesting. I did not realize that teens and young adults seem to be its targeted audience. Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

From the very beginning the author sets the perfect tone with a mysterious old house that seems to reach out to Lexi Christensen. When she learns that the house is scheduled to be torn down by the city, she and her two best friend
Deanna Stevens
Jul 18, 2015 Deanna Stevens rated it it was amazing
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Lexi and her friends have set out to save an old house being readied for demolition. When Lexi begins to find clues she feels that she may have known the owner at one time. She just feels drawn to the house and that her parents are keeping something from her. She finds out that she has inherited a very historic relic that is priceless and needs to be returned to Israel. Lexi becomes the target of a man desperate for money to pay off his gambling debts when he discovers that Lexi has become the k ...more
Dali Castillo
Aug 21, 2015 Dali Castillo rated it it was amazing
Mystery and romance. What else could one want in a story? Well, The Stonekeepers definitely fits those categories, but it doesn't stop there. It's a sit on the edge of your seat, can't put it down until you finish kind of book. There's mystery, romance, adventure, all entwined with a spiritual message. You will get sucked into Lexi's quest immediately and it will keep you like that up to the very end. The Stonekeepers is one you won't want to miss out on.

*****I received this book in exchange fo
Debra Lindquist
Mar 03, 2016 Debra Lindquist rated it it was amazing
Oh my goodness, did I ever enjoy this book. It was so hard to put down. I really enjoyed the parts that talked about Lexi hearing God's voice. She loved hearing His voice and asking Him for protection and guidance in the nitty, gritty parts of her life. I also enjoyed reading about the Muslim and Jewish people who had visions of Jesus.

This book had me from the beginning when Lexi found the hidden compartment in her old trunk. This suspense continued through the whole book. What can I say - I jus
Lori Weller
Dec 13, 2015 Lori Weller rated it it was amazing
The Stonekeepers is an excellent book that can be enjoyed by all ages. It has the right amount of suspense and mystery along with faith and love to keep you wanting to read more. There are old buildings, letters, mysterious happenings, and travel to the Middle East. It all comes down to trust in the end.
I received the book from the Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.
Galinda Barefoot
Mar 04, 2016 Galinda Barefoot rated it really liked it
This is a great book for teens and young adults, has mystery and suspense. A teenager trying to save a mansion from destruction and then discovers she is connected to the previous owner.

I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher through TBCN/BookFun in exchange for my honest review.

Elaine Stock
Nov 16, 2016 Elaine Stock rated it it was amazing
The Stonekeepers by Sally Chambers was an exciting read. I'm glad I made the purchase and am looking forward to reading more by Ms. Chambers.
Jul 29, 2015 Sonnetta rated it it was amazing
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I read this book in a day. It is a very easy and enjoyable read. You will love the matchmaking mothers, the main characters and the description of Puerto Rico.

This book is a lesson in surrendering to God. The visual descriptions in the book helped you to connect nature to God. I loved when Teresa was looking at the beautiful flowers and she commented on how they do not have to worry about anything. God was reminding her that he has not forgotten about her needs as a widow or as his daughter. He
Terri Tiffany
Aug 06, 2015 Terri Tiffany rated it really liked it
I took longer to read this book than planned because I was reading three others at the same time. When I finally jumped into it, I was pleased with the fast-paced plot and the way Sally Chambers unfolded the story. She wrote it so that I wanted to turn the page to see what would happen next. I'm wondering if this book was written for the YA market as the MC was younger. I think someone in that same age category would love it more and grab onto the page-to-page action. I was especially impressed ...more
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Hi, I'm Sally Chambers, author of contemporary inspirational fiction. Represented by Diana Flegal of Hartline Literary Agency, my debut novel, The Stonekeepers, was released in May 2015, by Elk Lake Publishers, Atlanta, GA.

I enjoy writing for young adults, new adults, and women of all ages who enjoy stories of faith that are a blend of easy drama, suspense, and light romance.

My husband, Jerry, a
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