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Stones (One True Child Series Book 5)

4.24  ·  Rating details ·  341 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Deep within the New Zealand bush, lies a plateau with a clearing, covered in the many years of fallen leaves, it is damp and dark. Hidden just under the surface are the stones, green and still polished, placed by the Guardians of this land. There is power in them still and they are about to bear witness to a great battle between light and darkness. Claire Drummond is in da ...more
Kindle Edition, 327 pages
Published March 1st 2019 by Liminal Books (Between the Lines Publishing)
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The Wise Old Tree
Apr 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I am a big fan of the One True Child Series by L.C. Conn, so I was really excited to get by hands on book 5, Stones. The teen fiction series is so engaging and exciting, with a unique take of the good s evil narrative, and in book 5 Conn has really pushed her imagination and creativity to the next level. We are back once again with her strong protagonist Claire as she struggles with the news that her beloved Uncle Geoff (the man that taught her to embrace her gifts) is seriously ill. But, she ha ...more
Grady
Mar 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
‘I am so lucky to have had two fathers who have cared so much for me.’

New Zealand born Australian author L.C. Conn has discovered that cosmic glow that allows her reader to make sense of the order of the universe, all in the format of a coming of age story. L.C. is a mother who is battling breast cancer and has transformed her life situation into a significant epic - the One True Child Series - which proves to be not only a sensitive examination of the coming of age time of each of our lives, b
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Stephen R.
Mar 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Conn tells a narrative of the battle of good versus evil in one of the most scintillating tales ever. The fact that she sets the mysterious place in the book in New Zealand and the highlands of Scotland gives the fictional story a real presence to which it is easy to relate. Conn constructs her characters carefully within a family setting to give that close, lifelike feeling to the characters in an enchanting story.

Conn’s writing is drawn from both the inspiration of a dream and her real-life ex
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Julie Barrett
Mar 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Stones (One True Child Series Book 5) by L.C. Conn
Starts out with Claire and she's married to Matt and they have a young daughter: Brianna.
Her uncle Geoff is very ill and it's amazing the daughter tells them they must go see him, for the last time.
The young daughter has powers she has no idea about yet-she can see into the future. Her uncle had raised Claire in Scotland as they pack up and get ready to go.
As time goes on others on the evil side kidnap some for leverage. Some are able to read the
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Pegboard
Mar 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
With a flair of mystique and charm, L. C. Conn continues Claire Drummond’s tale of stones and danger. Stones (One True Child Series Book 5) picks up with Claire, Matt, and their daughter Bree experiencing the death of her Uncle Geoff. Then shortly after that, the death of Matt’s mum in Scotland. Traveling back to Scotland brings Claire a message from Breena, Matt’s deceased sister, and the realization of little Bree’s talents. Trials and testing is coming, this time Bree is the target and the wh ...more
Jenny Schultz
Apr 10, 2019 rated it liked it
Huh

I have no idea what the book was about. Nothing was explained. How these books relate to the first one isn't clear at all except in a vague way. It is disappointing that the talents aren't fully explored or the history and meaning of them and the sentinels brought out. It's basicly a story about pretty average people love and family. And it seems you kill off the characters and relationships that are the most interesting. Leaving not much behind. What was the purpose behind the tasks. What we
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