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The Lost Stone of SkyCity

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Sunaya’s peaceful village life is turned upside down when a simple mountain mission turns into a death-defying quest for survival.

Winter treks to summer pastures, mythical Ice-People that are scarily real, avalanches, ice falls, power plays, mysterious magic and surprising friendships – it seems not everything in life is set in stone ...
Paperback, 1st, 240 pages
Published January 1st 2020 by Fremantle Press
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Nadia King
Oct 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What I love about this book…

The protagonist is a likeable strong female character, and an excellent role model for kids today.
I can pronounce all the characters names even though The Lost Stone of SkyCity is a fantasy novel.

I love the inclusion of goat (goatals) who are an integral part of the story and Sunaya’s genuine fondness for the animals shines through.

This book is special to me because the author is one of my writing buddies. That aside, I love the book because it is beautifully written:
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Margot Lindgren
Sep 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved the inventiveness of this quest fantasy but sorry I really don't like the cover. I hope readers (10+) will pick up this book even if the cover does not appeal to them. Sunaya is a wonderful, strong determined girl. She is compassionate and intuitive.
Dianne Wolfer
Stayed up past midnight to finish this :-)
Tamara Moss
May 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Adventure, friendship, and fantasy worlds! My kind of story
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HM Waugh is an environmental scientist, writer and educator with a long-term love of wild places and high mountains. This has led to icy feet and sunburnt cheeks in magical countries like New Zealand, Nepal, Bolivia and Switzerland. She has studied dolphins in New Zealand and rare plants in the Wheatbelt, and worked in mining and construction projects across Western Australia. When she’s not writi ...more

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