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Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper
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it was amazing

Over Sea, Under Stone is a classic tale with an Arthurian base, showing how kid power can be better than adulthood. It also shows the relationships of the forces of good and evil, and how they can create conflict, sometimes war.
Three kids, Barney, Simon, and Jane, go on vacation with their parents to visit their mysterious Great-Uncle Merry (Professor Merriman Lyon), sometimes called “Gumerry”. Upon exploring the Grey House, their vacation residence, they find an ancient manuscript crumbling with age. They then join forces with Gumerry to discover the secrets of the yellowing manuscript. Of course, there are people to try and stop them, making their quest much harder than expected.
This novel is an exciting and interesting book for all people with a love for adventure and mystery reads. It’s one of my personal favorites. Over Sea, Under Stone is a keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat kind of book that will make you tell yourself, “You are going to finish this series, whether you like it or not!!”
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September 18, 2009 – Shelved
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September 30, 2009 – Finished Reading

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