Saturday, September 18, 2010

The Prophecy Of The Stones

The Prophecy of the stones is about four fourteen- year old girls. Three of them, Amber, Jade and Opal live in a magical land. The fourth is a girl in Paris who is dying in a hospital. They adventure is a dream created by the Parisian girl. Jade, Opal, and Amber have been living their lives with foster families for fourteen years. Jade as the daughter of a duke, Amber as a peasant, and Opal as a lifeless orphan. On their fourteenth birthday they are given a purse with a stone in it. The stones go with the girl's names. They seem to have a magical substance. In their land the Council of Twelve rule. They destroy freedom, hope, and education. The evil of the Council begins to fight the unknowing girls. They are the three stones of the prophecy. A prophecy written hundreds of years prior. All the girls are weary at first and are unfriendly. They all change though. They meet a man who tells them of a land called Fairytale. There you can be free and magical creatures still live. They see a young man and are magically able to free a whole city. They race to the boundaries of Fairytale, which can only be entered by believing you can. The three girls and their new friend make it. Opal is stabbed in the chest. A young man falls in love with her and she falls in love with him. The council of twelve wages war and the council of darkness runs wild. The three girls are told they must visit an enchantress who can tell them where their heart wishes to go. It is a long and hard journey. Meanwhile a man who lost his memory wanders. We is given a test and people believe he is the chosen one who came to save them. He also goes to the enchanters. She tells them the prophecy. One stone will recognize the chosen one. One stone will find their gift. The other will convince them all to die. After meeting Death , Jade, Opal, and Amber find the truth about themselves, their parents and their Gift. In the end the prophecy is fulfilled through a brilliant chain of events. True love keeps them. Hope keeps the Parisian girl alive. At the doors of death she changes because of her dream and learns that life is worth fighting for. I can't believe this was written by a fifteen year old girl, it's really good. I liked this and i would recommend it.:D

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