Stone and Sea

by Graham Edwards

Although this is the second book in a trilogy it can be read as a novel in its own right. Not easy to get into, but worth persevering through the complexities of a new, weird and vertical world as the story line is uniquely inventive. Stay with the first 50 pages and you'll be drawn gradually into this fantasy world of Archan - an evil dragon intent on reeking revenge on a society that cast her into the abyss.


Well, Stone is a world beyond our world. We came to it through a kind of tunnel that was opened up by the eruptions of a volcano called Krakatoa in the year 1883. Both Jonah and I were on that island when it blew; so I reckon as far as our world's concerned we're dead and gone. Stone's no ordinary place though - I guess the easiest way to describe it is like the biggest damned wall you could ever imagine - it just goes on for ever. Up and down, side to side, it fades away into the mist. Endless, infinite, call it what you like. It's just damned big.


Earthsea by Ursula Le Guin
The Silmarillion by J R R Tolkien
The Real Story: Gap into Conflict by Stephen Donaldson

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