17 Stones

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In the 4th book of the series, the clans are coming together for the Gathering that happens every 4 years. Chaiko is looking forward to learning about the spirit world from other shamans. He learns, but not what he had expected. He is dogged by intrigue all the way and has to fight to stand his ground.

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Words: 134,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311804617
About Paul Telegdi

BIO: Nearing retirement, I now have more time to devote to writing (and if I don’t, I squeeze the day until there is a space/time to crawl into). Over the past 15 years, I have worked on 15 books, three of which (of the Dreamcast series) are self-published.
My website, http://www.PaulTelegdi.ca gives a full account of my life and accomplishments, which I shall not repeat here.
The thumbnail version: I was born in Hungary; when young immigrated to Canada with my family, attended University of Waterloo, Ontario, where I met my wife. Spent years in West Germany where my wife was studying music while I was learning German. Returning to Canada, we ended up on a farm in Ontario with pets. Long-time married, I boast of three sons with talent and personality.
Presently I am office manager of my wife’s private practice of psychology. I like kayaking and windsurfing. I belong to a number of writers’ groups, and often choose writing over sleeping. eBooks are an exciting new chapter in my life and I’m looking forward to the wider exposure.
My motto: Want a better life? Then write it!

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Review by: Dean Thompson on Feb. 08, 2015 :
I kept thinking as I read through 14 , 15, 16, and then 17 stones that the story was gong to run out of steam. The author writes extremely well, and the books are all very clean (grammatically and typographically), but still, how could he maintain my interest for very long without guns, cars, technology etc. But no, I have devoured every book in the series and they just keep getting more and more interesting. Looking forward eagerly to number 18.
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Review by: Nickel Mann on Feb. 05, 2015 :
Another fine book by Paul. I've read and enjoyed every book he has wrtten. This book continues to be just as good and spellbinding as his other books.
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