The Fog of Forgetting (The Five Stones Trilogy #1) | G.A. Morgan
Chase weighed the pros and cons: This was beyond breaking the rules. But if they stayed right in front of the house, what could go wrong?
Five children are spending a pleasant summer day boating off the Maine coast when they suddenly find themselves lost in dense fog, only to wash ashore on a mysterious and forgotten island of ancient secrets and terrible history. Crackling with action and suspense, The Fog of Forgetting, the first volume of The Five Stones Trilogy, plumbs the rich territory between realism and fantasy by immersing the reader in an imaginative world that is also natural and recognizable. Powerful, gripping and―above all―compelling, The Fog of Forgetting brings together captivating characters, integrated narrative, myth, and mystery for the delight of all, be they a sophisticated ten-year-old boy or a fifty-year-old reader who still remembers what it’s like to be young with the long days of summer ahead.
Finalist, Young Adult, 2015 Maine Literary Award
Silver Medal, Pre-Teen Fiction/Fantasy, 2015 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award
Written by G.A. Morgan
Format: Softcover Chapter Book
Length: 308 pages
Ages 10 and Up
Publication Date: 2014
Located at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.
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About the Artist
G.A. Morgan spent all of her childhood summers on an island in Maine, where she discovered that many secrets lie deep in the fog. She was formerly the managing editor of Chronicle Books before moving to Portland, Maine, where she has written for a variety of editorial and commercial clients, including LL Bean, Thos. Moser, Hay House Publishers, and Bon Appetit and Maine magazines. She has written several illustrated nonfiction works under her full name, Genevieve Morgan.
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