The Stone in the Meadow

Karleen Bradford

You are here: Home - Uncategorized - The Stone in the Meadow


The Stone in the Meadow

The Stone in the Meadow The large black stone in the meadow in Cornwall held a strange hypnotic fascination for Jenifer And one day she found out why Was it just a dream Or could the stone really transport her back in time

  • Title: The Stone in the Meadow
  • Author: Karleen Bradford
  • ISBN: 9780771570148
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • The large, black stone in the meadow in Cornwall held a strange, hypnotic fascination for Jenifer And one day she found out why Was it just a dream Or could the stone really transport her back in time a hundred yearsa thousand years If it were a dream, it was so vivid Jenifer knew that, as long as she lived, she would never forget Perran that small boy from the paThe large, black stone in the meadow in Cornwall held a strange, hypnotic fascination for Jenifer And one day she found out why Was it just a dream Or could the stone really transport her back in time a hundred yearsa thousand years If it were a dream, it was so vivid Jenifer knew that, as long as she lived, she would never forget Perran that small boy from the past who had shared her adventure And Fedelm who was the image of Jenifer and so frightened of her And, above all, Bron, with his blue eyes and flaming hair and who would remain forever her first love.But if it were only a dream, where had this heavy gold ring in her hand come from

    • [PDF] Download ☆ The Stone in the Meadow | by ✓ Karleen Bradford
      413 Karleen Bradford
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ☆ The Stone in the Meadow | by ✓ Karleen Bradford
      Posted by:Karleen Bradford
      Published :2018-09-22T18:01:08+00:00

    One thought on “The Stone in the Meadow

    1. Aaron Carson on said:

      I read this book when I was literally nine years old. I think it was the first book which lured me into my lifelong fascination with the druids. I made several juvinile drawings of the High Archdruidess; Fedelm. I was fascinating by her. I think this book had a lot to do with my abandoning my birthright, (Unitarian Christianity, or Anglican if I look to my grandfather,) and I never regretted the change. My parents had a fascination with the Hindu tradition, which I still hold dear, but there is [...]

    2. Chelsea on said:

      I reread this book more times as a pre-teen (tween? whatever) than I care to think about. But, can you blame me?Mysterious stones in foreign meadows!Time travel!Cute boys from ancient times!The threat of potential human sacrifice!Yeah, I'm spending next weekend digging through my old boxes of books, because I am going to reread this one (again) ASAP.

    3. Katy on said:

      Jenifer and her mother are visiting Jenifer’s uncle in Cornwall, where her mother grew up. While exploring the area surrounding Greyrocks, her uncle’s house, she comes upon a menhir of black granite – an imposing, tall, standing stone – and when she stands in the shadow of it, she seems to hear chanting. When the chanting ends, she looks up and things have changed. She had gone into the past! She meets a boy named Perran, who turns out to be an ancestor of hers, and over the course of th [...]

    4. Anna Dye on said:

      This time travel story is one of the best I have seen for awhile. An exiting and well develop tale that will spellbound you from beginning to end. Well written, with great descriptions and likable characters.Jenifer is visiting her uncle for the first time at a hundred year old family home in England. While exploring the county side she found a tall, lone and dark stone that seam to call on her. At first scared and latter with a growing need, she visit the stone frequently. It didn’t took long [...]

    5. Anna Dye on said:

      This time travel story is one of the best I have seen for awhile. An exiting and well develop tale that will spellbound you from beginning to end. Well written, with great descriptions and likable characters.Jenifer is visiting her uncle for the first time at a hundred year old family home in England. While exploring the county side she found a tall, lone and dark stone that seam to call on her. At first scared and latter with a growing need, she visit the stone frequently. It didn’t took long [...]

    6. Maegan Morin on said:

      Originally published in 1984 and re-released Sept 2011, The Stone In The Meadow written by Karleen Bradford is a fantastic tale of time travel, friendship and first love. Filled with rich accurate history and Celtic mythology I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's the kind of story I miss reading, when I read the YA books of today. Not that they aren't good its just that this book seems pure and untainted. The Stone In The Meadow is a timeless read. It didn't feel like I was reading an "old" book. [...]

    7. A Canadian Girl on said:

      Karleen Bradford’s The Stone in the Meadow was a short book that took me a really, really long time to read because I kept putting it down to read other books in between. As was the case with Bradford’s The Other Elizabeth, I thought the amount of historical detail in the novel was great but had a difficult time caring about the characters or getting invested in the story. Furthermore, I found the depiction of Bron as being Jenifer’s first love in the synopsis to be misleading because a) J [...]

    8. Sonia on said:

      Just as good as when I first read it in middle school - a great read about a fascinating culture!

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *