The Secret of Glaston Tor (The Glaston Chronicles Book 1)

The Secret of Glaston Tor The Glaston Chronicles Book Fifteen year old Matt Bergin is staying in Glastonbury for Christmas with his cousins Luke and Annie Martin Matt feels drawn to Glastonbury Tor and St Michael s Tower which crowns its summit The co

  • Title: The Secret of Glaston Tor (The Glaston Chronicles Book 1)
  • Author: Donal Anthony Foley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fifteen year old Matt Bergin is staying in Glastonbury for Christmas with his cousins, Luke and Annie Martin Matt feels drawn to Glastonbury Tor, and St Michael s Tower, which crowns its summit The cousins learn the secret of Glaston Tor and find themselves propelled back in time to 1940s France and the Second World War They are given a mission by an enigmatic stranger,Fifteen year old Matt Bergin is staying in Glastonbury for Christmas with his cousins, Luke and Annie Martin Matt feels drawn to Glastonbury Tor, and St Michael s Tower, which crowns its summit The cousins learn the secret of Glaston Tor and find themselves propelled back in time to 1940s France and the Second World War They are given a mission by an enigmatic stranger, who asks them to help a young German couple and their son escape from wartime France But the fearsome Gestapo are on their trail Matt and his cousins will discover that their destinies are intimately linked to this family, and to a mysterious young stranger who will stop at nothing to learn their secret With a compelling plot, captivating characters, suspense, excitement and ever present danger, The Secret of Glaston Tor will take you on an incredible journey into the past, present, and future and into the never ending battle between good and evil This book is particularly meant for 11 14 year olds, but can also be read older young people, or by adults.

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    1. Delighted to say this was a rip-roaring good time of a read! Besides the fast-paced adventure, the story illustrates a number of big questions that the YA audience is just starting to tackle: Does God matter? Does prayer actually make a difference? Why doesn't God always answer our prayers? Highly recommended for the YA set and maybe even for yourself!

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