Jevic and the Stone

Jevic and the Stone

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The Sidhe were supernaturally-gifted people who long ago traveled to Ireland upon four sailing ships from four small islands to the north. On each vessel, they carried one sacred treasure-a stone, a sword, a spear, and a cauldron. These seemingly ordinary objects possessed mystical powers beyond anything mankind had ever known, prompting the people there to refer to these strangers as the Tribe of the Gods. These superior beings were so determined to live among men that they burned their ships upon arrival. But the people of the island were not so sure about the strangers. While many feared the Sidhe's power, others craved it, and great battles were fought as they tried to find their place among men. Eventually, they settled beneath the green hills and concealed their new home from the world above with a veil of magic. Occasionally, one or two would be seen on the surface stealing a glimpse of the precious night sky. So, to avoid further conflict in the realm of man, they used their magic to make themselves smaller. Some changed their appearance altogether. People were so easy to fool that the Sidhe never expected thieves would be clever enough to slip through the veil and rob them of their treasures. Instantly, the Sidhe were divided. Half would have destroyed all of mankind for that heinous offense, but the others refused to punish all for the sins of a few. A thousand years later, humanity has all but forgotten the people of the hills, but the Sidhe have forgotten nothing.show more

Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 10mm | 209g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508593795
  • 9781508593799
  • 1,053,836

About Lisa Popp

Her fascination with the spirit realm and connection to the wild places of the earth inspired Lisa Popp to write the Jevic O'Connor series. Having a natural flair for design, Lisa also created the cover art, which features her own interpretation of the Tree of Life. When not writing, this author can be found hiking, camping and kayaking with her husband and family.show more