Amethyst

Amethyst Amy jumps at the chance to leave her gloomy aunt and uncle and go to the mountains and live with the King of the Rock People But once there she finds that she must go to stay with the alien clan th

  • Title: Amethyst
  • Author: Rebecca Lisle
  • ISBN: 9781842705414
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Amy jumps at the chance to leave her gloomy aunt and uncle and go to the mountains, and live with the King of the Rock People But once there, she finds that she must go to stay with the alien clan, the Wood People, and betray them by kidnapping Copper s wolf cub from them Worse still, when she meets the Woods she likes them, and her traitorous position there makes her moAmy jumps at the chance to leave her gloomy aunt and uncle and go to the mountains, and live with the King of the Rock People But once there, she finds that she must go to stay with the alien clan, the Wood People, and betray them by kidnapping Copper s wolf cub from them Worse still, when she meets the Woods she likes them, and her traitorous position there makes her and uncomfortable A mysterious stranger turns up at the house, and kidnaps their beloved wolf cub before Amy gets the chance Amy is soon engaged in the chase through the winter landscape to a final showdown with her King.

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      Published :2019-09-21T18:00:55+00:00

    About “Rebecca Lisle”

    1. Rebecca Lisle

      My name is Rebecca Lisle and I m a writer I have had 20 children s books published I also like drawing and have illustrated some of my books When I m not writing I paint peculiar pictures of dogs I live in Bristol and enjoy giving workshops and author visits in the South West.I was born in Leeds and have always been very proud of my Yorkshire roots My parents were born there too, and their parents perhaps this is why I can cook Yorkshire puddings.Boh my parents were artists My father was the principal of the Jacob Kramer College of Art He only had one eye so his students called him Popeye My mother studied art too and still paints and draws My parents always encouraged me and my brother and sister to be creative and we were My sister is a painter and my brother does arty things with computers I went to School in Leeds, then studied botany at Newcastle University and one year at Oxford University I had friends who had gone out to New York and they were having such a good time, I went out and joined them I lived on Manhattan for a year and a half Great fun.Back in England, I did lots of jobs waitressing, looking after small children, shop assistant, secretary, etc, but mainly I taught biology I always taught part time so that I could spend time writing because I dreamed of becoming a real writer By real I mean published.My first publication was a short story in a magazine Seeing my name in print made me deliriously happy I can honestly say it was one of the greatest moments of my life If I saw someone with a copy of the magazine I wanted to rush up to them and, well, I don t know, just stand there and grin, I think.I m married with three teenage sons My boys drive me mad And make me laugh They were the inspiration for many stories, particularily THE DOG IN THE DIAMOND COLLAR and THE BOY IN THE BIG BLACK BOX They all play musical instruments piano, guitar, drums and saxophone Usually different tunes in different rooms, but always LOUD.The other inspiration in all my books, just about, was Nike, our dog Sadly Nike died last year He did not do the dishes like Metal Mutt, worst luck.After Nike died I started painting pictures of dogs in all different colours.

    886 thoughts on “Amethyst”

    1. This book was a very nice fantasy book. It would be the kind of book for kids from ages 9-13. When I read it I enjoyed how she didn't trust the woods at first and how she thought the rocks were the the good guy and i also thought it was beautiful with her mouse friend. Other than that there isn't much i can say about this book.


    2. I remember reading this a looong time ago. I did like it though--it was pretty interesting. I vaguely remember the plot, so I plan to read it again.


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