• The Blessing Stone

  • By: Barbara Wood
  • Narrated by: Marion Castle
  • Length: 20 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 06-05-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.2 (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Millions of years ago, a meteorite fell to earth and shattered, revealing a beautiful blue stone. One hundred thousand years ago, a girl named Tall One found the crystal on the African plain, and it formed her destiny - as well as the destiny of generations to come. From ancient Israel to Imperial Rome, medieval England to 15th-century Germany, the 18th-century Caribbean, and the 19th-century American West, the destiny of the stone and the history of the world unfold. Each story is full of the betrayals and obsessions of the human heart and the quests of the human spirit.
In The Blessing Stone, Barbara Wood has both told the intimate details of her characters' lives and created a sense of the epic sweep of human history.
©2003 Barbara Wood (P)2017 Cherry Hill Publishing, LLC
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Critic Reviews

"Wood ( Perfect Harmony) pulls off an unlikely feat with this sweeping epic about the history of humanity, from the first Homo sapiens to 20th-century Californians." ( Publishers Weekly)
"In her latest book, Wood, who is well known in Europe for her epic novels ( The Prophetess), chronicles human development by following the passage of a precious stone throughout history.... In each era, Wood creates genuine, engaging characters whose stories are fascinating although a bit uneven in the later episodes. This novel should earn Wood the larger audience in the United States that she deserves." ( Library Journal)
"Wood's subject is nothing less than the history of the entire world, from three million years ago to the present.... All in all, an absorbing adventure tale." ( Booklist)
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