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Publisher's Summary

Skye Mackenzie has dealt with the supernatural most of his life, but he's never before encountered the likes of the adventure that is about to descend upon him. An oddly attired, unconscious boy appears in Graymoor Mansion at the same time a horrific storm begins. When the boy awakens, Marshall, Skye, and the others discover that their visitor is from another world - a world where elves walk, dragons fly, and fairies are real.
While Marshall searches for a way to return Wuffa to his world, he discovers an ancient prophecy which explains the boy's appearance and mentions Marshall and Skye by name. Not only must Marshall and Skye find a way to return Wuffa to his own world, but they must discover the hiding place of the Heart of Graymoor and return it to Graymoor Mansion to keep the forces of darkness from destroying two worlds.
©2011 Mark A. Roeder (P)2013 Mark A. Roeder
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4 out of 5 stars
By Greg D on 05-09-14

Well Done

What did you love best about The Heart of Graymoor?

It was an interesting story. I don't usually read fantasy stuff, but this was pretty good. By far my favorite book by Mark Roeder.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 12-16-17

story was fairly repetative<br />

story over all was good, but rather repetative at times, I felt like the book would have been shorter if he didn't have to repeat or over explain certain things

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