Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones

Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones This is the third installment of the Martin McMillan mystery adventures for middle grade readers ages A vacation to Scotland finds thirteen year old skateboarders Martin McMillan and his friend I

  • Title: Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones
  • Author: ElaineRussell Patricia Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781519441201
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the third installment of the Martin McMillan mystery adventures for middle grade readers ages 9 13 A vacation to Scotland finds thirteen year old skateboarders Martin McMillan and his friend Isabel drawn into another exciting mystery Gaelic verses, recently found in the lining of an old trunk, hold the key to Druid secrets on the windswept Isle of Lewis CluesThis is the third installment of the Martin McMillan mystery adventures for middle grade readers ages 9 13 A vacation to Scotland finds thirteen year old skateboarders Martin McMillan and his friend Isabel drawn into another exciting mystery Gaelic verses, recently found in the lining of an old trunk, hold the key to Druid secrets on the windswept Isle of Lewis Clues lead to the ancient Calanais Standing Stones, which rival the wonder of Stonehenge Martin and Isabel are determined to uncover the truth before other, less scrupulous parties can beat them to it But dark forces go to great lengths to keep the island s secrets from the outside world.

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    1. Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' FavoriteMartin McMillan and the Sacred Stones is a children’s adventure by Elaine Russell. Martin vacations in Scotland with his friend Isabel, her father, James, and Moira, James’s girlfriend. Moira gets assistance from Professor Duncan to decipher her Scottish ancestor’s Gaelic notes that she found, and the teens decide to help solve the mystery too. Although the professor translates a few notes, Martin and Isabel suspect he is withholding inform [...]

    2. This is a cool book. There is a nice level of facts and fiction mixed into the story to get readers interested. The characters are realistic, behaving and sounding like normal kids. I especially like that in the beginning, Isabel isn’t fond of her stepmother…but as the story is from Martin’s point-of-view, he reflects that she seems like a decent person. I like that because that is a completely normal reaction – you may not understand why someone doesn’t like another person, and find t [...]

    3. I love the YA books, this might even be a little under YA, about 9 to 12 or so. These books remind me of why I started to love to read and bring me back to the time when I was that age. Ms. Russell does a good job with characters and even though this book is third in the series its easy to read and stick with. Its certainly a good read!

    4. We are proud to announce that MARTIN MCMILLAN AND THE SACRED STONES by Elaine Russell is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!

    5. I won a copy of Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones by Elaine Russell from .Martin McMillan and the Sacred Stones by Elaine Russell is a fun adventure that will entice even reluctant readers. On a vacation in Scotland with his friend Isabel's family, Martin is pulled into solving an ancient mystery and racing against some nasty folks to find and save ancient artifacts. Young readers will keep turning pages as Martin and Isabel figure out the clues and encounter fascinating characters. Who is f [...]

    6. This is a wonderful book. I've been a fan of Martin since he beginning, but this is the best of the series. The landscape is deftly woven into the storyline. The mystery is charming and engaging, and Martin and Isabel are better sleuths than ever! Great villains too! This book made me want to visit the Isle of Lewis!

    7. I received this book for free from Giveaways. It is a delightful mystery featuring two young people in Scotland with her parents who discover a secret that could lead to the discovery of Druid relics. I read the entire book in one sitting as it was very exciting and well written.

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