Book Review: 'The Secret Language of Stones' by M.J. Rose.

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

The Secret Language of Stones is the sequel to The Witch of Painted Sorrows. In this book, we get to meet Opaline, the daughter of Sandrine who was the main character in the previous book. And just like Sandrine is Opaline a Daughter of La Lune, a descendant from La Lune, the famous courtesans from the sixteenth century Paris.

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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The secret of the stones book review

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