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The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story By Ed Gray The Old Amulet The Fable of the Beginning Story The Old Amulet is a timeless and beautiful fable about nothing less than storytelling itself With beginnings and endings truth and meaning science and magic and an old promise kept this is a story

  • Title: The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story
  • Author: Ed Gray
  • ISBN: 9781935655244
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story By Ed Gray The Old Amulet is a timeless and beautiful fable about nothing less than storytelling itself With beginnings and endings, truth and meaning, science and magic, and an old promise kept, this is a story you d wish would never end, and, in sense, never does As salmon struggle upstream to the Alaskan lake of both their beginning and their end, a young physics professor bringThe Old Amulet is a timeless and beautiful fable about nothing less than storytelling itself With beginnings and endings, truth and meaning, science and magic, and an old promise kept, this is a story you d wish would never end, and, in sense, never does As salmon struggle upstream to the Alaskan lake of both their beginning and their end, a young physics professor brings her two children to the shore of the lake to spread their great grandmother s ashes It is here, beside the Lake of the Beginning, that they will encounter and ancient Inuit man with a mystical tale that will change their lives.
    The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story By Ed Gray

    • ☆ The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story Ú Ed Gray
      Ed Gray

    About "Ed Gray"

    1. Ed Gray

      Ed Gray is a writer and editor of books, magazines, and screenplays With his wife Rebecca Gray he has been the founder of Gray s Sporting Journal, GrayBooks Publishers, Aisle Seat Books and Tales2Film.He lives in Lyme, New Hampshire, just a few miles north of Dartmouth College which, as he says, has twice claimed to have educated me.

    425 thoughts on “The Old Amulet: The Fable of the Beginning Story”

    1. I read this as a First Reads winner.This book is beautifully written and flows so smoothly amid great imagery and with a style that seems very much influenced by oral storytelling I read it all in one sitting since the story is told with surprising fluidity for its actually being a mix of three interrelated stories One thing that particularly struck me, in my reflection upon the story, was that it could, potentially, have been told as a short story Its events were brief enough that they could ha [...]


    2. Beautifully written description, As salmon struggle upstream to the Alaskan lake of both their beginning and their end, a young physics professor brings her two children to the shore of the lake to spread their great grandmother s ashes This sounds like The Lake of the Beginning A Fable of Salmon, Northern Lights and An Old Promise Kept I purchased a copy of The Lake of the Beginning and enjoyed it so much that I bought and donated a copy to our local library and kept copies to give as gifts.


    3. I won this book as an ARC This book toggles between telling you about a salmon s return to a lake in Alaska to spawn and a mother and her two children returning to the same lake to spread the the ashes of the mother s grandma This story is beautifully written I enjoyed the vivid imagery as well as the storyline itself If you enjoy nature and actual storytelling I highly reccomend this book.


    4. I read this as a First Reads winner.At first I was discouraged because the copy wasn t in book format but eventually I read it when I had nothing else to do and do not regret that choice Beautifully written, The Old Amulet simultaneously tells three intertwined stories It is in no way a burden to read though I may have treated it as such after winning it and is worth anyone s time.


    5. The story was very touching The images in my heard were so detailed by the way the author wrote the story I enjoyed reading it and would recomend it to a friend


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