The Joining of the Stone Social Sensitivity

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The violence and sexual content may be of some concern to readers and parents. The violence is not extremely graphic, but it runs through the story as Lobon battles Drac, puncturing his eye and later killing him. The wolves are constant protectors as they kill and attack various creatures who try to harm Lobon. The final battle with Kish is full of violence as she and Lobon strike at one another with their swords and often hurt the winged lizard and horse who carry them. Meatha also has to battle with the flying lizards alone as Lobon and Kish battle. Horses and lizards fall from the sky dead and litter the land with their bodies. In almost any fantasy story where there is good conflicting with evil, there will be violence as the two fight for dominance.

The sexual content is not pornographic or vulgar. Some...

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