Young Warriors: Stories of Strength - The Magestone. Summary & Analysis

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The Magestone. Summary

Fare, a fifteen-year-old boy, is on the bow of the Osprey. His uncle, Comgall, had taken Fare from the fields of his home and gave him work on the ocean. Fare is holding a silver necklace with a gray stone which his mother gave him before he sailed away and thinking about his father, who owned the necklace before him. The necklace had been his father's good luck charm until he left it with Fare's mother when she gave birth to Fare. His father left to work and never came home again. Fare is holding the necklace when he sees the face of a girl in the water. His uncle tells him it is probably a dead body, but Fare isn't so sure. He makes a gesture to ward off evil spirits.

Neesha is a mermaid who has been following the Osprey. She is attracted...

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