When I reached the part of the story where Alina begins to work with Runes I
knew in my mind exactly what Runes I would feature. On my bookshelf I have
several Rune books including one that I wrote. I turned and picked up the nearest
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
The Wooden Rose a novel by Soraya Follow the journey of the wooden rose carved with love by Gypsy lad Eddie and given to his sweetheart. Through love and life, tragedy and sorrow, the rose bridges the generations between 1889 and 2014. With the rose in her possession, and the appearance of an old woman in her dreams, Alina, a professional psychic consultant, is driven to unravel a mystery using her psychic skills and her experience in Tarot, Runes, Numerology, and Dowsing and in the process she finds love, friendship, and most of all family.
The library was deep inside one of the canyon walls, at the bottom of a spiral
staircase. ... The outer walls were lined with tall wooden bookshelves and rolling
ladders to access the books and scrolls written by humans and elves, shelved up
Author: Lisa Smedman
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
A plague has ravaged the population of gold dwarves of the Great Rift. It starts slowly, but the progression is devastating. One dwarf has eyes that have become hard and glassy like marbles; a second dwarf has skin that flakes off in sharp, hardened scales; the skeleton of a third is petrified and fused in place; a fourth wastes away with blood that has turned dark and muddy. Clerical magic doesn't help. Neither do herbal remedies, nor spells meant to break curses. And in all cases, death is always the same--the heart blackens, hardens, and eventually stops beating, killing each victim with a heart attack and turning the bodies to stone. It's called the Stoneplague. It's terrifying. And it's spreading.
In the shadow of the end bookcase she stopped to listen. From far above came
the sound of heavy rain on slate tiles. The creaking of damp wood in the wind.
One of the unlit globes above her head was shifting slightly from side to side.
Author: Christopher Fowler
Publisher: Random House
Across London people are dying in apparently unconnected freak accidents. Further investigation reveals that secreted on some of the bodies are strips of paper carrying angular, indecipherable hieroglyphics: their meaning unknown. To his horror, advertising executive Harry Buckingham is linked with several of the victims. He is soon avoiding the police and following his own investigation. He discovers a multinational company combining sophisticated technology with ancient mythology. They call it confrontational marketing. Harry calls it pure evil. It seems that the Devil may be at large in the nation's capital . . . and only a handful of people can stop the most hostile takeover bid of all time.
Nodding, Rune walked to the sliding glass door. “I have to. ... She put her bag
and pouch on it, before walking back to the bookshelf, eyeing the contents. ...
Frowning, the leader of the troupe put his hand on top of a wooden box. “It took a
lot to ...
Author: Kimberly Vogel
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Rune didn't get very far, but she hasn't given up on her quest. Hopefully she can get around the traps set by the enemy without more people becoming injured. Her brother's master plans for the rest of the world just might destroy it. Rune is committed to stopping her brother, but along the way are many obstacles. Those who don't have her special gift will have to make the ultimate sacrifice. All is not lost, however. There is still hope as the next generation is brought into the fight as well. (The fourth book in Rune's story)
Rune watched Grey over the top of the book she was supposed to be reading. He
currently stood fifteen shelves up on the library's wooden ladder. The old and
worn ladder was attached to tracks at the top and the bottom, allowing it to be ...
Author: Devri Walls
A young adventurer must harness her magic abilities before saving her friend from a fiendish Fae queen in book 2 of this YA dark fantasy series. When their friend Grey Malteer was abducted from their college dorm and taken to the alternate world of Eon, Rune Jenkins and her twin brother Ryker ventured into the dark unknown to save him. Now they are trapped in a world of fae, vampires, werewolves, and wizards. And after discovering the truth of their ancestry, the three are a world away from anything resembling their mundane lives of the past. While Ryker is still held captive by the eerily beautiful Zio and her goblins, Grey fall into the clutches of Feena, the Fae queen. As she drain his soul bit by bit to feed her underground garden, Grey has no hope of escaping on his own. It is up to Rune to save him. But the Council has denied Rune permission to embark on a rescue mission until she harnesses her Venator gifts. As Rune discovers that promises in Eon are forged with life-or-death consequences, she realizes that she must act quickly, or else be swallowed—and Grey along with her—by the dangers of Eon.
As a part of its American Indian bibliographical series , the Newberry Library in co
- operation with Indiana University ... Insofar as Lesy ' s book is located
specifically between 1885 and 1900 and Wood ' s merely touches on that period ,
Wisconsin Life Trip misses its target . ... Then suppose the grease monkey from
Earl ' s Texaco becomes the inadvertent discoverer of — a genuine Viking rune
Vol. 6 includes the 23d Biennial report of the Society, 1923/24, as an extra number.
( J. E. ) Mountain and Moor , izmo Underground , 12mo ( I. ) Greeks and Goths : A
Study on the Runes , 8vo ( T. S. ) First Principles ... 12mo Ward ( M. ) Shilling
Atlas , new ed . , 4to Warner ( Miss ) Ellen Montgomery's Bookshelf , new ed . ,
12mo .. .sd . ... The Boyne and Aghrim , post Svo Wood ( J. G. ) Lane and Field ,
Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.