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EBOOK Ö Children of the Stones ⛎ Adam Brake, a professor of astrophysics, and his teenage son Matthew, arrive in Milbury, an English village surrounded by a stone circle Adam has been commissioned to investigate the residual magnetism of the stones, but he and Matthew soon begin to realise that this is no ordinary village Based on the classic television series starring Gareth Thomas and Freddie Jones, this is the original novelisation, published for the first time inyears Not as good or creepy as the original tv show but still a good read. Era il 1977 anno pi anno meno quando la Rai trasmise uno sceneggiato per ragazzi dal titolo Prigionieri delle pietre , prodotto e ambientato in Inghilterra.Una storia angosciante, ma per questo rimasta impressa nella mia memoria al punto da averla inseguita fino a quando non sono riuscita, pochi anni fa, ad entrare in possesso del DVD.Nonostante il passaggio di quasi tre decenni, la sola nota vintage rappresentata dagli abiti e dalle auto perch la storia da molti punti anche alle pi Era il 1977 anno pi anno meno quando la Rai trasmise uno sceneggiato per ragazzi dal titolo Prigionieri delle pietre , prodotto e ambientato in Inghilterra.Una storia angosciante, ma per questo rimasta impressa nella mia memoria al punto da averla inseguita fino a quando non sono riuscita, pochi anni fa, ad entrare in possesso del DVD.Nonostante il passaggio di quasi tre decenni, la sola nota vintage rappresentata dagli abiti e dalle auto perch la storia da molti punti anche alle pi elaborate trame moderne.Il libro tratto dalla serie la fedele trasposizione.Leggendolo si evocano non solo i luoghi, ma anche le musiche e le situazioni ai limiti del paranormale di moda ai tempi che accompagnano le vicende dei protagonisti.Non so se un lettore estraneo alla serie tv riuscirebbe a trovarlo cos coinvolgente, ma per chi cresciuto all interno del cerchio di pietre di Milbury, una avventura da rivivere.Un gioioso giorno a tutti Ah, nostalgia Having watched this as a child and it scared the bejahsus out of me it was a pleasant surprise to discover a recent reprint of this was available cue purchase of the DVD and sequel which is yet to arrive Astrophysicist Adam Brake on tv, Gareth Thomas aka Blake of Blakes 7 fame arrives with his precocious son, Matthew at the tiny village of Millbury clearly based on Avebury for a stint of research amid the strange stone circle that encompasses the entire village Strange Ah, nostalgia Having watched this as a child and it scared the bejahsus out of me it was a pleasant surprise to discover a recent reprint of this was available cue purchase of the DVD and sequel which is yet to arrive Astrophysicist Adam Brake on tv, Gareth Thomas aka Blake of Blakes 7 fame arrives with his precocious son, Matthew at the tiny village of Millbury clearly based on Avebury for a stint of research amid the strange stone circle that encompasses the entire village Stranger still, however, are the weirdly happy villagers with their fixed smiles and almost robotic greeting of Happy Day Shades of the Wicker Man abound, as well as mythic elements found in the works of other authors such as Alan Garner, Penelope Lively and latterly, Neil Gaiman.Well written, if a tad dated in that Brake has a housekeeper, Mrs Crabtree, and a relatively quick read I have to say it took me longer than it should as I read The Ambridge Archive in between Talk about parallels of weird villagers I won t think of Donna Pegiosa Wooley and St Jill of the AGA in the same light again The book did not take anytime at all to finish Having watched the series on DVD this 70s classic is immense as so is the novel The characters are well devised and I m looking forward to reading The Return to the Stones