The Stone and The Flute - Hans Bemmann Reviews
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by - written on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
The Stone And The Flute is an epic fantasy tale that I first read many years ago when I was just a child but still holds a magical influence over me now many, many years later. Translated from its original German, it is a classic modern fairy tale that has much in common with the likes of Aeosop's fables and the stories of The Brothers Grim. Listener is born the son of The Great Roarer but is not a fighter like his father. So when the Raiding Riders attack his village and lands, he attends the battlefield not as a soldier but as a medic; helping those who have been injured and lie on the fringes of death. It is whilst doing this that he mets Arni, ... Read the complete review
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