Silver on the Tree (The Dark Is Rising Sequence) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
- #1: Over Sea, Under Stone (The Dark Is Rising Sequence #1) (Paperback): $7.99
- #2: The Dark Is Rising (The Dark Is Rising Sequence #2) (Hardcover): $19.99
- #3: Greenwitch (The Dark Is Rising Sequence #3) (Hardcover): $19.99
- #4: The Grey King (The Dark Is Rising Sequence #4) (Paperback): Email or call for price.
- #5: Silver on the Tree (The Dark Is Rising Sequence #5) (Paperback): $7.99
"And Where the Midsummer Tree Grows Tall by Pendragon's Sword the Dark Shall Fall."
The Dark is rising in its last and greatest bid to control the world. Six individuals have come together to drive it back for good: Will, the Sign seeker; Bran, the raven boy; Jane, Simon, and Barney, the grail seekers; and Merriman, the wise mentor who unites them all. Together they stand ready to face the Rider and the full force of the Dark.
But the last object of power must first be found. A sword of legend magically forged of pure crystal remains hidden in the Welsh hills. Without it, the Light has no hope against the Dark. Will and his companions must travel through time and space in an epic clash of magical powers that will decide the fate of us all.
About the Author
Susan Cooper is one of our foremost children’s authors; her classic five-book fantasy sequence The Dark Is Rising has sold millions of copies worldwide. Her many books have won the Newbery Medal, a Newbery Honor, and the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, and been shortlisted five times for the Carnegie Medal. She combines fantasy with history in Victory (a Washington Post Top Ten for Children novel), King of Shadows and Ghost Hawk, and her magical The Boggart and the Monster, second in a trilogy, won the Scottish Arts Council’s Children’s Book Award. Susan Cooper lives on a saltmarsh island in Massachusetts, and you can visit her online at TheLostLand.com.
Psychology Today "Susan Cooper is one of the few contemporary writers who has the vivid imagination, the narrative powers, and the moral vision that permit her to create the kind of sweeping conflict between good and evil that lies at the heart of all great fantasy. Tolkien had it. So did C.S. Lewis. And Cooper writes in the same tradition."