Author: Tony Wild and Diane de Gunzburg
In a sacred caved high in the mountains of northern India, a white-haired hermit sits cross-legeed, and signs his final testament: “George Abercrombie, 1874…”. In present-day England, fourteen years old Lizzy Abercrombie’s mother dies in a tragic accident on the full moon. But was it really an accident? LIzzy discovers that her death may be linked to a mysterious family curse. Determined to solve the mystery, her quest takes her from the doomed Anglo-Indian mansion on the Yorkshire moors to India where she uncovers the terrible truth about her ancestor and a stole inheritance. But her discoveis put her in mortal danger from a ruthless enemy.
Opinion: This was the last book of the trilogy. This part of the book details the actions Lizzie takes to deal with the Moonstone once and for all. She seems to succeed, but with the Moonstone, you never know what the next adventure will be.
The second and third books seemed like they belonged together. The first one, I dunno, seemed more like a set up for the other books. Although this book was a decent read, it was my least favorite of the three books. I really liked the first one the best.