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A Light Rises in a Dark World

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Length: 450 pages6 hours

Summary

*This book contains Volumes 1-3 of "A Light Rises in a Dark World", plus a map.*

Here's what readers had to say!

"This is a very entertaining book. It is exciting, has great characters and great descriptions of the spiritual battles. This book is of the same caliber as Peretti's books, "Piercing the Darkness" and "This Present Darkness.""

"...drags you in, like a smooth suspenseful movie."

"The world is complex and dynamic"

"Great book! Can't wait for more!"

"An excellent story by an author just coming onto the scene."

"If you enjoy fantasy literature with some novel elements and a flavor that you won't find anywhere else I can surely recommend picking up this book. Personally, I can't wait until the next book in the series is finished!"

"The Light DID Rise for this author! ...it says things today's world needs to hear"

"The book actually made me feel, in a empathetic way that only a truly well crafted story can."

Akiniwazi, is the untamed Land of the Seven Freshwater Seas, where the veil between Heaven and Hell is thin. A place where the Gifts of the Spirit and angels struggle against sorcery and demons and the fate every soul hangs in the balance. Where Viking Forsamling and aboriginal Skaerslinger are trapped by ice and stone in a war they cannot flee in a land of steam and the undead.

Reimar, and six other children are sold to the Kyrkja, to save their village from starvation. They are to be escorted to Saint Martin's School by Brother Finn, a disgraced monk, and his dog, Bergamot, who's enemies desire their death. Can Brother Finn protect this precious group of children as they take their perilous journey through the fearsome pinery and across deadly waters where nature itself desires their destruction. Will they be able to run the gauntlet of storms, demons and assassins to arrive safely or will they be victims to the celestial war that rages around them?

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