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The Lake of Living Water: The Firstborn's Legacy, #0

Length:
25 pages
17 minutes
Publisher:
Released:
Jun 10, 2018
ISBN:
9781386778196
Format:
Book

Description

Set in the world of "The Firstborn's Legacy" series, this Christian fantasy short story mixes the Biblical story of the fall with dragons and talking animals. It is a story of discovery, loss, and hope.

Life is perfect.

Life is good.

At least, that's all Nhardah has ever known. He and his siblings embark on their greatest adventure yet: They plan to climb the tallest mountain into the heavens, where they can sing with the stars.

On the way, Nhardah discovers marvels he never dreamed of. Then he encounters something better--and worse--than his wildest dreams.

Publisher:
Released:
Jun 10, 2018
ISBN:
9781386778196
Format:
Book

About the author

Beth Wangler has loved stories since before she could read. Growing up, she had a voracious appetite for books and loved nothing better than losing herself in a story. On one particular day around third grade, Beth paused in reading to realize that she could add books to the world, too.  She’s been writing ever since. Beth predominantly writes speculative fiction, though she occasionally branches out into poetry or historical fiction. She writes to entertain, to share hope, and to explore truth.  When not writing, she teaches History and English, reads, and crochets. Beth has written two more fairy tales, The Kagraffs' Curse and Noemi's Dragon, both available for free at https://bethwangler.wordpress.com/. Her fantasy novel, Child of the Kaites, will be published in 2018.

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