At stake is the fate of the world. Set in a cave in Valencia, Spain, in Glastonbury, England, and the very bowels of the Underworld, it is dialogue driven, fast paced, and unpredictable.
Emily and David must race against time to find the Holy Grail before Alicia, the Sorceress, finds it. Alicia has dragons and demons from the Underworld to help her.
Both barely 18 years old, all Emily and David have on their side is David's stories and Emily's courage. This is an uneven fight if there ever was one!
David and Emily will use legends, fairy tales, history, mystery, fantasy and mythology in this epic battle of good versus evil.
A real page turner, this fast read will make you think about the power of love in all its forms long after you finish reading. It is the exciting finish to this ancient Story Teller family saga which spans the centuries of recorded time. Its twists and turns will keep readers engaged and guessing until you turn the very last page.
Emily and David must face their worst fears.
They discover the past is unwilling to let them live out their lives peacefully, happy and content as the Last Story Tellers. Their stories and their faith in things unseen are all they have in their quest to save the world from Alicia, the Sorceress, who has been waiting a thousand years for this opportunity to rule the world!
Alicia's desire for power and immortality leads to the ultimate showdown of good vs evil.
Emily and David will find themselves forced to make decisions that will affect all eternity.
On their quest to save the world, they will be met with sisters and sorcery, magic and mysticism, devils, dragons and demons. Emily and David's quest will rekindle your faith in the power of redemptive love.
"Everyone deserves a second chance" is a theme that flows throughout the book.
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Three Quotes from Book 2:
1. "There stood a man and a woman in a circle of love, squared by the son's love, each standing triangular to the other, forming a final circle to enclose the whole."2. To your quest be true...
3. "...the fate of Earth, its only hope to survive, lay in the hands of a boy, David, the Son of Solomon..."
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ANGELS ARE GENERALLY REPRESENTED AS MALES
by "MJ": Student of the Bible, Witness of Jehovah.
Angels are generally represented as males, and when materializing it was always in the male form...
Individual names imply individuality. The fact that two of their names, Michael and Gabriel, are given, establishes the point sufficiently. (Da 12:1; Lu 1:26)
The lack of more names was a safeguard against giving undue honor and worship to these creatures. Angels were dispatched by God as agents to act in his name, not in their own name.
Hence, when Jacob asked an angel for his name, he refused to give it. (Ge 32:29)
The angel that approached Joshua, when asked to identify himself, replied only that he was "prince of the army of Jehovah." (Jos 5:14)
When Samson's parents asked an angel for his name, he withheld it, saying: "Just why should you ask about my name, when it is a wonderful one?" (Jg 13:17, 18)
The apostle John attempted to worship angels and was twice rebuked: "Be careful! Do not do that! . . . Worship God." --Re 19:10; 22:8, 9.
Watchtower ONLINE LIBRARY,
May 14, 2016
From the Author
In a recent interview,
I was asked who my favorite character in Book 3 is. Emily is my favorite character, because of the complexity involved in writing her character. Barely 18 years old, she is the one who has to carry the ultimate responsibility for the fate of the world on her shoulders.
If you will allow me to speak frankly, I compare her with Jesus Christ. He was in his 30's when he went voluntarily to his crucifixion on the cross to pay for the sins of the world. Jesus was prepared for what he was doing. In contrast, Emily is only 18, and to again be frank, she's no saint. Far from it.
So, as a writer, how do I make her a credible character? What is it about her that makes you care whether or not she succeeds or fails?
And if I make her so brave, and so courageous, do I not run the risk of losing her femininity in the process?
And she has a secret, that's so secret, even she doesn't know it. It's been kept hidden from her all her life.
Because of these challenges, Emily is my favorite character in the book.
Dear reader, I hope you will enjoy the time you spend with this unique character as you read this story.
Thomas Jerome Baker,
Santiago de Chile,
May 15, 2016