Of Nature and Kings Rivers Houseal

Of Nature and Kings

Author: Rivers Houseal
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Book Title
Of Nature and Kings
Author
Rivers Houseal
ISBN
9781087887517
Of Nature and Kings is a fantastical tale aimed primarily at readers ages 8-12, but meant to be equally as well enjoyed by gray-bearded men in porch rockers.It is a tale of boring towns, snow that comes on schedule every year, and old leather books that may not be as fictional as some people assume. There is a story concerning the world of Londane that never should have been told, but it was--and Lacter Tibbak heard it. And it's a good thing he did.Lacter Tibbak is twelve and bored to death with his life. But upon an afternoon, his father's friend entertains him with a story, and that story turns out to be a briefing for the quandary that Lacter's family will shortly be swept into. The Tibbak bloodline calls from an unexpected place--indeed, a place no one knows about at all......Except the people whom Lacter has always trusted the most. Lacter's journey to learn who he really is takes him and his family across the Noctial Sea, to a place known only to his father and their closest friends. But even Lacter's father doesn't know what they're going to face when they get there.Of Nature and Kings deals with Christian family values, and a strong anti-sorcery theme runs throughout the tale--not painting sorcery and magic as myths from which we have nothing to fear, but rather as real evil with destructive consequences. There is also an undercurrent of providence, described by one character as being "Father Above's destiny for me." This timeless story of purpose, calling, and reconciliation makes a great family read-aloud Critical Praise for the Author"I truly believe she will be recognized by the writing and publishing world as a bright new talent." - Dr. Bart Dahmer (Founder, Innovo Publishing)"I am in love with her work. She is a natural-born storyteller." - Deborah Wade (Director of Advancement, First Assembly Christian School)Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Rivers HousealPublisher: Indy PubPublished: 06/15/2020ISBN: 9781087887517Pages: 252Weight: 0.71lbsSize: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.57d

Of Nature and Kings is a fantastical tale aimed primarily at readers ages 8-12, but meant to be equally as well enjoyed by gray-bearded men in porch rockers.

It is a tale of boring towns, snow that comes on schedule every year, and old leather books that may not be as fictional as some people assume. There is a story concerning the world of Londane that never should have been told, but it was--and Lacter Tibbak heard it. And it's a good thing he did.

Lacter Tibbak is twelve and bored to death with his life. But upon an afternoon, his father's friend entertains him with a story, and that story turns out to be a briefing for the quandary that Lacter's family will shortly be swept into. The Tibbak bloodline calls from an unexpected place--indeed, a place no one knows about at all...

...Except the people whom Lacter has always trusted the most. Lacter's journey to learn who he really is takes him and his family across the Noctial Sea, to a place known only to his father and their closest friends. But even Lacter's father doesn't know what they're going to face when they get there.

Of Nature and Kings deals with Christian family values, and a strong anti-sorcery theme runs throughout the tale--not painting sorcery and magic as myths from which we have nothing to fear, but rather as real evil with destructive consequences. There is also an undercurrent of providence, described by one character as being "Father Above's destiny for me." This timeless story of purpose, calling, and reconciliation makes a great family read-aloud

Critical Praise for the Author

"I truly believe she will be recognized by the writing and publishing world as a bright new talent." - Dr. Bart Dahmer (Founder, Innovo Publishing)

"I am in love with her work. She is a natural-born storyteller." - Deborah Wade (Director of Advancement, First Assembly Christian School)



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Rivers Houseal
Publisher: Indy Pub
Published: 06/15/2020
ISBN: 9781087887517
Pages: 252
Weight: 0.71lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.57d

Of Nature and Kings is a fantastical tale aimed primarily at readers ages 8-12, but meant to be equally as well enjoyed by gray-bearded men in porch rockers.

It is a tale of boring towns, snow that comes on schedule every year, and old leather books that may not be as fictional as some people assume. There is a story concerning the world of Londane that never should have been told, but it was--and Lacter Tibbak heard it. And it's a good thing he did.

Lacter Tibbak is twelve and bored to death with his life. But upon an afternoon, his father's friend entertains him with a story, and that story turns out to be a briefing for the quandary that Lacter's family will shortly be swept into. The Tibbak bloodline calls from an unexpected place--indeed, a place no one knows about at all...

...Except the people whom Lacter has always trusted the most. Lacter's journey to learn who he really is takes him and his family across the Noctial Sea, to a place known only to his father and their closest friends. But even Lacter's father doesn't know what they're going to face when they get there.

Of Nature and Kings deals with Christian family values, and a strong anti-sorcery theme runs throughout the tale--not painting sorcery and magic as myths from which we have nothing to fear, but rather as real evil with destructive consequences. There is also an undercurrent of providence, described by one character as being "Father Above's destiny for me." This timeless story of purpose, calling, and reconciliation makes a great family read-aloud

Critical Praise for the Author

"I truly believe she will be recognized by the writing and publishing world as a bright new talent." - Dr. Bart Dahmer (Founder, Innovo Publishing)

"I am in love with her work. She is a natural-born storyteller." - Deborah Wade (Director of Advancement, First Assembly Christian School)



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Rivers Houseal
Publisher: Indy Pub
Published: 06/15/2020
ISBN: 9781087887517
Pages: 252
Weight: 0.71lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.57d