Sunday, December 29, 2013

One Realm Beyond


The first book in the Realm Walkers series, One Realm Beyond is an adventures tale of Cantor D'Ahma's life as a realm walker, a gift to go into different worlds. When issued by his mentors, Cantor goes into a portal and enters into a world were injustice is in control. After meeting a mor dragon, Bridger, who is convinced that they are meant to be together, along with Bixby, another realm walker, they make their way to the council, where they train and try to uncover the mystery of the injustice throughout the realms.

 I really enjoyed One Realm Beyond. It has a few twists and turns, and I can't wait to read the next book in this series! My favorite character is Bridger. Cantor regards him as a nuisance, but Bridger's friendship and personality make me smile.
 With shape-shifting dragons, good vs. evil, and new friendships, I imagine that this is only the beginning of a great series.

This book goes on sale January 28th, 2014.  (I received this book free from Zondervan as an Advanced Reading Copy.)

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas!!!

Merry Christmas!!! To read the story of Christ's birth click here.
May you have a wonderful day remembering that Christ has been born!


                              The Prophet, the Shepherd, and the Star, First Edition (Book Three) Non-Personalized

looking for a book to read about Christ's birth? The Prophet, the Shepherd, and the Star is a perfect book, going from ancient prophecies to Christ's birth. You should check it out! (a review will soon be coming out for The Prophet, the Shepherd, and the Star.)

Friday, December 20, 2013

The Dreamer, the Schemer, and the Robe

                                            The Dreamer, the Schemer, and the Robe (Book Two) Non-Personalized
The Dreamer, the Schemer, and the Robe is an adventures story during the time of Joseph. Four animals, Max, Kate (dogs), Al, and Liz (cats), are working for God, helping mankind throughout biblical times. They encounter friends from different countries like: Osahar, a loud bactrian camel, and Nigel, a British mouse. These four animals travel with Joseph in his time in Egypt. His brothers, as they live with the guilt of selling him as a slave.
They live from anywhere from the jail house all the way to the house of Pharaoh. But, there are forces of evil working against them. Can these for animals stop this evil before time runs out?

...Jenny Cote has written yet another magnificent piece! She brings her characters to life, adding personalities to people we may only know a name for, and many historical facts in The Dreamer, the Schemer, and the Robe... 

I have read all of her published books so far (her next book is coming out in late February!) and I am amazed at all she has been able to do through this series. The main characters are animals, which some might consider childish, but the stories are not written for little three year old's. (but the stories could be read to them!) Anyone from young ages on up can read this series, for it has much to teach us all!
The story engages it's reader to use their imagination, visiting many countries in her first book in this series, The Ark, the Reed, and the Fire Cloud. In the second book, we visit Egypt, as well as Joseph's family back home in Canaan. Even though her books may seem daunting to read because of their size, you will not want to put them down!

I encourage you to read this book, and the others in her series. If you like historical fiction, biblical stories (with some imagination mixed in), as well as the love to read, then this book is probably for you!
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10 out of 10 stars