Shadowmancer

Paperback | May 28, 2005

byG.p. Taylor

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G.P. Taylor's first novel in his trilogy takes readers on a breathtaking voyage, full of suspense and intrigue, where fallen angels and demonic forces come in the night and where the ultimate sacrifice might even be life itself. Vicar Obadiah Demurral isn't satisfied running the affairs of his village--"foolishly he wants to control the world. And if his plan works, he will obtain a weapon so powerful that all of creation will fall down at his feet. Demurral will stop at nothing--"even commanding restless souls to do his bidding. Who will stand against him? Raphah, a young man on a godly mission, has come a long distance to reclaim the ancient relic Demurral has stolen--"dangerously volatile in the wrong hands--"but he can't do it alone. Even younger are Thomas and Kate, accidentally drawn into this ongoing war between good and evil. Their struggle against Demurral brings them face-to-face with the powers of darkness in this unforgettable epic battle. Readers of all ages will find the good that lies deep inside.

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G.P. Taylor's first novel in his trilogy takes readers on a breathtaking voyage, full of suspense and intrigue, where fallen angels and demonic forces come in the night and where the ultimate sacrifice might even be life itself. Vicar Obadiah Demurral isn't satisfied running the affairs of his village--"foolishly he wants to control th...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:May 28, 2005Publisher:Strang Communications CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1591856655

ISBN - 13:9781591856658

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Strength Behind the Hype A good solid book in its own right, and well worth the read for anyone who enjoys fantasy with a dark edge. The comparison to Tolkein – I think – does an injustice to both this author and to Tolkein. They are not in the same league and a reader who goes to this book expecting Tolkein’s writing style cannot help but be disappointed. Yet I recommend it without hesitation on its own merits. A basic Bible knowledge will be of help to the reader in following some of the symbolism, although word-plays and coined words often disguise the symbolism that is there. Many – perhaps most – Christian readers will struggle with some of the occult references. It is not a “feel-good” book for Christian readers. It grapples with key issues and exposes corruption in high places within the church, although the time period allows some distancing and cushions the impact. Very much a genre book, this story is somehow breaking across typical genre boundaries and drawing a wide and diverse readership. It is worth checking out and forming your own opinion.
Date published: 2005-11-05