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Emily & David’s Quest: A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy (Paperback and Kindle) Coming Out May 15th, 2016
Reading Time: 1 hour

The story, written for readers of all ages, from 12 to 100, crosses genre borders: Trilogy, Historical Fiction, Mythology (Greek and Roman), Christian, Biblical, Christian Fiction, Legends & Folktales, TimeTravel, Paranormal, Dragons & Demons, Sorcery, Fairy Tale, LoveStory, Romance, Quest, Family Saga, Scifi, Shape Shifters

Blurb: Emily and David (A Saga of the Ancient Family Trilogy) is a page turner. It is the exciting finish to this ancient 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 are the only thing they have in their quest to save the world from Alicia, the Sorceress.

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, dragon and demon, Angel and prophecy. 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.

Three Quotes from Book 2: Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness
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…”

Paperback - Emily and Davids Quest


About profesorbaker

Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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