Tarnished Crown – e-book only
Tarnished Crown is Christian fantasy fiction at its best. In this enchanting story, death stalks Pip’pt as he attempts to restore the King’s crown. In the tradition of CS Lewis, Tarnished Crown is a stirring allegory about Pip’pt’s struggle to press on toward an impossible goal in the face of extreme peril, his own confusion, and growing despair. The finale is fascinating, as are the characters you will meet throughout the story.
Journey to the Tower of Death – e-book only
This too is a story in the tradition of CS Lewis. Leander, Davina, and Fentoin’s pursuit of the forbidden is accompanied by the threat of peril. Journey to the Tower of Death is a powerful allegorical novella that explores the meaning of life.
In this story, Leander has to decide what he will do with his life. He has tried numerous trades, but nothing satisfied. Something is missing. There is a void in his life that those trades do not fill. Davina and Fenton have the same feeling of emptiness. Why is it there? What causes the emptiness within? That question plagues Leander and his friends. Then a strange old man offers answers. However, the place where those answers are to be found is forbidden. But they must have answers, and so begins their terrifying journey to the Tower of Death.
Wanzalara’s Cottage – paperback and e-book
I think CS Lewis would enjoy Wanzalara’s Cottage—his type of story. In it, evil reaches forth a merciless hand, violates Wendie and causes Wenrak to doubt God’s goodness. The book is made up of three interconnected tales: Wendie’s Tears; The Witch of Darkwood Forrest; and Trouble in the Forest. They flow together into a heart-wrenching story of misery that is crowned with heartwarming joy. Wanzalara’s Cottage illustrates God’s goodness in the face of human cruelty, and the reality that wicked people can be redeemed.
Wanzalara’s Cottage is an engaging read that gives pause to think about significant real-life issues.
The Helot – paperback and e-book
I know, I’m the author, but in my opinion, The Helot is indeed Christian fantasy fiction at its best—captivating fantasy with a meaningful takeaway. CS Lewis would nod his head in approval, although The Helot leans more toward JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
The Helot is the first book in the Accidental Hero series in which Tor, a gentle, kindhearted miffit, finds himself shipwrecked on the shores of an unknown realm inhabited by dwarves, elves, bakru, and a sage or two. Although he has been christened a helot (servant) by Baruch, Lord of Realms, he wonders why he was sent to this strange realm. Meanwhile, desiring to rule the realm and make Baruch suffer, the Tarnished Seraph determines to destroy the helot. As a result, Tor is drawn into unsought adventures fraught with danger. Struggling with fear, weakness and inadequacy, he becomes an accidental hero.
These are but a few of my twenty plus books. The e-books are available at Amazon, and the paperbacks are available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. I encourage you to go to their websites and explore all of my books. If you have questions, always feel free to e-mail me at jaedgell.author.com.
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