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by Anne Elisabeth Stengl

Genre: Inspirational, Fantasy

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This complicated fantasy world might be difficult to understand without reading the preceding books, but those who have will fall quite happily headfirst into the captivating Christian parallel the author spins. Older teens looking for romance without sexuality and readers of the Goldstone Wood series will enjoy this exploration of characters struggling with the emotional limitations that interfere with their faith and hope for the future.

Prince Foxbrush, more comfortable with books than people, is thrown into royal responsibility upon the deposition of his much more capable cousin Lionheart. As he journeys through time within a faery realm to save Daylily, his reluctant bride, friends and foes alike urge him toward the maturity and strength of faith he needs to become the leader his kingdom desperately needs. (Bethany House, Mar., 416 pp., $14.99)

Reviewed By: Kerry Sutherland


Published: March 2014

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