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5
Mar

Athera’s Dawn

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Athera’s Dawn by Christopher Hopper

Back Cover: Those in deepest darkness fight most valiantly for the light.

Hard pressed on every side, the Dibor struggle to overcome insurmountable odds in an effort not just to regain territory, but to survive.

In addition to the growing ranks of the taken, Morgui has summoned the powers of nature to search out and destroy the saviors of Dionia. Tempests hunt those forced to flee by sea, while an otherworldly fire storm chews up the ancient forest of Grandath, destroying anything – or anyone – in its path.

While most of the Dibor manage to survive, the whereabouts of the ill-fated Princess Anorra continues to be unknown. Her faithful friends are unaware of her suffering behind the gates of Haides.

The remaining Dibor soon discover that there is more to Morgui’s madness than simple mayhem, as the dwarves reveal startling knowledge about the Two Trees, and worse still, about Morgui’s attempt to forever thwart the Most High’s plan for victory.

As Creation itself endures death throes caused by mounting evil, one thing is clear: Dionia and her champions will never be as they once were. Nor will those in worlds beyond.

16
Jun

The Lion Vrie

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The Lion Vrie by Christopher Hopper

Back Cover: What if all you knew was lost? What if destruction surrounded you? How would you Rebuild?  And Where would you turn for help?

Luik finds himself injured and headed for Tontha in the north of a besieged Dionia. As work begins on fortifying Mr. Dakka, now under his command, he journeys south to the wreckage of Adriel in hopes of discovering anything that might help him find his friends. When his aid is required by strange summonses, Luik embarks on perilous missions to the far corners of his country-risking everything in search of the fabled city of Ot.

Will Luik be reunited with the Dibor, or will he find they have met a similar fate as Dionia’s kings? Is there any hope for the land of Dionia? Is the army of Morgui too vast and overpowering for the remnant of battered Dionians?

16
Jun

Rise of the Dibor

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Rise of the Dibor by Christopher Hopper

Back Cover: A world untouched by evil and ignorant of temptation is quietly awakened to a wicked influence in its kingdom–one that threatens to destroy all life. At first, any signs of change are subtle, but slowly even creation itself heralds the impending doom that awaits.

Luik, son of Lair, embarks on an epic saga to protect his people and to attempt to keep his world from following the fate of one that has gone before it–earth. What some thought was merely a means to an end, others will believe will be a birth of a legend.

Luik and a brilliant cast of characters join together in this perfect world gone wrong as it becomes the epicenter for a war of historic proportions.

Rise of the Dibor spans issues of friendship, love, and loyalty, and delves into some of the most essential questions of the Christian faith, including humanity’s ability, or complete failure, to resist temptation, and our inevitable need for a Savior.

The story that turned children into warriors, and warriors into heroes.