Item description for The True Princess by Angela Hunt & Diana Magnuson...
Overview Vicar Obadiah Demurral no longer wants to worship God-he wants to be God! Obadiah Demurral may be a vicar, but knowing what master he truly serves would come as a shock to the villagers of Thorpe. Craving power and filled with insatiable greed, he has welcomed a darkness into his life that enables him to do terrible things, in the hope of harnessing control over the universe. He will stop at nothing, and as a shadowmancer-a sorcerer who speaks to the dead-he even commands restless souls to do his bidding.
Who will stand against him? Young Raphah has come from another continent to reclaim the precious artifact-danger-ously volatile in the wrong hands-that Demurral has stolen. Even younger and less experienced in the ways of battle are Thomas and Kate, accidentally drawn into this war between good and evil, this struggle against Demurral that brings them face-to-face with the powers of darkness in an epic battle.
G. P. Taylor takes readers on a breathtaking voyage, full of suspense and danger, where fallen angels and demonic forces come in the night and where the ultimate sacrifice might even be life itself
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2005
Publisher CHARISMA HOUSE #135
ISBN 1591856337 ISBN13 9781591856337
Availability 0 units.
More About Angela Hunt & Diana Magnuson
Christy-Award winner Angela Hunt is the best-selling author of The Tale of Three Trees, The Note, and The Nativity Story. She has written over one hundred books in fiction and nonfiction, for children and adults. She and her husband make their home in Florida.
Angela Elwell Hunt currently resides in Tampa, in the state of Florida. Angela Elwell Hunt was born in 1957.
Angela Elwell Hunt has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The True Princess?
Good Christian Girls Dec 18, 2007
I like this book because it is a book with good morals put into a fun book that young girls like. I would recommend it.
Adorable book!! May 18, 2007
This book is a jewel and I almost missed out on it! I saw it at a book sale and wasn't going to buy it because I was already buying many other books. However, I did open up the cover and discover it was dedicated to the author's daughter who shares my name, so then of course I had to get it! I am very glad I did. Girls of ALL AGES love it (I'm 17) and even some boys. Don't miss out on this treasure!!!
Fantastic, and beautiful artwork Feb 16, 2007
I bought this book sight-unseen and am thrilled! The artwork is so- princess-like! The story is well written and the message to our daughters (and sons) is lovely. It is good for Protestant and Catholic Christians. It doesn't talk about Jesus specifically, but His message is clearly there. Indeed, it may be fine for non-Christians also, who seek to instill in their children a heart of love and service.
I had this book sent to a friend with 2 daughters because I liked it so much.
I'd recommend it for, oh, probably young boys and girls aged 2-9 or so, although the older ones will enjoy reading through it at least once.
The True Princess Jan 11, 2007
I thought it was a good book. It teaches little girls to do for themselves and not expect someone else to do everything for them. It also teaches values. It was a more realistic book than the majority of the princess books out there.
true beauty Jan 9, 2007
This is a full color story book that conveys what true love and beauty really are. It is not superficial, as many of these types of books tend to be. I recommend it for any girl ages 4-8. My husband loves to read it to our daughter who is 6. Very appropriate.