Item description for The Iron Sceptre (Archives of Anthropos) by John White...
Overview Anthropos is in danger. So Wesley, Kurt and Lisa are once again magically transported from their home in Winnipeg to help save this treatened country. The Iron Sceptre, the source of King Kardia's power to rule, is in danger. Mirmah, the Lady of the Night, will stop at nothing to possess it and so plunge the kingdom into darkness and despair. Recommended for ages 10 and up.
Publishers Description Anthropos is in danger. So Wesley, Kurt and Lisa are once again magically transported from their home in Winnipeg to help save this threatened land. The Iron Sceptre, the source of King Kardia's power to rule, is in peril. The children, joined by their cousin Mary, are called on to stop Mirmah and her chief sorcerer, Archimago. But to do so, they must travel beneath the Northern Mountains, around Goldcoffin's Palace and into the very heart of Mirmah's kingdom. What awaits is much more than a mere adventure.
Awards and Recognitions The Iron Sceptre (Archives of Anthropos) by John White has received the following awards and recognitions -
Gold Medallion Book Awards - 1982 Winner - Fiction category
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Studio: IVP Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.29" Width: 5.57" Height: 1.19" Weight: 1.13 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher IVP-InterVarsity Press
Series Archives of Anthropos
Series Number 4
ISBN 0877845891 ISBN13 9780877845898
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More About John White
John White was born in Liverpool, England, and grew up in Manchester. After serving as a reconnaissance photographer in the Fleet Air Arms during World War II, he completed medical training at Manchester University. He later participated in a variety of short-term missions efforts (including Bible smuggling!) and capitalized on many opportunities to encourage Christians behind the Iron Curtain during the beginning of the Cold War. He wrote 25 books as well as numerous articles and study guides. A much sought-after speaker, he lectured around the world at churches, conferences and leadership events. Show More Show Less
John White was born in 1924.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Iron Sceptre (Archives of Anthropos)?
A lovely and imaginative work Apr 16, 2006
Well, what can I say? I'm seventeen and I still enjoy reading my copy of this book from time to time. The story is creative, exciting, and fast-moving, and the world White describes is so rich and lovely. The scope of this story and the lessons skillfully woven into it make this a wonderful choice for older children, but again, as I said, I don't think I will ever tire of this series. This is truly enjoyable fantasy writing; one of those books you can lose yourself in on a rainy day.
Persevere and be rewarded Jun 6, 2000
At first, I was turned off by how much of a rip-off of Narnia this was. But get into it, and you realize it has a style all its own. Gaal, the semi-mortal Christ-figure, is a majestic, personal character, sometimes cryptic and sometimes playful. Murmia, the evil-personified figure, is no crystalline icecube like the White Witch, but is a seductive, appealing magician; and beneath her beautiful exterior is a rotting,decrepit hag. Pervading this whole book is the new character Mary's search for beauty and acceptance, and Murmia plays upon this and recruits Mary to her side. Only Gaal can take the girl back for himself. Also appealing, though certainly nothing new in fiction-writing, is the thoughtful intertwining of several plotlines at once, which atone for White's clever yet mediocre style of writing. Characterization is one of the strenghts of "The Iron Sceptre."
Pretty good. Dec 16, 1998
It's not as good as the first of the sequel, but it's okay. It's too much like THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE, however. Four stars is pretty good for it.