Item description for Nova Fannum by D. Brian Shafer...
Overview When it comes to trouble, at the Trout & Truffles there's nary a ruffle---until innkeeper Jeffords diasappears and his young son must set out to find him. But who is this mysterious priest Jefferey meets, who calls himself Thaniel and speaks of holy armor, gathering evil, and a returning king? Softcover, from Destiny Image.
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Studio: Destiny Image
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.52 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2007
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 0768424291 ISBN13 9780768424294
Availability 0 units.
More About D. Brian Shafer
D. Brian Shafer is Associate Pastor at Valley Christian Center, in Dublin, California. He has an earned doctorate in ministry and is passionate about seeing others develop in their personal ministry gifts and knowledge of God's transforming word. He is blessed with a wonderful family comprised of wife Lori, daughters Kiersten and Breelin, and hamsters Anna and Toffee.
D. Brian Shafer currently resides in Pleasanton, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Nova Fannum?
Good Teen Fantasy Dec 16, 2007
For lovers of fantasy with a good versus evil theme, this is a "good" book but is mostly for teens. The story line is well done but simple and is an enjoyable read but not much depth.
mystery Dec 10, 2007
Great novel, full of adventures and mystery. A father goes on a hidden treasure hunt and gets kidnapped. The son goes on his own adventure to find his father.
Recommend for those that like adventures and mystery.
Great book--killer movie! Nov 20, 2007
I loved this book. It has all the elements that make a quest book great: an unsuspecting hero who has a coming-of-age awakening; a wise mentor who guides him through the adventure; a villain's villain with a dark plan; and a hopeful prophecy of a returning king. ALso--lots and lots of colorful characters and creatures who populate the land of Humus where Jeffrey's family runs an inn. The plot itself twists and turns and keeps you reading. And while there are Christian undertones--they are not preachy, but powerful. I hope someone in Hollywood picks up on this book because it would make a great movie!