One Hero,A Savior [NOOK Book]

Overview

Preston Davis is an all-around Boston guy. He loves his Red Sox, and he also loves his fantasy stories. He is also a recently-converted Christian whose newest fantasy land -- Arida -- is based upon his love of fantasy and Christian teachings, with himself as Arden, the land's God. However, Urcin -- the evil one -- is drawing many of Arden's followers away from the light. Yet Preston knows nothing of this -- until he is transported to his land following a car crash, and it is up to him to save the land. With the ...
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One Hero,A Savior

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Overview

Preston Davis is an all-around Boston guy. He loves his Red Sox, and he also loves his fantasy stories. He is also a recently-converted Christian whose newest fantasy land -- Arida -- is based upon his love of fantasy and Christian teachings, with himself as Arden, the land's God. However, Urcin -- the evil one -- is drawing many of Arden's followers away from the light. Yet Preston knows nothing of this -- until he is transported to his land following a car crash, and it is up to him to save the land. With the help of his halfling followers and a cast of others, Preston journeys to The Dragon's Teeth to face off with Urcin in a battle of Good vs. Evil, with Arida the prize to the victor.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012004840
  • Publisher: Sean Sweeney
  • Publication date: 12/3/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 434 KB

Meet the Author

Born in the city of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, in 1977, Fitch's love of fantasy began 11 years later when he was handed J.R.R. Tolkien's classic The Hobbit. His passion for writing began in 1993, as a sophomore in high school, when he began to write sports for his local newspaper, the Sentinel & Enterprise. Since then, he has written for several Massachusetts newspapers, including the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester and the Southbridge Evening News in Southbridge. He has since returned to where it all started, as he came back to the Sentinel in April 2008.
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  • Posted December 24, 2011

    Draws you in and doesn't let go

    In a land of orcs, elves, dwarves, halflings and humans, an evil force has taken hold. As the evil Urcin gains power through out Arida, he begins drawing the followers of Arden to him and away from the goodness of Arden, the creator.

    Preston Davis finds himself in the land of his creation after being hit by a speeding car in the streets of Boston. It is then, that he finds that all is not as it should be in the land of Arida, a place that was meant for the inhabitants to live in peace. Yet peace was not to be found in a place that was on the brink of war. It¿s up to Preston, aka Arden, the land¿s creator, to set things right. The question is, can he do it in time?

    ¿One Hero, A Savior¿ is a well-written, fast-paced story where the author takes our imagination into a colorful fantasy realm, in the style of Tolkien. Fitch artfully builds the hero¿s relationships with the characters, interweaving Davis¿s motivation to save his beloved halflings with a strength rooted in the characters faith ¿ Davis¿s in God and the halflings faith in their Arden.

    I found ¿One Hero, A Savior¿ an excellent fantasy read and recommend it, especially for those looking for a Christian-based fantasy genre story.

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