The Church of the Wood [NOOK Book]

Overview

Old Father Brion has been a priest at the Church of the Wood for what feels like forever when he comes across the faerie child and is suddenly faced with a choice, a choice that will have consequences for an entire land of people, reaching even to the king himself, and setting in motion a series of events that will either redeem the aged priest?s checkered past or make it live in infamy.

The faerie is the kind of creature that people make tales about; one of the mysterious race ...

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The Church of the Wood

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Overview

Old Father Brion has been a priest at the Church of the Wood for what feels like forever when he comes across the faerie child and is suddenly faced with a choice, a choice that will have consequences for an entire land of people, reaching even to the king himself, and setting in motion a series of events that will either redeem the aged priest’s checkered past or make it live in infamy.

The faerie is the kind of creature that people make tales about; one of the mysterious race of beings that used to live in Calundra’s many woods. People say that the faeries were evil and that they hated humankind. Because of this, the once endless woods of Calundra are all gone now. The kings of the land have cut them down, one by one. Still, there is a tale about one that was left behind: a deep dark Wood with a Church in it, and a Village just outside.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045778954
  • Publisher: E.J. Weber
  • Publication date: 3/16/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 121,348
  • File size: 331 KB

Meet the Author

E.J. Weber used to read books at recess instead of jumping rope. The first thing she does when she moves to a new town is get a library card. She has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and currently lives in Connecticut. Growing up, her heroes were Victorian writers and old movie stars. She has fond memories of reading science fiction and fantasy novels with her brothers, and they're still among her favorite genres. Some books she loves are: Catch-22, The Shipping News, Bleak House, Crime and Punishment, The History of Love, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, and The Hobbit... but the list is endless.
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