The Lion Vrie: Second in the White Lion Chronicles

The Lion Vrie: Second in the White Lion Chronicles

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by Christopher Hopper
     
 

What if all you knew was lost? What if destruction surrounded you? How would you rebuild? And where would you turn for help?

Luik, now son to a dead King, finds himself injured and headed for Tontha in the north of a besieged Dionia. Here he sorts through the trauma of the recent past and attempts to piece together the whereabouts of his fallen Dibor and his

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What if all you knew was lost? What if destruction surrounded you? How would you rebuild? And where would you turn for help?

Luik, now son to a dead King, finds himself injured and headed for Tontha in the north of a besieged Dionia. Here he sorts through the trauma of the recent past and attempts to piece together the whereabouts of his fallen Dibor and his friends Fane, Hadrian, and Princess Anorra.

As work begins on fortifying Mt. Dakka, now under his command, Luik journeys south to the wreckage of Adriel in the hopes of discovering anything that might help him find his missing friends. But he uncovers far more than he had ever anticipated, and upon returning north he uncovers more shocking clues about the secret order—the Knights of The Lion.

While hope is kindled with the discovery of many of his surviving countrymen, a deep foreboding takes root as Morgui’s grip on Dionia tightens. Luik’s path is plagued by mysterious encounters with the taken and haunted by the effects of evil upon Creation. But even more is the sudden reappearance of many rumored to be dead including the missing Hadrian.

When strange summonses begin to call for his aid, Luik embarks on perilous missions to the far corners of his country, even risking everything in search of the fabled City of Ot.

Will Luik reunite with his Dibor? Or will he find them having met the similar fate of Dionia’s Kings?

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“[This is] for fantasy fans who enjoy “Narnia-style” adventures filled with new worlds, a host of unusual characters, invented dialects, and epic battles.”
•Aspiring Retail

“…a new and different realm, taking readers into places most imaginations have never even thought to enter.”
•Fort Drum Blizzard, New York

"...With this second book in "The White Lion Chronicles," Christopher Hopper should be considered a major contender when it comes to Christian fantasy. He has built a believable world that will hold it's own against Narnia and Middle Earth.

Hopper's rich blend of intrigue and subtle nuances will bring the reader into a lavish world filled with vivid images. Christopher Hopper is a good storyteller. A good image maker and a writer who strongly believes in what he writes. All good qualities one would expect. This is a grand tale, a spectacular saga that will capture the hearts of readers for years to come. Expect more great things out of Christopher Hopper, I am."
•Yellow30scifi.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933853499
Publisher:
Tsaba House
Publication date:
06/15/2007
Series:
White Lion Chronicles Series
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)

What People are saying about this

From the Publisher
"If the legend of King Arthur were ever to meet with Lord of the Rings then the title would be Rise of The Dibor. This is a cataclysmic page turner of eternal proportions; an ancient tale of good versus evil that becomes a story for our present age. If you like your villains really wicked and your heroes truly valiant then this is the book for you—a gripping allegory for all ages."
•Graham P. Taylor; New York Times best selling author of Shadowmancer, Wormwood, and Tersias

“Christopher Hopper has tapped into the spirit of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis to bring a parable of life vs. death. How insidious the deception! Rise of The Dibor reveals that the enemy is “like” a lion but ultimately toothless when faced by the White Lion of Truth.”
•Scott Ross; Host/Producer of CBN’s “700 Club”

Meet the Author

Christopher Hopper is a well known recording artist, as well as an international conference speaker and a Youth Pastor. Christopher and his wife Jennifer, and their two children, reside in the 1,000 Islands Region of northern New York. This is his second novel.

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