Keller's Den

Keller's Den

by Rod Marquardt

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Overview

Keller's Den by Rod Marquardt

Ages ago, in June of 1690, a peaceful European island colony of Kaventhe thrives. The small island village in the Atlantic has been governed by generations of autocracy. Savov Keller, a devout, respected and passionate leader operates Kaventhe with the systematic rules established by gritty forefathers who were determined to see the island function efficiently. Unbeknownst to Savov, an invasion of belligerent soldiers ruled by Thad Keller, Savov's non-conforming son who could not accept the unusual beliefs and practices indoctrinated by Kaventhe's forefathers, would viciously end the island's settlement.

(Current Day)
While Martin Keller paints in his den, his creativity flows from a cryptic source. His newly annexed talent transcends into results far beyond his own abilities. He searches his soul for a rational explanation, but rationality seems out of reach. He loses consciousness while he paints and this phenomenon only darkens the waters of logic. Soon he realizes that his paintings, thoughts, and dreams take him away from his normal world and into an altered state which if full of deception and chaos.

He must confront the forces that control his life in order to get back on track. Fortunately, all the spirits that surround him are not malicious and the battle of good versus evil ensues.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537701431
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Having spent his youth in the Midwest, Rod currently resides in South Carolina. On his journey to a business degree Rod began to take writing more seriously while attending South Dakota State University where he started writing "Keller's Den," his fist published novel. The intriguing storyline and subplots in "Keller's Den," demonstrate that he has no shortage of creativity. The same holds true for "A Passage to Home," an incredible story about tragedy, triumph and miracles.

Interesting trivia: There is a host of notable author's in Rod's ancestry which include Louisa May Alcott, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Geoffrey Chaucer, O Henry, Stephen Crane, Laura Ingalls Wilder, William Faulkner and Truman Capote.

Also, Rod's 9th Great Grandfather, John Alden, was a leader on the Mayflower along with Captain Miles Standish, 30 crew members and 102 passengers. Alden was said to have been one of the first to set foot on Plymouth Rock and was influential in the creation of Thanksgiving along with the Wampanoag Indians.

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