Blackfire: The Girl with the Diamond Key: The Books of Bairnmoor, Volume III

Blackfire: The Girl with the Diamond Key: The Books of Bairnmoor, Volume III

by James Daniel Eckblad

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Overview

Blackfire: The Girl with the Diamond Key (Volume III of the trilogy) concludes the story of four unlikely teenagers who are summoned by a mysterious stranger to save another world being destroyed by evil. Elli Adams and her friends Beatriz, Jamie, and Alex must overcome challenges of blindness, self-confidence, and Down syndrome as they struggle together to fulfill their mysterious calling as Bairnmoor's last prophetic hope. Join them as they adventure through singing forests and stardust valleys full of mystical, glorious, and ferocious creatures, all of which test their resolve in the face of overwhelming adversity. Eckblad's novel wrestles with the age-old questions of Good and Evil and the nature of the heroic life, even as it provides a fresh perspective on how we can have faith in the Good against every indication that Evil is prevailing―and how each of us can be immensely more than we seem to be.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781498240024
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 11/29/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 186
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

James Daniel Eckblad has served as both minister and trial attorney, with degrees in law and theology from UW-Madison and Yale. Having raised four sons in Wisconsin―on Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Rowling―Eckblad now lives with his wife, Mary Ann, in Chicago.
James Daniel Eckblad has served as both a pastor and a trial attorney, with degrees in theology and law from Yale University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, respectively. His writings range from tales and short stories to short plays, and his papers and articles on law and theology have been included in various journals and symposia. Blackfire is his first published work of fiction. He lives and works in Chicago.

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