Nova Fannum

  • Title: Nova Fannum
  • Author: D. Brian Shafer
  • ISBN: 9780768424294
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Free Read Nova Fannum - by D. Brian Shafer - Nova Fannum, Nova Fannum A sword hangs above the mantle of the Trout and Truffles Inn where young Jeffrey Jefford tends to the family business for his sickly mother His father went searching again for hidden treasure this ti
    Free Read Nova Fannum - by D. Brian Shafer - Nova Fannum, Nova Fannum A sword hangs above the mantle of the Trout and Truffles Inn where young Jeffrey Jefford tends to the family business for his sickly mother His father went searching again for hidden treasure this ti

    • Free Read Nova Fannum - by D. Brian Shafer
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    Nova Fannum

    About D. Brian Shafer


    1. D Brian Shafer is a pastor and writer He lives in Waco, Texas with his wife, Lori, and their three children, Kiersten, Breelin, and Ethan He is the author of the Chronicles of the Host series, available in bookstores nationwide.


    894 Comments


    1. I was really looking forward to reading this, as I loved The Chronicles of the Host, but I just couldn t get into it That rarely happens to me, so I was quite surprised I gave up about one fourth of the way through it Maybe I ll be able to get myself to try it again some other time.

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    2. This is a fantasy pitting folks we can identify with against those spiritually and morally depraved folks that spark chills up our spines when we read about them in our newspapers, and in the written and oral histories and folklore of mankind since Eden My gold standard for this genre is The Lord of the Rings, which I have reread several times when I want to recalibrate my tastes Tolkien and this author both stand upon the same rock I am a picky reader and fail to finish 80% of the novels I star [...]

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    3. The book was great The insights then and there in the book regarding, Faith, Fear, Truth was the best things I found in the book, they were quite enriching and provided food for thought In the first few chapters, I honestly found the book boring but it got great on the way The ending could ve been way better than how it was, though A worthy read, not just a novel

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    4. Easy to read, good context between spiritual and fantasy Good comparisons I enjoyed it.

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    5. Very very preachy Felt like a doctrine for children Felt very uncomfortable reading it.

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    6. Fantasy and fulfillmentMuch like Chronicles of Narnia and The Hobbit, this story was quite an enjoyable read Good Twists, Good read , Great ending.

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    7. Nova FannumI truly enjoyed this book The flavor of the book pulls in a Hobbit Narnia feel Similar situations over lap but it was a great read I downloaded for my granddaughter but desired to read it before I gave it to her She will enjoy the imagination, the focus on good and evil It is a good read.

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    8. Nova FannumI really enjoyed this book It reminded me of the Narnian Chronicles There were many interesting twists and turns that held my attention I am interested in following this author and where he leads me.

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    9. An aventureTook me awhile to really get into this but it picked up towards the end Not sure I would read another by this author but I am glad I took the time to finish this story I did like how it revolved around the armor of God For a believer it will ring true.

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