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Christopher Rowe is back and there are more puzzles, riddles, and secrets to uncover in this fourth novel of the award-winning Blackthorn Key series.
Christopher Rowe has no idea who he is. After being shipwrecked in Devonshire, he wakes up alone, his memories gone. Villagers tell him he was possessed by an unseen evil, and only became conscious after being visited by the local witch.
As Christopher tries to get his bearings, he realizes his current state may be far from coincidence. Dark events have been happening in this corner of Britain - village children are disappearing without a trace. There are whispers that the malevolent ghost of the White Lady has returned to steal the children away, one by one, and consume their souls.
Thankfully, friends Tom and Sally find Christopher and help him reconnect with his unique skills and talents, even as his memories elude him. But as motives and secrets are revealed, Christopher finds himself in a desperate race to reclaim his memories and discover the missing children before it’s too late.
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- H. Kares
Exciting 1-sided Christian tale
cool stuff 10
The story was exciting as historical fiction. As it climaxed, however, we start to notice the single-sided propaganda of Euro-Christian lore. Even during the historical summary at the end, it failed to acknowledge the main tyrants involved in slavery, Europeans themselves.
Call of the Wraith
brilliant performance of Napoleon Ryan. He was the reason I listened to this book. He is extraordinary.
- Roy Ouellette
I looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooove this book it was so awesome. I recommend 10 and up listen to this book it is a little inappropriate for younger people.
Yet another wonderful book!
Our family thoroughly enjoyed this book. As a homeschooling family, the history woven throughout opens up doors for discussions with our kids. I love the idea that he relies on his friends and isn't just another one man I can do it all Superman show.