Coming Storm: The Quest for Truth

An Obbin Adventure
Narrated by: LC Kane
Length: 31 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Obbin isn't your average boy, he's a prince of the Blauwe Mensen. What's more, he's blue.

A story from The Quest for Truth series by Brock Eastman, Coming Storm, gives listeners a fast-paced adventure from the character Obbin.

Winning a race against his brother Rylin to the top of a tall Oak tree, he spots a ship falling to their planet. After going against his brother's warnings, Obbin finds himself face to face with the Wikk twins, Mason and Austin, and their ship the Phoenix. When a trade with them goes badly, he finds himself hanging on for his life.

Coming Storm was written for the January 2012 issue of Focus on the Family's Clubhouse magazine. This version has a black and white interior.

©2012 Brock Eastman (P)2016 Brock Eastman

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What did you love best about Coming Storm: The Quest for Truth?

My kids found the story fun, cool and exciting!

What did you like best about this story?

They loved the detail used to describe the characters.

Which character – as performed by LC Kane – was your favorite?

Obbin

Any additional comments?

Another great work by Brock Eastman!

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