The Witch and the Wise Men
An ancient medallion is discovered,
An evil spirit is awakened,
A witch's curse is broken....
And the wise men of Bethlehem are called upon to face the ultimate evil.
When Mrs. White and her daughter, Abby, moved to North Hampton, a quiet town tucked away in the north Georgia mountains, little did the community suspect her real intentions. Then things began to happen...unexplainable things...dark things.
Sitting at a table illuminated by a single candle, Mrs. White, who calls herself the White Witch, reads the inscription on an ancient medallion. Halfway around the world, a spirit awakens.
It had been summoned.
Thirsty for blood, it possesses the White Witch and makes its demands known. "Give me a child for the Dark Lord."
After 2000 years, the wise men of Bethlehem are released from the Witch of Endor's curse and find themselves in North Hampton in the 21st century. Longing to return to their homes, they soon realize they can't...not until they complete their mission to save a Jewish child from the Dark Lord and destroy the Witch.
Once again, nine-time published contemporary Christian fiction author Bryan M. Powell masterfully crafts a spellbinding tale of love and redemption around spiritual warfare. As the battle between demonic forces and Heavenly hosts builds to a breathtaking crescendo, one truth becomes clear - the importance of the praying church.
On the order of Frank Peretti's This Present Darkness and Piercing the Darkness, this audiobook will keep you listening all night...with the lights on.
This book was written and narrated very well! Looking forward to the next one ;)
This is a very interesting, fun and entertaining book for any age. It grabbed my attention from the very beginning and I finished it in one day. The narration is excellent. There's a huge cast of characters and every one has a different voice and accents were great. I am amazed it was all done by one person.....another narrator to add to my favorites list!
I received a free review copy and left this review voluntarily.
This book is fun, interesting and definitely a great fantasy for Christians, young and old alike. A must read or listen to, as the narration is as good as any. I received this audio book for free at my request and voluntarily reviewed.