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This is a book about a land far away in a time long forgotten …

The dreaded thunder of hoofbeats penetrates deeper and deeper into the forest. Instead of standing up to this wicked cavalry, the forest folk slip away into the shadows.
Where are the heroes of old who drove the invaders out? Where is the Lord of the forest? His people have forgotten him – except for a handful who refuse to bend the knee to brutal oppression and who insist on singing the song of their ancestors.

Little do they know that those who sing the song will get caught up in a conflict – one in which the stakes go higher and higher, until their very lives are on the line. Everything flies out of control, and all they have left is faith, love and loyalty to one another. If the Lord of the forest himself does not step in personally, all will be lost.

If you like the sound of The Kingdom and the Song, you can find it on Goodreads here, Amazon US here and Amazon UK here

 

About The Author

“I was born in England in 1963, and grew up mainly in Canada. From 1991 to 1997 I worked in Africa and during that time I met my German wife. From 1997 to the present I have lived in Germany where I presently work as a translator in an engineering company. We have three teenage kids and live in a small town in rural southern Germany”.

 

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