New Cover for Daniel and the Triune Quest
A couple months ago, I thought, “Hmm, DTQ could use some freshening up.” So, it got a new cover. And here it is!
The new DTQ is now available on Amazon.
Make sure you get read up on Daniel and the Sun Sword and Daniel and the Triune Quest BEFORE Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss comes out. Which is soon, by the way!
Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss News and Updates
I’ll be revealing the cover for Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss next weekend. Meanwhile, here’s the answer to the last photo puzzler.
This is the passage tomb of Barclodiad y Gawres in northern Wales. The legend is below.
Barclodiad y Gawres is Welsh for “The Giantess’s Apronful” and is pronounced BAR-clodi-ad ee GAR-res. The name comes from a legend surrounding the passage tomb, no doubt spread well after the true history of the ruins was forgotten. The legend has it that a giant couple (husband and wife) were carrying rocks north to build a new home for themselves. Weary from their journey, they stopped to ask a cobbler the distance to Anglesey, not realizing they were already there. Scared for his life, the cobbler lied and said they were miles away. The giantess was so distraught, that she dropped her stones, leaving the tomb as you see it now.
Hmm, “Giantess’s Apronful”… a giantess and stones. I wonder how this legend will play out in Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss. I guess you’ll have to read it to find out.
Read My Books? Please Review Them on Amazon!
If you’ve read either Daniel and the Sun Sword or Daniel and the Triune Quest and enjoyed them, please review them on Amazon! Here are the links:
Praise for Sons and Daughters Series
Christian Fiction Review by Peter Younghusband
Better Than Its Predecessor. Takes This Series To The Next Level. You Won’t Be Disappointed.
on September 15, 2017
Every author and every reader anticipate that a sequel will be just as good or better than the previous….Well, I can say that this is a better story than its predecessor (Daniel and the Sun Sword)….
Lumbatis has shown more of the biblical aspects of who God is, the Trinity, and the Gospel message….
The account where Daniel meets Jesus is powerful but gentle and bypasses the head and ministers straight to the heart….
I know Lumbatis researched the mythology and culture….[and] translated this research into the plot and setting of the novel very well. It is great world building….Makes it very credible and real.
Reader’s Favorite Review by Sarah Scheele
Daniel and the Triune Quest is a blast—a breathtaking thrill ride!
A blast—a breathtaking thrill ride! Tantalizing prose, and…deliciously well-written. I fell head-over-heels for the witty, sarcastic dialogue. Daniel and Ben’s adventures are action-adventure spelled out, along with a hefty dose of drama, comedy, and memorable characters.
The action-packed narrative undoubtedly has the power to lure kids away from video games, and the spiritual messages are core, buoyed by dazzling anime-like visuals presented through…clear-cut learning arcs for the two boys.
Parents…should jump at this one and bookmark Nathan Lumbatis for future reference.
Wow! My husband and I couldn’t put this book down. It sure got our hearts pumping! Exciting, surprising, inspiring — but also arresting. It made me stop and think about the realities of God’s purpose for our lives, the very real “battles” we face, and His power & strength available to us in the midst of it all. Rich imagery. So good!
–on June 15, 2016
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