Book Review: “Waverly Hall: Relois” by Brian Melton

This is a solicited review, and a free copy of the book was sent to me. In no way does this affect my opinions expressed here. Title: Waverly Hall: Relois Series: First in a projected series. Author: Brian Melton Pages: 255 Published: 2010, by Lantern Hollow Press Spoiler-free Synopsis: While staying at her mysterious UncleContinue reading “Book Review: “Waverly Hall: Relois” by Brian Melton”

Book Review: “Taliesin” by Stephen R. Lawhead

Title: Taliesin Series: Book One of The Pendragon Cycle Author: Stephen R. Lawhead Pages: 486 Published: 1987 Spoiler-free Synopsis: “Taliesin is the remarkable adventure of Charis, the Atlantean princess who escaped the terrible devastation of her homeland, and of the fabled seer and druid prince Taliesin, singer at the dawn of the age. It isContinue reading “Book Review: “Taliesin” by Stephen R. Lawhead”

John Bunyan on Christian Fantasy

In his introduction to The Pilgrim’s Progress, John Bunyan preemptively defends himself against those who might worry that the trappings of fantasy will diminish the power of biblical truths: “I find that men (as high as trees) will write Dialogue-wise; yet no man doth them slight For writing so: indeed, if they abuse Truth, cursedContinue reading “John Bunyan on Christian Fantasy”