The Seven Walls: The Twins Of Prophecy trilogy Book Three  Bob Spark

The Seven Walls: The Twins Of Prophecy trilogy Book Three Bob Spark

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With the battles in the Kingdom of Men finally over and the evil Lord Biron defeated, the real war against the elves now begins. Ema and her companions must rush to the defense of the Western Kingdom of the Elves. Again, during these long wars, many achieve great exploits, but sadly, some of the twins' close companions will now actually die in battle. For the first time, the reader empathizes with the deaths of some of the people whom we met and companioned with since the time of the twins' birth. Some die a glorious and greatly honored death in battle, but others will die through their own faults. Even so, in both situations, there is terrible sadness and much to be learned. Finally, the elves and their allies are forced right back to the defense of the Seven Walls, the last great stand of the elves. Here in the terrible culmination of this final battle, the thoughts of many are tested, and some that were good turn to evil and some that were evil turn to good. But despite all of this, in the end, all hope fails and it is only Ema, the young, mute elf girl, who can save them in a way that no one ever expected. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Bob Spark was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1954. He was raised in the Anglican Church but rebelled during his teen years. He did not truly come to follow Jesus Christ until his early twenties. It was always his desire to write, so beginning in the 80s, and over the next twenty years, Bob began to create, shape, and build the history, characters, and storyline of the Twins of Prophecy. The tale grew and the characters became so real that even though he had created them, he also laughed and wept with them. It was his desire to write a story that was not overtly Christian, yet was a novel of grandeur, of deep struggle, and of great moral excellence. Time alone will tell if he has even just begun to achieve such noble aspirations. Bob now lives alone in a small country town north of Melbourne. He enjoys keeping fit, running, biking, and walking regularly. In addition to improving the old property he lives on, Bob chiefly spends his time studying, writing, and discussing biblical theology. Bob has two adult children, David and Anna, who both live in New Zealand.