The Sons of Light

The Sons of Light

by Warren M Mueller

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The Dawn Herald Trilogy concludes with the revelation of the identities of the twelve sons of light.

The survivors of the fall of the last stronghold resisting the Brotherhood of Andhun seek refuge among the elves in the Valley of Glainne. A council is called during which the Creator appears as a shimmering globe of light. Tom, Oriana, Min and others receive different telepathic instructions about quests that they must complete before the sons of light are revealed. Thus, begins several parallel stories that converge in a climactic battle as the armies of Devlin surround and invade the Forbidden Mountains, which holds a glowing slab of rock with magical powers.

Don't miss the conclusion of this exciting adventure in which an ancient prophecy is fulfilled and selected beings are transformed into sons of light that herald a new age in the history of the earth.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161955086
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 11/20/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

The origins of my interest in fiction are rooted in my early childhood. As a child, I loved to sleep over at my friend’s house on Friday nights and watch the late-night science fiction movies. I have fond memories of ducking in and out of my sleeping bag on the living room floor while being both captivated and frightened. In college, I discovered C. S. Lewis and soon was experiencing other worlds in his Space Trilogy and Chronicles of Narnia. These were my favorite multibook stories until a friend suggested I try reading The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. This led to The Lord of the Rings trilogy, which I read several times prior to the movies. Hobbits, elves, orcs, trolls were like the races and cultures of man in that they were related but different. Interwoven throughout these stories were the struggle of good and evil as well as the discovery of purpose and realizing one’s potential.
My education and career over the past forty years have been in the environmental sciences, which is hardly conducive to fantasy writing. I graduated with two MS degrees from the University of Wisconsin and worked as a consultant and then as an environmental specialist for a Midwestern utility company. After raising two children, I found myself a grandparent with a successful wife, who spent several days a week traveling as a director for a dental corporation. My wife claims that being a grandpa has awakened the right side of my brain and has helped me discover my second childhood. I find there is some truth to this as I can act goofy, spoil my grandchildren, and then give them back to their parents. While driving alone on a work trip, a thought occurred to me that I should write a book about what the Bible says about various subjects. I have read the Bible daily for over thirty years, spoken in many churches as a member of the Gideons, taught Sunday school, and served as a deacon, so I felt I could help others to understand what I consider the most important book ever written. Two years later, my first book, Truth Seeker: Bible Topics, was written.
For me, writing is a passion. Over the past fourteen years, I have written nine books and over twenty articles for the New York Times about Christianity and Christian Pulse websites. The Dawn Herald Trilogy is a Lord of the Rings–style tale that weaves Christian themes into a multibook series on the interplay between reality and fantasy worlds.

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