Return to Thunder Mountain
Kingdom Tales from Terrestria, Book 6
The Star of Ruskin, a magnificent sapphire necklace worth hundreds of thousands of florins, has been in the House of Vanderbough for generations. When Lord Byron presents young Lady Aldith with the valuable necklace and asks for her hand in marriage, she eagerly accepts and makes plans to run away to Karniva with him.
But when the Star of Ruskin disappears, Aldith begins to wonder if she has made a tragic mistake. Is Lord Byron really the kind, gracious nobleman that she has taken him to be, or is he simply using her to gain favor with King Eristan?
Seeking answers, Aldith reluctantly accepts advice from Lady Prudence and sets out on a quest for Thunder Mountain in order to learn the will of King Emmanuel.
About the Series:
Like the Terrestria Chronicles, each Kingdom Tales from Terrestria book was written to honor and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ as King and challenge the reader to love and serve Him. The stories are fast-paced and captivating, but each was written to deliver a powerful message and draw your heart to the King.
Unlike the Chronicles, which are sequential and should be read chronologically, the Tales are stand-alone books and can be read in almost any order. Books 2 and 3 belong together, and Books 4 and 5 should be read together.
It is our prayer that the Kingdom Tales from Terrestria will challenge your entire family to serve the King of kings.
About the Author
Ed Dunlop has worked in children’s ministries full-time for more than thirty-five years. As an evangelist, he conducts Family Crusades in local churches, presents teacher-training seminars, speaks at junior camps, and conducts visualized drug and alcohol awareness programs in public elementary and junior high schools.
Like the Terrestria Chronicles, each Kingdom Tales from Terrestria book honors and glorifies the Lord Jesus Christ as King and challenges the reader to love and serve Him. The stories are fast-paced and captivating, but each story delivers a powerful message where your heart is drawn to the King.