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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Quest for Thunder Mountain

A dangerous quest to a mysterious mountain—but how will it end?...When Gavin’s career comes to an abrupt end, the talented young minstrel learns that King Emmanuel has plans for him—plans that promise life and purpose. But Gavin must make a difficult journey to a mysterious mountain.

The young minstrel eagerly starts on his quest with three companions, but the travelers are warned that Thunder Mountain is a place of terror and treachery. Will Gavin and his friends find Emmanuel’s will on the mountain, or are they walking into a trap?

My Thoughts:
I am in love with this book and my youngest son is begging for the entire series.  In my opinion, it is a cross between Pilgrim's Pride and Narnia.  While this book series is aimed at children 10 and up I think it would be a great family read for some children as young as 7.  It allows for several conversations about God and the path he chooses for us as individuals.  The characters come from different walks of life with different personalities and reactions to the calling from God to search for him.

If you would like to win a copy of this book please leave a comment on who you know that would love to read The Quest for Thunder Mountain. Contest will end 12/4 and is open to US residents only.
This is a Mama Buzz review. The product was provided by: Ed Dunlop for this review


Stephanie said...

I think my niece and nephew (ages 10 and 7) would like to read this book. My niece is an avid reader and they are trying to get my nephew to read more! Looks like a book they might both enjoy!!

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