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Neosho: Book One - The Neosho Chronicles

Richard Brian Cain

Published by WestBow Press A Division of Thomas Nelson
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Title: Neosho: Book One - The Neosho Chronicles

Publisher: WestBow Press A Division of Thomas Nelson

Binding: Hardcover

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Book Type: Hardcover

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Hardcover. 526 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.1in. x 1.3in.Josh McCavendish had just finished his sophomore year in high school and was looking forward to a summer offthough it would not be the summer he expected. The girl arrived unexpectedly, stumbling into their campsite that night, deathly ill, and would have died but for the skillful care of Grandmom McCavendish. The girl, Kwil, slowly explores her new world, finding love for a new family to replace the one she had left behind, and a blossoming love for their grandson, Josh, at least until she remembers that the evil that chased her to this strange place still pursues her. A world away, in the Arkshu Valley, Kwils parents are frantic to find their missing daughter and ultimately discover that a larger plan, laid from the beginning of time, is unfolding with Kwil as the central player. Together, with tribal elders, they determine to embark on a dark journey to save their missing daughter Back home in the small town of Neosho, Missouri, Joshs grandparents, along with his family and friends, play a dangerous game of cat and mouse to elude the sinister powers that have taken over their town, while Josh and Kwil race to find a mythical mountain and the secret that lay hidden there. They all must succeed or watch as their worlds are plunged into darkness forever. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781449745332

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Josh McCavendish had just finished his sophomore year in high school and was looking forward to a summer off?though it would not be the summer he expected. The girl arrived unexpectedly, stumbling into their campsite that night, deathly ill, and would have died but for the skillful care of Grandmom McCavendish. The girl, Kwil, slowly explores her new world, finding love for a new family to replace the one she had left behind, and a blossoming love for their grandson, Josh, at least until she remembers that the evil that chased her to this strange place still pursues her.

A world away, in the Arkshu Valley, Kwil?s parents are frantic to find their missing daughter and ultimately discover that a larger plan, laid from the beginning of time, is unfolding with Kwil as the central player. Together, with tribal elders, they determine to embark on a dark journey to save their missing daughter

Back home in the small town of Neosho, Missouri, Josh?s grandparents, along with his family and friends, play a dangerous game of cat and mouse to elude the sinister powers that have taken over their town, while Josh and Kwil race to find a mythical mountain and the secret that lay hidden there.

They all must succeed or watch as their worlds are plunged into darkness forever.

About the Author: Richard B. Cain was born in 1957 in the Ozark Mountains of Southwest Missouri. He earned his undergraduate degree in philosophy and religion from College of the Ozarks and briefly studied at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. For the past twenty-five years, he has made a private study of Christian Protestant Reformed Orthodoxy/Theology, with his favorite works being those of John Calvin, John Bunyan, C.H. Spurgeon, Francis Schaeffer, Alistair Begg, and John Stott, with invaluable guidance and direction from the Rev. Dr. Courtney Furman, Professor Emeritus, College of the Ozarks. In his youth, he discovered the joys of hiking with his dog in the mountains, camping, fishing, and spelunking, along with losing himself in a good novel. He began writing in his early fifties after some encouragement from his daughter. He lives in Florida with his wife and works as a museum administrator. He hopes, someday, to return to his beloved mountains.

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