Burdep is a young Mirus who has everything going for him. He's in line to be the tribe's next chieftain, and everything in his city is good. His only problem is that he must find a wife and be married before he can take the throne-and marrying is something he swore he would never do. But darker times are soon to arrive in the Mirus city. Not long before he is supposed to take the throne, a pack of giant wolves attacks the kingdom, injuring both Burdep and his father-who is killed soon after the attack by dark magic. Now, the same man who murdered Burdep's father wants to banish magic and take the throne for himself-and seeks to kill Burdep and his younger, twin siblings to make it happen. In order to survive, the three must escape. Burdep and his siblings flee to a dark forest on the edge of their kingdom, only to be chased by more wolves and a dark, hooded creature that emanates evil. Along the way, Burdep finds a legendary sword and is joined by the prophesied Company of Ornan. Together, they must find a way to defeat the ancient evil threatening their lands. In this first installment of a three-part epic, follow Burdep and his siblings as they travel through the other kingdoms in the land of Domus-Lux and learn that trusting God is the only way to be successful.
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As a teenager, J. C. Pilcher struggled to understand his faith. In response, he wrote The Age of Ornan so that certain aspects of Christianity would be easier for everyone to understand. He currently works as a youth pastor in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
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