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  • Nothing Knew : Redemption Gray Series Book 2 Of 3

    $16.99

    Never jump on the back of a motorcycle with the devil just because you think he’s Jesus.

    Redemption Gray has traveled fifteen hundred miles from home to find happiness-he gained it, made a bold declaration of faith, and immediately found himself stranded on the side of the road next to his father’s totaled car. When Longstoryshort pulled up moments later, he seemed like an answer to a prayer Redemption hadn’t even had time to speak.

    From the back of that motorcycle, the world becomes a different place. Dependent on a stranger to help him get home, at first Redemption finds his rescuer fascinating, admirable, and wise. But as the miles pass beneath them, first impressions wear thin, and truth is hard to find.

    When Longstoryshort finally shows his true colors, will Redemption have the strength and courage to break free, or will he be trapped in a life of unrestrained evil?

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  • Under The Sun

    $14.99

    From its first page, Under the Sun is a riveting coming-of-age tale of discovery, of independence, of letting go, and of finding God. Young adult readers will find this book to be relatable, thought provoking, and challenging as they follow Redemption Gray on an unplanned cross-country journey from Dallas northward to the mountains of Montana, looking for .?.?. well, he doesn’t really know. Along the way, readers will find more than just an escape from the everyday world of school, friends, family, pressures, and expectations. They will also journey with Redemption inward into silence, solitude, deliberate thought, and the rewards of paying attention.

    Far from being preachy, Under the Sun weaves important biblical themes and necessary elements of faith into the images and sounds the reader experiences, until they ultimately converge at the climax of the story. This 2018 Nautilus Silver Award winning work reflects the author’s appreciation for great American literature and his passion for the classics in general.

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