Gaal the Conqueror

JohnWhite


Gaal the Conqueror

Gaal the Conqueror

  • Title: Gaal the Conqueror
  • Author: JohnWhite
  • ISBN: 9780877845911
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback



Recipient of a 1989 Christian Home School C.S Lewis Gold Medal award Eleanor McFarland and John Wilson join Gaal, the Son of the High Emperor, in a battle to thwart the evil plans of Lord Lunacy Book Two in John White s Archives of Anthropos Winner of the 1989 C S Lewis Gold Medal from Christian Home School.


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John is back in Anthropos. Not that he intended to go back, but when his friend (under extreme emotional distress) suddenly disappears in the middle of a frozen lake, he's very sure that she's made it to the fantastical world and he decides to go and help her come back. Of course there's more at work than one mere plot, and the Changer has big plans for Eleanor and John while they are in Anthropos, as they are in a battle to choose what they believe. This series is pleasantly reminiscent of Lewi [...]

There were some good things in the book, but I really did not care for the rest of the series as much as the original book, The Sword Bearer. Yes, I understand John White was making parallels between Biblical truths and his novels, but it seems a bit overdone. I want to read a new story, not a redo of the perfect historical record of the Bible. Maybe this is great to promote the Bible - I am sure it is, for those who love fantasy. But I am just saying that repeating an event I already know all a [...]

This is another Christian Fantasy book. The second chronologically, and it takes more apparent spiritual overtones (i.e. there is a character who is obvious a Christ-like figure). However, the author does not stretch the story much to make it fit spiritual metaphors, which is very good.

Either they changed the order of these books or I just read them out of order. This one was the one I didn't like. It was the fourth one I read and it had the most Christian overtones.

This series has many similarities to Narnia. Not quite as well written, but still very entertaining and very imaginitively magical.

This book meant a lot to me as a kid. I don't think it's as fantastic now, but it's hard to look at it even remotely objectively.

I love this series and highly recommend it, especially to anyone who enjoyed the Chronicles of Narnia :)

Good action and adventure.


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