Quest for Atlan

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David C Cook, 2005 - Fiction - 506 pages
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This is a story of what might have been in a time about which we know so little—the beginning of civilization—and how God, even then, could have chosen the weakness of frail humanity to accomplish His purposes!

In this, the second of the Cradleland Series, Rhone's evil brother rules over Atlan—until Rhone is commissioned by the Gardener (Christ) to remove him! But there are obstacles to be overcome—the forces of evil and even the power of love that sometimes clouds our way. Still, Rhone must find a place where Noah can be safe and eventually build the ark that will preserve faith in the earth through a remnant of souls.

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Contents

Section 1
150
Section 2
201
Section 3
420
Section 4
491
Section 5
511
Section 6
512
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About the author (2005)

Douglas Hirt is the author of 29 novels, a book of non-fiction, as well as a writer of short stories. He won the 1991 Top Hand award and has been nominated twice for the Western Writers of America's Spur Award. Doug makes his home in Colorado Springs with his wife Kathy and their two children, Rebecca and Derick. When not writing or traveling to research his novels, Doug enjoys collecting and restoring old English sports cars.

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