Outcasts of Skagaray

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Deep River Books, 2006 - Fiction - 272 pages
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The world of Skagaray is dark and bleak but there is the possibility of beauty and goodness too. The people of Skagaray respect strength, and hardness, and make gods in their own image to please themselves. They reject those they consider weak, or unworthy, and make outcasts of them. But one among them rejects their cruelty, and will not take part in the brutality they call their Proving. This is Australian Andrew Clarke’s first novel.

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User Review  - Bill Howard - Christianbook.com

What an excellent book. It sounds clich, but you won't be able to put it down once you get started reading. This is a Peretti like portrayal of spiritual warfare and every bit as riveting! Im looking forward to more books from Andrew Clarke! Read full review

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User Review  - aharis@gardnermarsh.com - Christianbook.com

Outcasts of Skagaray started out slow, it took me about 50 pages to get into the book, but once I did, it was a fun, exciting read. This is a story about change. Tarran, the main character had never ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

Andrew D. Clarke (MA, Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is Senior Lecturer in New Testament at Kings College, University of Aberdeen. He is currently the Chairman of the Tyndale House Council.

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