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E. Stephen Burnett: Fiction helps us survive our struggles and groan for redemption.
Lorehaven’s review team reviews twelve more Christian-made novels in fantasy, sci-fi, and beyond.
- Bane of Ashkarith, Ariel Paiement
- The Book of Rodney, Angelia Asher
- Crystal Witness, Kathy Tyers
- Daughter of Lightning, Anna Kate Logan
- Dust, Kara Swanson
- Fire Dancer, Catherine Jones Payne
- Labyrinth of Shadows, Kyla Stone
- Mists of Paracosmia, Emily Golus
- Skate the Thief, Jeff Ayers
- Strayborn, E. E. Rawls
- Swift, R. J. Anderson
- Swimmer, Avily Jerome
Cover story: ‘Maybe the World Wasn’t Made to Be Carried by You’
- Novelist Emily Hayse explores her story’s themes of grief and letting go.
- Seventh City, featured review
- Seventh City, prologue
A King’s Return sweeps the reader into a world of complex, sympathetic characters.
This simple frontier story gives its child heroes complex dilemmas.
Marian Jacobs: To love Pagans, we must biblically discern their motives and needs.