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All I can think of at the moment is “WOW”!!! I finished the book about 2 minutes ago. My head is still reeling!! It is fast paced from the epilogue! It starts off with a bang and continues at that level for almost the entire book. The are many different facets if this book, which really helps to keep your interest. I am a Bible believer and an avid Bible reader. I definitely noted the many references scattered throughout, which really caught my interest. I am amazed at how all this came together! – Amazon Review
The tale of the Garden of Eden is one of the most well-known and universally loved stories of all time, and Dr. Elise Harper and her team believe there’s more than a little truth to it.
To prove the science books wrong and religious lore right, they trek into the Caucasus mountain ranges, amidst a world ravaged with war and apocalyptic tragedy. But shortly into the expedition, events pivot dangerously. Nature and hidden supernatural forces interrupt their mission, and the team’s motivation transforms from finding the Tree of Life to simply maintaining life itself.
Complicating things, the group is infused with wild cards, which drive tensions even higher, keeping them guessing if the future brings a chance for new beginning, or a path leading to death.
About the Author
Crystal Jencks is an entirely too busy physician who thought she’d make things even more complicated by adding writing her debut novel, The Father’s Tree, to the pile. She is now working on its sequel, and is excited to add even more (just a little edgy) Christian Fiction books as time moves on. Her purpose with writing is not just to help readers escape into a wild adventure, but also to remind them of the spiritual aspects of life, and explore how to love each other along the way.
She loves all things outdoors, especially if it involves hooves (or wheels, or skis, or… feet), and going fast! Despite this, she tends to spend hours a week with a book or her latest story, often inside a local coffee shop. She lives here and there but makes her home wherever her husband and four rowdies exist.