Here are some of the reviews so far of Brumbletide and the Daughter of Eve…
“Brumbletide and the Daughter of Eve is an amazing story full of magical fantasy and the right amount of suspense. This is a lovely story that pulls at your heart and leaves you wanting more. A must read for kids and adults alike!”
“This was such an exciting read from Chapter1! I am an adult, and truly wanted more and more to read. I was so sad when it was over! Such a fun and exciting story of magic and life. I can’t wait until the next book comes out!!”
“This book is a great story about an unlikely and humble hero in a world of magic and enchantment. It is a great gift and a fantastic read for children of all ages. As I was nearing the end of the book, I was thinking, “How cold this possibly end so soon? There’s not enough time to bring the story together!” J Reese Bradley said, “No problem!” and wrapped it up nicely with a neat little bow on top, and I kind of wish she hadn’t! I want more. It will be interesting to see what new adventures are in store for our hero and her friends. When does the next book come out?!“
And my personal favorite from my Dad…
“Are you on drugs?”
Thank you to all of you have have given it a shot. I hope with my whole being that you enjoy it! I want to begin giving you a bit of facts about the book starting with what it actually is. Those of you reading it have probably picked up on its Biblical themes. It has been called an allegory because of these. But it is not, in fact, an allegory but a supposal.
If you don’t know, Brumbletide was inspired by C.S. Lewis’s The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Pippin, my Great White Stag, is the mysterious White Stag in the last chapter of TLWW. Of course, I gave him the name Pippin and made up his whole story in Brumbletide but he is not only my “Aslan” but has many ties to Aslan as well (I will go into no more detail until you’ve had more time to read until the end.)
Many thought The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe was allegory because of it’s Christian themes. But Lewis said that it should actually be called a “supposal”. Suppose there was a place called Narnia in need of salvation…
And that is how we should look at Brumbletide. Suppose there was a place called Little Ipswich in need of salvation. Suppose everyone had fallen for a terrible lie. Suppose there was a King ready to save them from their false kingdom. Suppose there were some chosen to do the job.
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