(PRWEB) September 19, 2016
“Back to Freethorn”: a gripping tale of redemption and different worlds, with a woman set on the rescue of two sisters lost in a strange and unknown new land. “Back to Freethorn” is the creation of published author, Lillian Fielding, gifted author and writer.
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Lillian Fielding’s new book begins high atop the ancient stone tower of Freethorn, where Watcher Annie stands alone, searching the restless waters of the Great Sea spread out far below. With no ships in sight, she turned to a matter of great urgency. To the north and a couple of miles away, she directed her gaze upon Blueberry Hill where two young sisters of the land had suddenly vanished along with their tree house.
Closing her eyes, Watcher Annie let out a long weary sigh. She knew where to search for the girls but was reluctant to follow. The two, Karen and Amy, had found themselves in Watcher Annie’s homeland where, years before, the watcher ruined her life in one dark moment. But there was no choice to be had. As watcher, it was her duty to go after the girls and help them if she could. With her, she took Cauney, the girls’ closest friend, and another boy named Asiyay.
When the sisters arrived in this strange new land, they were thrust into an unexpected adventure. They discovered the ways of the people odd and forbidding. Against their will, they became separated but not before pledging to find each other again and to return to their beloved home. With some help, Watcher Annie finally caught up to Karen in the woods. As time was running out, the watcher tried her best, but she wasn’t sure that in the end the girls would be able to get back home to Freethorn.
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Consumers can purchase“Back to Freethorn” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Back to Freethorn”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.