Author Judith Davis’ New Book “The Prince of the Second Heaven” is a Potent Fantasy Centered on a Wooden Harp in the Form of a Man Imbued by God with Mystical Properties

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Recent release “The Prince of the Second Heaven” from Page Publishing author Judith Davis is the story of Harpo, a wooden instrument carved into the shape of a man that possessed a living soul. Traveling between heaven and earth, Harpo is charged with protecting and preparing the children of kings to save the earth and vanquish Satan.

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Judith Davis, a writer and poet from Washington State who enjoys sketching and painting, hitting golf balls, and vegetarian cooking, has completed her new book “The Prince of the Second Heaven”: a mesmerizing fantasy that begins in the Arabian desert in 1975 and stretches through time and space to the eternal battle between God and Satan.

The date is 1975 in the Arabian dessert. A young, educated teenage prince, the son of King Abdul, asked his father if he could fly his private plane into a neighboring country and purchase a little musical wooden harp of a man with a living soul. The King agreed if his only son prince Abdul traveled by caravan as he himself once traveled as a young man.

Prince Abdul took his most trusted servant, Jadu and his father’s high commander to cross the dessert. The Prince purchased the harp of the man. On the way back to his father’s kingdom, his caravan stopped to rest at an oasis. Bandits who had heard about the prince buying the priceless wooden harp of a man followed the caravan. The bandits forged into the oasis and killed the guards expect one, captured the servants to sell and burned down the tents.

The bandits followed the footprints of the wooden harp of a man who escaped into the dessert. Harpo the little wooden man of music cried out to God. A man in white apparel driving a golden chariot with fiery flaming horses of fire swooped down from the northern sky, rescuing the harp of a man leaving the bandits scared and in awe. Prince Abdul did not know that in the distant future when he was the crown King of his father’s kingdom, he and Jadu would once again unite and help Harpo the wooden man of music and the prince of the second heaven find lost gold in the land of Petra.

The man in white apparel drove his chariot of flaming horses of fire into the tunnel of the Milky Way, up into the second heaven below the Heavenly of heaven, the abode of God Almighty. Harpo dwelled with King David of the providence of sphere.

One day the King of providence of sphere told Harpo they must travel to earth where his daughter would marry a young man and give birth to a male child. At a given time the child would travel back into the second heaven to retrieve some vital things that would save earth while fighting Satan, saving the youth of his generation. The King and Harpo agree to prepare the child for the treacherous future journey into the second heaven.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Judith Davis’s potent tale is a mesmerizing fable on the timeless themes of good and evil and the eternal battle between God and Satan for earthly souls.

Readers who wish to experience this fantastical work can purchase “The Prince of the Second Heaven” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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