MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) June 07, 2018
“Solomon’s Quest”: a heart-racing adventure story starring the king of the forest who looks for help in fighting a serpentine villain. “Solomon’s Quest” is the creation of published author K. D. Davis, a married father of two whose first book in “The Solomon Series” was born from the many bedtime stories and made-up characters he and his creative children would dream up.
Davis introduces his memorable characters, “The dad, Solomon; his beautiful wife, Sofia; and their two rambunctious ten-year-old twins, Sammy and Sylvia. Solomon and Sofia are awesome parents. They play with their kids and teach them everything they know on how to live in the woods. Well, for some that would be good enough, but for Sammy and Sofia, they needed more, they needed excitement. Now Sammy was a bit of a daredevil that didn’t really think of the consequences of his actions. He would rather jump first before checking what was down below. Not really a scholar if you know what I’m saying. His sister on the other hand was very calculated and cautious, but not the kind where she didn’t want to see what was out in the world. They both were so curious of what was out there that one day they decided to go on an exploration while their parents were sleeping back in their family den.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, K. D. Davis’ new book is an exhilarating story straight from the depths of a fertile imagination that is sure to catch the attention of children of all ages. Davis masterfully uses his words to transport his readers to the high-stakes, prey-or-be-preyed-on world of the forest.
“Solomon’s Quest” is book one in Davis’s “The Solomon Series,” exploring character and faith through a series of challenges.
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Consumers can purchase“Solomon’s Quest” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Solomon’s Quest”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.