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SLAYING SUPERNATURAL ADVERSARIES

with Spiritual Swords

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Heroes with Swords

Step into thrilling worlds, shake hands with spirited heroes who move in supernatural power and encounter the Great One, who defies expectation. Not only are these books impossible to put down, but they inspire deeper planes of imagination and contemplation. And though written for a young adult audience, they are thoroughly satisfying to every generation.

 

"The writing is vivid and vibrant... scenes in this one were breathtaking and awe-inspiring. The characters are well-crafted, full of depth and [possess] believable flaws that made me fall in love with them from the start... even as someone with no religious leanings at all, I found the message heartwarming and transcendent..."    - Amazon Review for The Prophet's Apprentice

About Cassandra Boyson

Cassandra Boyson is the author of Amazon bestselling Christian Fiction novels The Prophet’s Apprentice, Seeker’s Call, Seeker’s Quest and Seeker’s Revolution. Her thrilling books not only send imaginations soaring but inspire the supernatural walk every Christian is destined to live out as Jesus did. They include topics such as salvation and the matchless love of the Great One. Trained by powerful, prophetic parents and a God Who’s never left her side, she considers the Christian walk through the perspective of a warrior by finding strength in the Spirit... (continue reading)

Latest Blog Post:
From "White Witchcraft" to Lovesick Warriorship!

Since when did having anything to do with tarot cards and witchcraft become acceptable for Christians? Never! Yet, the use of crystals from fortunetellers, predictions through tarot cards and even the use of actual witchcraft are issues some Christians have compromised on. It’s a trend. And we have to ask ourselves from where it stems. Could it be entertainment such as the series about young wizards that remains in popularity? Hasn’t the rise of this entertainment given way to much darkness in the plane of fictional story over all? And is this the culture we want to pass on to the coming generations?

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