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Donovan's Tunnel

by Sheila Nyquest



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/18/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 448
ISBN : 9781449726850
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 448
ISBN : 9781449726867
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 448
ISBN : 9781449726843

About the Book

The Alaskan wilderness. The end of the world. A secret tunnel. A dark past. Angels and demons. Sin and redemption. The war of wars.

God's final battle for His chosen ones is the backdrop for Robert's spiritual journey. As he struggles for survival against principalities, the elements, and his own dark past, Robert is also faced with the painful reality that he may have to release the one thing in his life that he wants to hold on to the most. Under Donovan's guidance, Robert confronts the questions that all men must answer. The closer he comes to the truth, the harder the enemy hits. Then tragedy strikes, leaving Robert to fight not only for his own soul but for the souls of others.

About the Author

Sheila Nyquest, a school principal/special education director, has worked with children and their families in the public school system and in church settings for over twenty years. While growing up, she experienced many hardships and, as an educator, has seen other children living in situations that create a sense of fear, lack of trust (especially in adults), and feelings of hopelessness. She wrote this book to help create an awareness of their pain and give them a hope in something different. A hope not found in a better education, money, a stable family, or any of the things she ever thought would change things for her, but only through a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Sheila lives in Thorne Bay on the Prince of Wales Island in southeast Alaska, with her husband, two teenage children, and their Lab. They enjoy participating in all kinds of sports and spend much of their time out in the wilderness subsistence hunting, fishing, and berry picking.