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The Tree and the Light (Volume 1)

by JR Strange

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There once was a legendary place of wonder and beauty. Never in its history has there been a place like this. At the center of this world was the Tree. It was gigantic by all comparisons, and a peaceful people lived in and under this colossus. All seemed well, but there was a secret among the people; a fear that was never voiced, a shadow that was creeping. It moved into their land, made war against them, and did something unthinkable that shook the world. When all hope seemed to fade a great Light burst forth. The Light will have the power to rescue, restore, and renew their blackened planet. The Tree and the Light is a unique allegorical story that is family friendly. It weaves together an adventerous tale that holds some of the greatest themes: hope, good vs. evil, a hero, rescue, restoration, and salvation.

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