Thursday, August 23, 2012

Review of "Glennall's Betrayal" by Paul McCusker

More clues to solving the mystery that is the land of this manuscript, James Curtis is an orphan living with his Aunt.  He is running away (for the millionth time) when he finds himself transported to another world, the world of Marus and Palatia.  He meets Glennall, and helps to rescue him from the mine his brothers have thrown him in.  Glennall and James' futures are quickly entertwined and together, with guidance from the Unseen One, change the course of history.

This retelling of the story of Joseph was great!  Again, I am really enjoying the author's take on Biblical stories through the lens of Odyssey. In the few books I've read so far, they have done a great job of depicting the truth while telling an interesting and poignant story.  I highly recommend this series, both for children and adults.

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