Princess Mary and the Prophet
Princess Mary’s father the King has suddenly disappeared. After an exhaustive search produces no results Mary goes to her oldest friend, the prophet, Daniel Hanabi. Together they search heaven and Earth, all the while dispensing justice, healing the land, touching individual lives and renewing a long lost relationship. The result of the search is more than finding the king, Mary finds herself. More
Princess Mary and the Prophet, the second sequel to Prince Michael and the Dragon, is a short book about a young princess in a mythical kingdom (El) who, with the help of the ancient prophet Daniel Hanabi, must find her missing father, and his close friend. The story begins with Mary accompanying her father and his friends on a hunt for the Orange Fox. After careful planning for the hunt, Mary and a companion capture the prize fox and its pups. However, her father the king and his friend mysteriously disappear without a trace. When they exhaust every lead, and do not find the king, Mary goes to the only person she knows who can help, Daniel Hanabi. Daniel, an old friend from the day of her birth, quickly accompanies her on the quest to find her father. During their journey she learns from Daniel that receiving guidance from the King of Heaven is different from any other activity. She also learns how nature will work with those willing to learn, as the wild animals bring them food when they camp in the forest. They first visit a village where people live inside giant trees and help the people save their trees, which are dying because of the people’s unwitting actions. Mary and Daniel then come to a village where they encounter a young ruffian, who changes his life based on their encounter. From here they continue on and find an old friend of Daniel’s, named Nephesh, who gives Mary a special ring and tells her that her quest is about more than finding her father. From their meeting with Nephesh, they liberate a city from an evil tyrant named Strategon, and teach the people how to appreciate truth. As Mary and Daniel continue they become closer and closer, as a father and daughter. They then experience the ultimate test as they find the entrance to Hell and explore it in search of clues. As soon as they ascend from the depths of Hell, a chariot and horses of fire sweep them away and take them to Heaven, where they are greeted by Mary’s brother Lionel and many other people. Lionel then takes them through the streets of heaven to meet the King of Heaven, who further unfolds the reason for Mary’s quest. As they prepare to leave the king tells Daniel he must remain in Heaven and that Mary must continue alone. When Mary returns, she goes to the castle of Diabolos, and liberates her father and his friend. They return to the king’s castle and Mary becomes a chief counselor to her father and many other kings. She also becomes known as Mary the Prophetess.