This one is non-fiction, except for the parable, that covers Christian Philosophy.
While the parable is entertaining, the discussion sections cover a large number of topics, ranging from Everyday to Forbidden. ...from the standpoint of trying to dispel some of the huge misconceptions that have built up since the time of Jesus, the Christ.
Some may surprise devout Christians.
While beginning hundreds of years after Diaspora, it is the direct sequel, and it takes the story to places and times throughout the first book. ...and it raises the question of "Did things really have to happen the way they did?"
Delphine sets up the existence of a number of characters in the Last Ark Universe
The Diaspora begins in the mid-Ninteeth Century. It ends a couple thousand years from now. During that expanse of time, it attempts to answer a great number of questions about why we are where we are today, and where it all could lead.
A dead man. A dead woman. A dead child.
Eventually they come together to perform the tasks they've been given both separately and together.
A dark and sometimes excruciatingly painful story.
While each book is a stand alone, each story builds on what came before it.
All three complete books in one volume.
Comments for The Horseless Horsemen, Book 1: Jude
Stacy Shofner Williams (Of Shadows & Ash) - 5 Stars "Both this book and the hero of this story are unlike any I've ever encountered. This dark tale is refreshingly different and masterfully woven by the author."
ReadersFavorite.com - 5 Stars “Do not pick up this book thinking you will take your time reading it!”
5 Stars! Some people fail at using violence to tell a story. Jude is the opposite. It succeeds on so many levels. Darkness mixed with Christian themes brings this story to life. I like the character of Jane as well as the title character. Moving and electric. A must read! - Author Alan Riehl, The Riehl Way to Write, 03/17/2015
Border Collies, Shelties, and a Golden Retriever. ...three of the six top breeds on the Canine IQ chart. We accidentally stumbled into the fact that you need to be smarter than your dog. ...and if you're not, you'd better have two of them. The Puppy Tales are stories about pack dynamics, both canine and human. ...and my survival thereof.