What is The Gift and the Defender About?

TGTD Front Cover Image_Newsletter VersionThe Gift and the Defender is an allegorical adventure that sets the stage for the Lumen Legends series.  It’s speculative fiction about two men in two very different times and how each faces the challenges before him.

With a head full of dreams, Adam Malloy, a young man from a small town, moves to New York City. There he discovers he has a remarkable gift: the ability to change the world with his mind. But is he capable of reshaping reality without turning his gift into a curse?

And then there’s Michaelis, a Lumen villager who in the final days of a bloody war with the Malum shows he has what his land desperately needs: courage. His service to the king puts him at the center of a changing world. But is it too much to rely on one man?

Throughout the book you’ll meet a great cast of characters: Evalynn, a waitress who has a thing for Adam… yeah, let’s just leave it at that; Michaelis’ mentor, Baramatheus; oh, and Adam’s kooky nightgown-wearing neighbor lady, just to name a few.

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