Aurora and David have known each other all their lives, though they have never really met. Seen in foggy glimpses and moments that others would call “imaginary” or even crazy, they have seen the other grow; pain, love, loss, sorrow – it’s all been shared in a silent harmony of surreal, even fantastical dream like flashes.
One evening, while tending his farm, David sees something in the distance. Following his instincts he investigates and manages to save his imaginary friend and lifelong companion from a fireball aimed straight at her head. Suddenly thrown together, against all reason and across time, this bond that has blessed them both catapults them both into a prophetic fate and dash to save everything, and everyone, they know.
Each discovers more about themselves, their powers, their abilities and their purpose together in this crash course adventure that pits light against dark, The Lord against The Dark One and a pair of fated leaders against forces neither is prepared for.
“The Seal of the King” is a worthy addition to any library, especially recommended for fans of Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Biblical Fiction.