Treasure in a Field | SPECIAL EDITION
Perhaps you have seen them at an estate sale or resale shop. Books were printed on large rolls of paper, which were folded and bound but not trimmed, leaving the reader to cut the folded seam in order to turn the page. Your LIMITED EDITION of Treasure In A Field, Book One, The Fullness of Time, replicates the experience!
“Included with your Limited Edition volume, you'll find a sword to slice the seam and a JEB bookmark. Also, each of the Limited Editions will be signed by J. Ellis."
Treasure In A Field: The Fullness of Time
Written by J. Ellis Blaise
689 Pages that will require you to use your mighty sword to tear apart to read!
Young Adult Fiction
Genres: Fantasy | Adventure | Coming of Age
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Wesley Delaine’s deepest desire is for the kingdom of Nantes to return to how his mother described it in his childhood—a land of magic, beauty, and peace. The writings of his great-grandfather, the long-lost King Gaspard, speak to such a time and serve as proof of Wesley’s lineage. Bound by secrets in the writings, Wesley and his brothers cannot reveal that they are the true heirs to the throne until the prophesied fullness of time.
Left to interpret the prophecy after their mother’s death, the brothers make a pact not to reveal their lineage until all four are of age for the throne. Yet, when the kingdom’s walls are breached by pirate trolls, a sorcerer’s violent winter storm threatens everyone’s safety, and a growing rebellion seeks to turn the Delaine siblings against the king, Wesley faces a risky decision.
Who does he trust to save the kingdom?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
J. Ellis Blaise hails from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. At an early age, he descended into dungeons with pen and paper in hand. Enchanted by spells and sipping bitter tea warmed by dragon fire, he wrote tales of magical places. He gained an audience among his peers as his elementary school teachers read his stories to the class.
For nearly two decades, J. Ellis Blaise has served as a spiritual director, counselor, and chaplain. His debut novel, The Fullness of Time, began as a bedtime story for his four children. His wife—a creative genius with the flare and grace of a goddess—granted him frequent passage to the kingdom of Nantes, where he completed the first book in the trilogy.
Through myth and mire, the Treasure in a Field trilogy silhouettes the order, disorder, and reorder pattern of life.