The Book of Told: Mere Words

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WestBow Press, Jun 11, 2014 - Fiction - 416 pages
You have a combat position in the battle of words between a master authorand his rival. An inconceivable setting. A discovery. A betrayal. A war. A forfeit. A modification. An unimaginable battle. From ancient history to the Final Chapters In The Book of Told, K A Gunn blends lived experience with metahistory, tragedy with punning, technology and theology. Her story has too much life in it to be simple allegory, and reads as an extended meditation on the phrase, in the beginning was the Word. Literary criticism is turned inside out, and it is possible that your life might be also. Pastor R.D. Driver-Burgess, MTh Brew discovers he is a single word in The Book of Told, written by an author he cannot see. This is the catalyst for a series of curious secrets, which draw him unwillingly into the greatest battle literarily foughtthe Battle of Words. Sabotaged by a rival understudy within his own story, the authorLeonard Toldmust use what Words he can to create the most powerful statement ever declared! Brews character must stand up to the rivals genius and salvage Tolds reputation by garnering him all-time bestselling status. What (kind of) word are you in this story?

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Early Middle Ages
Dark Ages
Modern Era
Industrial Revolution
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K A Gunn is an artist and a lover of history and the Word of God. Putting these together in a three-dimensional timeline gracing the ceiling of her home, she learned alongside her family the genius structure of the story that is being told right now. K A Gunn lives to praise God! She enjoys running, nursing, and lots of family time with her doctor husband and six children in the beautiful setting of her story—New Zealand.

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