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Thursday, June 21, 2018

A Whole Lot Of All Kinds Of Stuff in Tenth Bell Mountain Book -- Review Of Lee Duigon's :The Silver Trumpet"



A Review Of

Lee Duigon The Silver Trumpet [Bell Mountain #10] (Storehouse Press, 2018)
                      $18.00   289pp   ISBN: 978-1-891375-73-6

Reviewer:  Forrest W. Schultz

     There are few books with plotlines as various and as numerous as this one!  These are examples:  brothers on a quest for their missing sister; a tribe on a quest for knowledge of God; a quest for the survivors of a shipwreck; a project to design a printing press; a plan to send a secret message into Obann; music being played by unseen trumpets; a boy king  in a forest coming out of hiding; a very bad guy who goes around wearing a mask pretending to be the long since dead Thunder King; a plethora of political intrigues; and – this is brand new – Jack and Ellayne are now old enough to consider getting married! 

     As in the previous books in this series, these episodes embody many spiritual principles which are true and important and interesting. I highly recommend it as I did the previous nine.

The Silver Trumpet (Bell Mountain Book 10) by [Duigon, Lee]