We’ve just released Lorehaven’s fall 2020 issue!
This web edition features fifteen new reviews of great Christian-made fantastical novels, such as our cover feature about the award-winning fantasy Seventh City.
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E. Stephen Burnett: Fiction helps us survive our struggles and groan for redemption.
Lorehaven’s review team explores the books they like best.
- Bane of Ashkarith, Ariel Paiement
- The Book of Rodney, Angelia Asher
- Crystal Witness, Kathy Tyers
- Daughter of Lightning, Anna Kate Logan
- Dust, Kara Swanson
- Fire Dancer, Catherine Jones Payne
- Labyrinth of Shadows, Kyla Stone
- Mists of Paracosmia, Emily Golus
- Skate the Thief, Jeff Ayers
- Strayborn, E. E. Rawls
- Swift, R. J. Anderson
- Swimmer, Avily Jerome
Cover story: ‘Maybe the World Wasn’t Made to Be Carried by You’
- Novelist Emily Hayse explores her story’s themes of grief and letting go.
- Seventh City, featured review
- Seventh City, prologue
A King’s Return sweeps the reader into a world of complex, sympathetic characters.
This simple frontier story gives its child heroes complex dilemmas.
Marian Jacobs: To love Pagans, we must biblically discern their motives and needs.
Meanwhile at Lorehaven
Speaking of monsters, don’t miss our new Fantastical Truth episode exploring Dracula‘s castle:
Finally, from my captain’s log article:
During this un-holiday season, your exact monsters may vary in size and species.
Family health scares abound. Travel is limited even in states that have opened. Small businesses have collapsed, and even larger businesses are struggling. For Lorehaven, all live conferences were cancelled, so we had to go web-only. (This may bring more upgrades to Lorehaven going into 2021. Watch this space for news.)
We’ll announce those upgrades by Christmas.