The Revised Ferellonian King Series brings back some of the wondrous delight of Lord of the Rings. This is a high fantasy dealing with the war between good and evil in a coming of age tale. Both are depicted honestly and truthfully—which leads to a bit of edginess. However, we do not leave the good guys, or the readers, without hope.
Ferellonian King Series revisions show the fantastic truth to a post-spiritual culture
Welcome to Ferellon! In our society which is attempting to redefine Truth [as if that were actually possible], spiritual reality has become a fantasy to most under sixty. The younger they are the more likely they are to not believe Truth. But that is the result of its rejection by the boomers and everyone in between. The civilization of Ferellon has much to teach us.
Though things are new, with different systems of measurement, weight, money, church, and so on, you will find that this alien culture is uniquely real. Magic seems available. But, in reality, these magical tools and powers come from spiritual sources. The spiritually ignorant are sadly powerless—though they seem to be in power. The Ferellonian King Series strips them of their self-centered blindness and hedonism.
Ferrelär is ruled by Lemèr Fendrale, 43rd King of Ferrelär
King Lemèr is a sad excuse for a king. Witty, charming, distinguished in appearance—tall, with wavy white hair, rich brown eyes with crinkles of laughter at the corners—his ability to govern is sharply compromised by his desperate need to please everyone. As a result, he hears everyone and gives his counselors equal weight. Since most of his counsel is self-seeking, at best, Lemèr is perpetually confused.
Though the Assumption of Power was decreed by his father, King Leopèld, as a necessary conservation measure, its implementation was handled by Lemèr and his patchwork counsel. As a result, all effective power has gone to the Church and the three Lords of Ferrelär. What a recipe for disaster!?
The Revised Ferellonian King Series begins in a completely untenable situation
Religious Evil • Demonic Royal • Anointed Love
The first two books reveal the inevitable result of the present situation in Ferrelär. Will the kingdom survive? But the Lord has called forth an unlikely king, with no training or natural ability. What can go wrong with that? How can he help a country which has no government, capital, or king? As usual, the Lord’s plans are simply marvelous.