A Reimagining of The Pilgrim's ProgressAfter a chance encounter with a man whom 16-year-old Kadin believes is a wizard, his life and health begin to deteriorate.
Out of desperation he embarks on an epic journey to a land no one in his village believes exists, to be healed of a disease no one thinks he has.
His quest for truth leads him to a fantastical world of witches, dragons, giants, danger, and deception. Tracked by an evil lord and accompanied by only one friend, Kadin must face his greatest fear to find the healing he longs for most.
A stand-alone fantasy novel, Quest for Celestia is a complete re-imagining of one of the bestselling books of all time, first published more than 300 years ago--The Pilgrim's Progress.
If you think you know the story, think again. Twists lurk around every corner. The journey begins now. Destiny awakes in the hills.
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When my publisher first approached me with the idea of reimagining The Pilgrim's Progress, I was immediately interested--but I didn't want to paraphrase it or anything like that. I wanted to retell the story as a fantasy adventure rather than an allegory. So, I dove into the story headfirst. They loved the concept and we went for it.
Hint: This book was out of print for a while. Look for the newest edition, published by AMG, because I altered and re-edited nearly every scene to sharpen the story.
Steven James is the author of many books including the bestselling, award-winning thrillers The Pawn, The Rook, The Knight, The Bishop, and The Queen. He’s a contributing editor to Writer’s Digest Magazine and Publishers Weekly calls him “[A] master storyteller at the peak of his game.” Steven likes chicken fajitas, science fiction movies, and outdoor sports. When he’s not writing, trail running, or drinking really strong coffee, he’s hanging out with his wife and three daughters at their home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee.
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