Archives for January 7, 2010

Books by Jeffrey Overstreet

NonfictionThrough a Screen DarklyFictionAuralia's ColorsCyndere's MidnightNEW: Raven's Ladder … [Read more...]

About Raven’s Ladder

ABOUT THIS BOOK A DEADLY MENACE IS BREAKING THROUGH THE GROUND. THE PEOPLE OF ABASCAR MUST ABANDON THEIR STONE REFUGE AND FLEE INTO VULNERABILITY IN THE FOREST. BUT THEIR KING HAS HAD A VISION…Following the beacon of Auralia’s colors and the footsteps of a mysterious dream-creature, King Cal-raven has discovered a destination for his weary crowd of refugees. It’s a city only imagined in legendary tales. And it gives him hope to establish New Abascar.But when Cal-raven is waylaid by fortune hu … [Read more...]

An Excerpt from Raven’s Ladder, Chapter 1: Cal-raven in Four Kinds of Trouble

Auralia reached out to Cal-raven. As he approached, the flame of the candle he carried flapped like a flag in a hard wind. ...That's how Chapter One of Raven's Ladder begins. And now... you can read the whole chapter. … [Read more...]

Readers Like the View From the Top of Raven’s Ladder

Here are some of the reviews and endorsements for Raven's Ladder from book reviewers, bloggers, and authors: • Where Auralia’s Colors spoke of the promise of enlightenment, and Cyndere’s Midnight told a tale of new hope born from the depths of despair, Raven’s Ladder reveals both the power and the fragility of vision. - Fred Warren • Raven's Ladder ... is a book that dares to be beautiful. - S.J. Deal: • I am in awe of this man’s ability to imagine a whole world and then create it in word … [Read more...]