CAUTION: TOO MUCH KNOWLEDGE MAY BE HARMFUL TO YOUR HEALTH.
But not according to Holly Snow, who asks, “How can gaining more knowledge not be right? It’s good to be smart.” Her brother Landon disagrees.
Trailing his little sister Holly, who has set off in search of knowledge, Landon Snow finds himself back in a world where books speak, secret staircases lead to other realms, and a golden coin rules the Odds.
Landon spirals down into the land of Wonde..
A simple shepherd witnesses angels announcing Jesus' birth, but finds he is an outcast for speaking of the event. For three decades he is plagued by guilt, yet unsure what he’s supposed to do. Twice he meets the Messiah and is again shocked and awed as he begins to recognize his role in God's plan. An encounter with an old enemy finally causes him to commit to a key role in early Christianity.
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