In The Final Storm, the evil Prince Paragor has unleashed the terrible dragon of old along with the seven deadly wolves. Combining these new threats with his uncountable army, Paragor will destroy the beautiful Kingdome of Alleble and the one true king, King Eliam.
In this third book of The Door Within trilogy, the only hope that the citizens of Alleble have for survival is a legend that tells of three witnesses who will come at Alleble's greatest need and rescue the Kingdome in danger.
Travel with twelve specially chosen knights on a mission to save Alleble and rid the Kingdome of the evil Paragor in The Final Storm. Written by Wayne Thomas Batson, this 320-page hardback contains 45 chapters full of adventure, riddles, and victories.
As a thirteen-year-old, I loved The Final Storm. Though it never uses the names Jesus or God, the fantasy is based on the book of Revelation. I learned that we shouldn't put our faith in what is happening, but in God who knows what will happen. It teaches that things aren't always what they seem and He always has a plan for the better. The Final Storm is descriptive and imaginative without being preachy.
To fully understand the world of Alleble, read the first two books in the series. With a Lord of the Rings flavor, The Final Storm is a great book for teens, and anyone seeking an unpredictable adventure. – Estee Wells, Christian Book Previews.com
Still staggering under Paragor's relentless attacks, Alleble's remaining allies flee from the four corners of The Realm to safety within the Kingdom's walls. Once there they find chaos, the forces of Alleble grieving a fallen hero, and the Kingdom's citizens clinging to an ancient legend about Three Witnesses who can bring victory. But who are they? Where are they?
There is little time for Alleble to mourn before Paragor, the Wyrm Lord, and the deadly Seven Sleepers unite against the followers of King Eliam.
As Alleble begins to lose hope, Paragor unleashes The Final Storm. Will anyone survive to see the dawn?