In time for Easter, this two-story combo pack will thrill you with fantasy and fable rolled into one.
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In “Waterfall Junction,” Dalowin the Rabbit (not really a rabbit), head of his loyal army of knights, is commissioned to raid the city at the bottom of the hill and destroy the evil forces that lurk inside. Trouble is, he’s afraid to lead the charge, and he’s even more afraid to send his men into battle when the opposition is so fierce. Therefore, he abandons his army and runs for safety, that he might spare both him and his men. But thanks to a personal journey that leads him to a place where faith and resolve are tested, Dalowin the Rabbit may just get his courage back, as long as the test doesn’t kill him first.
In “The Narrow Bridge,” Kirk is an adventurer who’s just trying to find his way to the Land of God, but he faces many insurmountable obstacles along the way, including temptations to wander off course and disasters that impede his forward progress. But his truest test comes when he faces the great chasm between the two lands and the hordes of travelers who think they know how best to reach the other side, and he must decide which of them really knows the truth, for certain death finds those who get it wrong.
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