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The Cellar Beneath the Cellar

Bell Mountain Series, Book 2

By Lee Duigon

Paperback. 287 Pages

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This book is part of the Bell Mountain Series Collection.

A world's future lies buried in its distant past. Barbarian armies swarm across the mountains, driven by a terrifying vision of a merciless war god on earth. While a nation rallies its defenses, a boy and a girl must find the holy writings that have been concealed for 2,000 years; and the man who was sent to kill them must now protect them at all costs.

For the bell on Bell Mountain has been rung, and God has heard-and He has loosed His spirit on the nations of a world that has forgotten Him.

While Jack and Ellayne search for that which has been so long hidden, armies clash, men's hearts change for good or evil, prophets speak, and miracles abound... and from the shadows of slavery emerges Obann's ancient line of kings.

In this sequel to Bell Mountain, see what the ringing of the legendary bell has unleashed upon a changing world. Clergymen and outlaws, Heathen and believers, warriors and children-all now must struggle to survive. What was feared to be the ending of the world might prove to be the beginning of a new one.

"No one had ever seen the peak; clouds had always shrouded it. Down below, growing up in Ninneburky, Jack looked up at the mountains every day of his life; and on every one of those days, Bell Mountain’s peak hid under that bank of clouds. What were people thinking down there now that the cloud was gone? What did the mountain look like now? Jack wished he could see it..."

Very enjoyable book that picks up right where Bell Mountain left off. Lee Duigon has a great imagination, giving his readers a world of new creatures, interesting characters, and plenty of action. Best of all, the series is written from a biblical perspective that remains faithful to God's truth. This is a fun, safe read for kids of all ages.
- Allison R.

This book is tailored for a younger audience; however, I am 25 years old and really enjoyed this book. I love to read and it is hard to find good Christian fiction that hold to a true Godly stance. This is a good book for readers of all ages.
- William

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