Three tribes are at war on the planet Gan, unaware that the sign of Christ’s birth on an unknown world - Earth - is about to appear in the heavens. During a bloody skirmish with Gideonite troops, Jonathan of Daniel spares Pekah, a young enemy soldier, gaining his trust forever. These two distant brothers from estranged tribes covenant with each other to end the war being waged by a self-proclaimed emperor, and soon discover the intentions of a far more dangerous foe named Rezon - a sinister general bent on ruling those he can bring into subjection and destroying all others. In the end, Pekah’s selfless bravery is the means by which all the tribes are united. But there are dissenters, and Rezon escapes a well-deserved fate. When the promised heavenly signs appear, will there be peace at last, or will the malefactors once again threaten the safety of them all?
Daron gives an overview of the book:
“Again, I did prophesy to my sons, saying: And in thatday when the three brothers make war with one another,and a great evil arises in the land which threatens todestroy all peoples, the Holy One shall be born upon thefootstool of his creations, and the sign of his coming shallbe given in the heavens. But upon Gan, he shall not beborn, for upon the footstool of his creations he shall performhis great work to save all his peoples, and then shall he visithis kingdoms, which are many, each one in its hour, andin its time, and in its season, beginning at the first and soon unto the last, until every servant beholds the joy of theKing’s countenance. And when he comes, a rod shall be hisscepter, and light shall be his sword. And the King shallrule in righteousness.”— Writings of Noah, first man of Gan, father of nations “I have searched the writings of my fathers. I am nowconvinced. Even though it appears that the span of ourtime has been much shorter, at least three thousand yearsless, this I still know: Gan was created first. And Gan wasa garden, long before it was peopled. Noah wrote it.“We do not know the name of the world where the HolyOne will be born, but his world is not far away. Or atleast it does not feel far away. Perhaps mine eyes have evenseen the place where it rolls upon its wings in the heavens.But no matter where it lies among the stars, I am amazedat both the similarities and the differences between our twoworlds. I have seen his time. He stands under a singleyellow sun which is close to his world, hot and bright. Andyet that sun does not overshadow him. He shines brighterthan all creation. I have seen his face. I yearn for the daywhen I can look upon his countenance. Here, upon Gan.As he rules as my King.”— Journal of Samuel, Chief Judge and King of Daniel
Daron Fraley was born in Powell, Wyoming, but doesn't consider himself a cowboy. Living in France for a couple of years provided him the opportunity to hone his cooking skills and to become addicted to good food and chocolate. Apart from his loving family, teaching and...