In a style reminiscent of C. S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia, Kathy White’s The Storyteller offers readers a glimpse into a world you never dreamed existed. Come be a part of a timeless story, retold from the perspective of the creatures of the Renewing. From the first days of purity and innocence in the Garden to the Fall of Man and beyond, you will be caught up in the devastating encounter with the Dark One and how the consequences of Adam and Eve’s actions affect not only them, but also all of creation. Using the Bible as her source material, Kathy White has written a story that is fresh, unique and marvelously creative in its approach. As you open the pages of this book, you will embark upon a journey that will take you into the heart, mind, and soul of the men, women, and creatures of the Storyteller’s hand. You will fall in love with the creatures. Take a journey of hope that will lead you to your own place of Renewal.
I loved this book! It is an imaginative and captivating tale that reminds me that the broken can be made beautiful once again. The Light that shines in the darkness throughout the pages of The Storyteller resonates with me, gives me hope, and lifts my heart.
I have trusted Kathy White’s voice for years. As she walked with teenagers and their families through a time of life transition, she offered hope mixed with equal measures of grace and truth. I am delighted that her voice now has an opportunity to be heard by many. This book offers that same grace and truth to us in a tale that is both foreign and familiar . . . beautiful and terrible. Whether you are a teenager or an adult, I can assure you that Kathy White’s book will warm you, move you, and invite you to know the Storyteller with a measure of grace and hope that you have never quite known before.