“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil; for You are with me.” -The Spirit Shepherd
The mighty nation of Sther has toppled Oldaem. The pagan priestesses are ravaging the lifeblood of the country. Now more than ever, belief is challenged, and hope seems to be a distant memory. Most of the nation’s leaders, the Shepherds have been murdered, the academies extinguished. An evil empress sits upon the royal throne. Cities are being devoured one . . . by one . . .
But, the assurance of a better tomorrow is not completely lost . . .
For through the chaos, a resistance is mounting beneath the watchful eyes of the priestesses, rival religions are coming together to overcome the hostel takeover of a cherished home, and the freedom of an enslaved people seems within reach like never before.
During this uncertain time, an unwavering conviction may be the only thing to hold a nation together. But, with so many differing religions and personal beliefs clashing together, some convictions must be misplaced through the ensuing chaos at hand. Which will crumble, and which will stand the test of time?
While through it all, an even darker presence has grown. The time of the prophecies is at hand. People stand against each other, clinging firmly to their divisive truths.
Perhaps the answer lies within the hands of a simple farmer bent on loving them all.