Reviews of Previous Versions

Reviews of Previous Versions

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A review of The Secret of Glaston Tor by Donal Anthony Foley. Book 1 in The Glaston Chronicles series. Foley has written an excellent story in the time travel genre. In it we follow 3 young people transported back to France during WWII from the Tor at Glastonbury. It is a story packed with action, danger, risk, and figuring out your faith. I would say this book is written with the teen or young adult audience in mind. And yet also state that because of how compelling the writing is readers of any age will fall in love with the characters, and be captivated by the story. This is one of those books that friends and family will get tired of hearing about. It is a story I will be talking about for months and recommending for years to come. “

https://www.bookreviewsandmore.ca/2021/05/the-secret-of-glaston-tor-donal-anthony.html

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A review of The Dark Tower by Donal Anthony Foley. This is The Glaston Chronicles Book 2. It is another wonderful adventure story about friendship, family and faith. But be warned it will leave you desperate for the next volume, which has not been released yet. This volume must come with a warning that the first book did not. There is a lot of information about the occult and magic in this book. I would be far more selective about who I would recommend this book to. There are many younger readers who I would have suggested book 1 to that I would not think ready or mature enough to read this book with discernment. The occult is clearly presented. Both how it hoodwinks practitioners and how it is a very slippery slope. But it counters that with the power of faith, the cross and the name of Jesus.”

https://www.bookreviewsandmore.ca/2021/08/the-dark-tower-donal-anthony-foley.html

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