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The Way of Nacor (Tales of Eden #1)

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How can four stranded children survive and get back home after finding themselves transported to an alien planet in a distant part of the galaxy?

Following a family tragedy, the Seekers children find themselves transported to a strange, alien world named Zantura, where a powerful, evil being named Sarin has either murdered or enslaved nearly everyone. The siblings must fac
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Paperback, 266 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by World Castle Publishing (first published August 26th 2012)
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Fran
Sep 28, 2012 Fran rated it it was amazing
The Way of Nacor
Author: Jeff Horton

Jessie Seekers refuses to speak as a result of a traumatic experience. Watching her father’s image fade from view as he closes the closet door that housed his family and prevented them from harm would be the last thing she remembers about him for the rest of her life. Jessie and her family would never be the same as a result of a tornado inflicting its wrath and destruction on so many. Author Jeff Horton hits the mark with his astute and authentic beginning of
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Delphina
Oct 18, 2012 Delphina rated it really liked it
I found this novel to be very Narnia-esque with a scifi, as opposed to fantasy feel. You could definitely see the influence of C.S. Lewis on this book. I really enjoyed enjoyed getting to know the children as they embarked on this adventure. It was very apparent while reading this book that there it had a very strong Christian influence. I would imagine that for some this would be a huge positive for some readers. I could also see it as a not so positive thing for some other readers, so please k ...more
Kristen N.
Aug 31, 2012 Kristen N. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

The Way of Nacor book 1 in Tales of Eden series by Jeff Horton is a very well written book with a very strong Christian influence. Readers should not be turned off from reading The Way of Nacor upon hearing this. The Christian influence in this book revolves around main characters Rachel,Michael, Jessie, and Eli, the Seekers children, and Varuth Terakon, Professor Harmana Veptor, beings from a planet called Zantura, as they struggles through trials dealing with 'the Seven Deadly Sins'. Jeff Hort
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Sep 12, 2016 Melissa rated it liked it
Four grieving children are whisked through a portal to an alien planet, where they make friends with several of the aliens and go on a pilgrimage down The Way of Nacor to try to find the relic that will take them home. These seven travelers face seven trials all based off of the seven deadly sins (although not called that on this planet).

This is an interesting take on a Pilgrimage story and I enjoyed reading it, there were some good lessons learned and the characters progressed through their gri
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Read this story to my kids. We all enjoyed it. Very Narnia like!
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Jeff W. Horton was an Information technology professional for twenty-five years before deciding to pursue his lifelong dream of being a writer. Since becoming an author and screenwriter of family-friendly fiction, Jeff has written two screenplays and eight published novels in several genres including apocalyptic-fiction, science-fiction, religious fantasy, and romance thrillers.

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