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Gaal the Conqueror: The Archives of Anthropos [Paperback]

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Pages   312
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.32" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.98"
Weight:   0.8 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 1, 2000
Publisher   IVP-InterVarsity Press
Age  12-16
ISBN  0877845913  
EAN  9780877845911  


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Item Description...
Overview
When young Eleanor MacFarland runs away from home one winter night, John Wilson tries to find her. But as the boy follows her footsteps across a frozen Canadian Lake, he mysteriously passes through an invisible door - out of this world and into the greatest crisis yet to face the land of Anthropos. The two children suddenly find themselves swept into a conflict between the evil forces of the sorcerer Shagah and the rebels loyal to Gaal, Son of the High Emperor. Here is another exciting book of fantasy in the Archives of Anthropos from the creative pen of John White.

Publishers Description
Recipient of a 1989 Christian Home & School C.S. Lewis Gold Medal award Eleanor McFarland and John Wilson join Gaal, the Son of the High Emperor, in a battle to thwart the evil plans of Lord Lunacy. Book Two in John White's Archives of Anthropos. Winner of the 1989 C. S. Lewis Gold Medal from Christian Home & School.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! John White was born in Liverpool, England, and grew up in Manchester. After serving as a reconnaissance photographer in the Fleet Air Arms during World War II, he completed medical training at Manchester University. He later participated in a variety of short-term missions efforts (including Bible smuggling!) and capitalized on many opportunities to encourage Christians behind the Iron Curtain during the beginning of the Cold War.
He wrote 25 books as well as numerous articles and study guides. A much sought-after speaker, he lectured around the world at churches, conferences and leadership events.
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John White was born in 1924.

John White has published or released items in the following series...
  1. Archives of Anthropos
  2. Fisherman Bible Studyguides
  3. IVP Classics
  4. Lifeguide Bible Studies


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Reviews - What do our customers think?
An Awesome book for C. S. Lewis fans  Nov 30, -0001
Gaal the Conqueror is an amazing book. It is an allegory that is very creatively written. The part about Gaal on the altar represents that Jesus died for us on the cross and the wine of free pardon is amazingly like the unconditional forgivess of the Lord Jesus. I recommend the entire Archives of Anthropos series to any fantasy buff or Narnia fan.
 
Well well finally somthing good from Canada  Nov 30, -0001
Wow!! Finally a book writen in Canada that does not focus on Canadian history or any tackey story. This book is a work of art physicaly and verbely the book is thick and is like sigmond brower it has tuches of conviction which make you feel good. I read this book as a home work assignment and it is a bit preachey and the plot repeats it self a couple of times. But I got 100% because it is that well writen that I could find what I wanted Where I wanted it. If you are a young reader who doesn't have a very wide vocabularry but you want to read a good thick book. This is for you
 
fun to read  Nov 30, -0001
Watch your step because you could fall into Anthropos any time.

Gaal sent John on a missson with a freind named Eleanor. They had to capture a evil sorcerer named Shagah. This sorcerer put a whole villige under a spell to do his bidding. It was a very difficult task they had to pass through many enchanted forests and escaped the claws of death many times. The fighting was intense with goblins bodys liquifying and foul stenches rising from the body. They finally trapped Shagah by hanging his picture on the wall and he was pulled in the picture. Then John and Eleanor returned to thier own world by using a magical staff.
(I read this for my 5th grade book report.)
 
fun to read  Nov 30, -0001
Watch your step because you could fall into Anthropos any time.

Gaal sent John on a mission with a friend named Eleanor. They had to capture a evil sorcerer named Shagah. This sorcerer put a whole village under a spell to do his bidding. It was a very difficult task they had to pass through many enchanted forests and escaped the claws of death many times. The fighting was intense with goblins bodies liquefying and foul stenches rising from the body. They finally trapped Shagah by hanging his picture on the wall and he was pulled in the picture. Then John and Eleanor returned to their own world by using a magical staff.
 
Not White's best. . .  Nov 30, -0001
As a child, I loved The Tower of Geburah and the Iron Sceptre, and later on found the Sword Bearer and really enjoyed that,too. White's Gaal is one of the best Christ figures I've come across, right up there with Aslan. Which is why this book came as a bit of a disappointment. The encounters with Gaal/the Changer weren't nearly as powerful in this story as they were in the preceding novels. (Although here and there Eleanor's descriptions to John of Gaal seem to pack a little of the usual zing)
Also, Gaal's self sacrificial death (and much of the journeying John and Eleanor do through the enchanted forest) is so heavy-handedly symbolic as to short circuit any empathy on the part of the reader. I'm afraid I stuck this one out for mostly sentimental reasons.
 

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