Beyond the Gateway
Children of the Bard
Song of the Ovulum
From the Mouth of Elijah
The Seventh Door
Tales of Starlight
Masters & Slayers
Dragons of Starlight
I Know Why the Angels Dance
Echoes from the Edge
Beyond the Reflection's Edge
Oracles of Fire
Eye of the Oracle
Last of the Nephilim
The Bones of Makaidos
Dragons in Our Midst
Circles of Seven
Tears of a Dragon
Non-Fiction for Men
Spit and Polish for Husbands
The Image of a Father
This contemporary fantasy provides readers with adventure and excitement while opening their eyes to great themes such as faith, courage, wisdom, and redemption. Compared to The Chronicles of Narnia for its spiritual power and The Lord of the Rings for its depth of scope, this series has the makings of a classic. It inspires you to dig deep within to find your God-given strengths and use them to overcome any obstacle. It is both a hair-raising, modern-day adventure and a glimpse into another world--a world of knights and dragons. Recommended for ages 10 and older.
In the tradition of Dragons in our Midst (DIOM), this series introduces new characters and intriguing twists. Beginning with a prequel to DIOM, Eye of the Oracle launches an amazing story that takes readers back to the start of the dragon legends and traces their exciting adventures through to the point DIOM begins and ends. The second book, Enoch's Ghost, picks up where Eye of the Oracle and DIOM end. This series continues the excitement readers have already come to expect from Bryan's storytelling expertise. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
In the tradition of Dragons in our Midst (DIOM) and Oracles of Fire (OOF), this series picks up fifteen years after the end of OOF with new characters and exciting adventures, filling in gaps from the past and launching readers into the future as well. This series continues the excitement readers have already come to expect from Bryan's storytelling expertise. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
book 1 – Reapers
Reapers is a dystopian tale with a supernatural twist. Taking place in a futuristic, urban setting, this first book in a planned trilogy will appeal to readers of The Hunger Games and similar fast-paced stories for young adults. Along with a blend of real life and imagination, it delivers action, danger, and suspense through the adventures of three teenagers—Phoenix, Singapore, and Shanghai—Reapers who collect the souls of the dying or already dead and transport them to the Gateway where they will travel to their final destination … or so they are told.
The planet Starlight is controlled by dragons. Because of the depletion in their atmosphere of an essential gas, pheterone, they must search for a way to survive. They know that a network of gas veins exists deep beneath the crust of their planet, but, being dragons, they are not skilled with ways to drill.
One dragon, Magnar, finds humans on another planet he calls Darksphere, captures several of them, and forces them to drill through Starlight’s crust in order to release the gas. A man escapes and returns to the planet of humans. He tells everyone about the missing people they call the Lost Ones and how they went through a portal to a dragon planet. Since the portal doesn’t always work, he is unable to prove his story, and nearly everyone thinks he is crazy or maybe he murdered the others.
One hundred years after the initial enslavement, Adrian Masters, a 24-year-old expert swordsman, sets out on a journey to find the portal to the dragon planet. He is accompanied by Marcelle, a sword maiden of amazing skill whose ideas about how the operation should be carried out conflict with his own. Adrian believes in using stealth and cunning to free the slaves, while Marcelle opts to take a more direct approach. This causes friction between these two warriors, though they respect each other’s skills highly.
When Adrian and Marcelle find the slaves, they learn that these longsuffering people have no memory of their origins, making them reluctant to believe the two would-be rescuers, especially since the dragons crush any opposition to their cruel tyranny. Undeterred by the overwhelming obstacles, the two warriors set out to free the slaves and face mortal danger at every turn. As they battle dragons, endure torture, and dispel superstition, they learn that an ultimate sacrifice is the only way they can bring liberty to the oppressed. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
Dragons are enslaving humankind, and a black egg signals the end of the world. Jason Masters must journey to another realm and join forces with a slave girl named Koren to rescue the captives and save two worlds from destruction. What if the Legends Are True? Jason Masters doubted the myths: people taken through a portal to another realm and enslaved by dragons. But when his brother is taken, he must uncover the truth and find the portal before it's too late. Once he's through the portal, he meets Koren, a slave in the dragons’ realm, who struggles to destroy a black egg prophesied to doom all mankind. Jason and Koren must work together to save their two worlds before the dragons learn that their secrets have been discovered. Recommended for ages 10 and older.
When the darkness of unspeakable tragedy collides with the infinite glory of heaven, what happens? What salve can heal the deepest of wounds when dawn breaks and the nightmare is real? What words can console a grieving father or mother when the blossom of the womb fades and falls? Images of hope, soft words that set the mind at ease, beautiful memories brought home by a beautiful story.
I Know Why the Angels Dance is a healing salve; it incites a cleansing catharsis; it serves as a holy image-maker, mending hearts and minds with glimpses of heaven’s glory. It opens spiritual eyes. We are all on a collision course with the unknown. Will it be a plunge into darkness or a passing from one existence into a brighter one? Recommend for older teens and adults
His fast-paced adventure fantasy trilogy starts with murder and leads teenagers Nathan and Kelly out of their once-familiar world as they struggle to find answers to the tragedy. A mysterious mirror with phantom images, a camera that takes pictures of things they can't see, and a violin that unlocks unrecognizable voices … each enigma takes the teens further into an alternate universe where nothing is as it seems. Find out what happens when good battles evil in an alternate universe. Recommended for ages 13 and older.
"It's not often a book comes along that needs to be savored. The Image of a Father is just such a rarity. Extremely readable, thoughtful, and clear, it brims with truth and compassion. …Recommend this powerful resource to any man who wants to be a better dad."
John Perrodin, CBA Marketplace
"Bryan Davis takes us back to an era of chivalrous knights and fair maidens to show the essence of authentic, biblical manhood. While Spit and Polish for Husbands is often lighthearted and humorous, it delivers a serious and timeless message for husbands. I've been challenged and encouraged to be a godly knight for my wife."
The 1996 Heisman Trophy winner, a former NFL quarterback, and now Director of Development at Desire Street Ministries.
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