Lured by a charming prospector and the promise of buried treasure, three women embark on separate journeys to a forbidden Field.
Hava, doing the bidding of the prospector, inadvertently unleashes a battle in the Kingdom, and the consequences of her actions leave her guilt-ridden and isolated. Delilah, daughter of an influential Kingdom ambassador, uses her philosophical wit to recruit treasure hunters to her own cause. Lilly, ever a loner, seizes the opportunity to do something meaningful and be recognized for it.
Through their respective encounters with the Field, Hava, Delilah, and Lilly take up their roles in the age-old battle between the King and those who oppose him in ways none of them had planned.
In the vein of John Bunyan’s The Holy War, Lydia Thomas weaves an allegorical fantasy about redemption and spiritual warfare that will provoke thought long after you finish reading.
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Lydia Thomas cannot dance or snap her fingers, but she can sing and write, so most days she feels pretty good about herself. And Jesus loves her, so she’s got that going for her as well.
She enjoys DIY projects and crafting, and spending time with family and friends, playing board games and watching movies.
She is a bibliophile, cinephile, and pluviophile, and is fascinated with everything from history to science to theology. She is unapologetically opinionated, and loves good discussions with other opinionated and thoughtful people.
She’s lived in both Michigan and Texas, currently resides in Oklahoma, and fully expects to live in both Seattle and Kenya sometime in the future.
Her first book, The Field, is available through Vox Dei Publishing, and she’s working on her second and third, A Year with the Baptists and Rachael’s Unfolding.