Craig Davis

Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies

Feallengod: The Conflict in the Heavenlies by Craig Davis
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fiction Fiction, Religion
For readers of:C.S. Lewis, Flannery O'Connor, J.R.R. Tolkien, Frederick Buechner, Cormac McCarthy
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Print Length87,000 words
PublisherSt. Celibart Press
Publication Date2009
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Domen, long ago cast upon the island Feallengod, schemes against King Ecealdor — unable to vanquish the distant monarch, he’s determined to destroy the people the king loves. As the suffering roils, Ecealdor seems absent and disinterested, the tokens of his love and protection becoming no more than hollow idols. Thereby the battle rages, men and women are drawn into choosing sides ... and all the islanders await some end to the tragedy that engulfs them.

About the Author

Craig Davis was born and bred in Memphis, Tenn., during the dying days of Jim Crow, what Flannery O'Connor called the Christ-Haunted South. After earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism at University of Missouri, he toiled for 20 years in various newsrooms as a columnist, designer, artist and cartoonist. Writing fiction since 2004, he has produced four novels and a number of short stories, essays and Bible studies. Davis is currently working on a new collection of Christian Gothic short stories, to be titled "Red Hair Rising," one story from which is represented by the video above. He has two grown daughters and a dog who refuses to grow up, and was once wrestled to the ground by a set of bagpipes.

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