The Scroll of Knowledge

The Scroll of Knowledge

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In The Thirteenth Stone of Aaron, they vowed to carry on the work of Rabbi Katz - uncovering the secret locations of ancient artifacts and helping good triumph over Evil. But now for Eli and Mariah Daniels, the stakes are higher than ever. Their only daughter, Sophia as been taken hostage at a compound in rural New York by Sago, a human agent of the Demon who seeks to destroy them. If they hope to save their daughter's life, Eli and Mariah must embark on another journey into the ancient city of Alexandria, with the help of allies Addison, Shamar, and Gabriel. There they will use clues to track down several artifacts, including a powerful and mysterious scroll - hidden by Aristotle himself after the death of Alexander the Great. As Sago does everything in his power to put an end to their quest, the party also faces the destructive actions of religious zealots who threaten to destroy the Library of Alexandria as well as several other key cities. The second book in a trilogy, The Scroll of Knowledge continues to weave together an ancient mystery that once again pits good against Evil in an epic battle of wits - setting a thrilling adventure against a backdrop of historical places and facts.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 195g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507874405
  • 9781507874400

About Kacinderly Baker

KaCinderly Baker has lived and traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Her interest in writing was sparked during a college course when she learned about Alexander the Great and an obscure tale involving a gem he stole from Persia. In her spare time, Baker continues to read about historical people, places, and events and enjoys playing bridge, cooking, and sewing. Her pen name is an amalgam of the names of her three daughters.show more