Daniel and the Trees of Eden

A Young Adult Christian Fantasy Novel

By Nathan Lumbatis
Daniel and the Trees of Eden: a Christian fantasy novel by Nathan Lumbatis

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: Fiction/ Christian/ Fantasy

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Barely two months after rescuing Raylin in the Abyss, the final quest begins. The mission? Seal the Spirit of the Age into the Serpent to usher in an era of spiritual awakening. But this will require a battle in the heart of Babylon where the Enemy’s power is greatest. To prepare, Daniel and his friends must first navigate a treacherous path through Babylon itself to find the Gates of Eden—and beyond, the Tree of Purity.

The road is plagued with scores of monstrous demons, and Eden isn't without challenges of its own. A trial awaits within the fabled garden, one that will either purify a growing darkness within the group … or prove its downfall. Should they triumph, further tribulation looms on the horizon. The Enemy is ready for battle, and in his possession is the Vessels’ greatest weakness. Amid each travail, Daniel clings desperately to the Three’s assurance of hope.


Daniel and the Trees of Eden is a young adult, Christian fantasy novel focusing on sanctification, reconciliation, and faith amid tribulation. It is the fourth and final book in the Sons and Daughters series, which includes Daniel and the Sun Sword, Daniel and the Triune Quest, and Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss.

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: 9781957497358
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About Author Nathan-Lumbatis

Author Nathan Lumbatis Nathan grew up in rural Alabama, where he spent his time exploring, hiking, and dreaming up stories. Now, as a child/adolescent therapist and author, he’s teaching kids and teens how to redeem their stories using Biblical principles. He still lives in Alabama, where you will find him with his family every chance he gets. He regularly blogs at www.nathanlumbatis.com.