The Great and Terrible, Vol. 1 by Chris Stewart
Prologue, The Brothers

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In the time before Creation, before so many of the children of God turned away from their Father and walked knowingly into the dark, there was a choosing, a sifting, a contest of ideas and a battle for souls. In that great premortal war, each of us learned the first lessons of life: The great ones may fall. The wicked can change. The weak and the foolish can become the strongest of all. And the battle between good and evil is the same regardless of the time or place.

The Brothers is the first novel in a new series by national bestselling author Chris Stewart. The Great and Terrible takes us from the beginning of time to the final hours of the last days, revealing the greatest secret of all: The children of God can defeat the adversary, for we have fought him before.

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I wanted to give you some feedback on one of your new authors that I think is just incredible. I recently read The Brothers by author Chris Stewart. I hope you encourage this new author to write more. I felt his work went from great writing to inspirational at times. He has a unique humbleness about his writings that lead me to feel differently about this author than many of your authors. He has something to say of worth, he touched my soul. I am a stake president in South Carolina and found it so inspiring that I gave each of my Bishop's a copy as well as my High Council. I typically don't endorse any books unless written by one of the brethren, but I was given this book and could not set it down. Finally the worth of this author and book is the motivational spirit he brings to the book. I have a renewed sense of who I am and all that I have shared the book with feel the same. We look forward to his next work. — Brad Holt


About Chris Stewart

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Published September 30, 2009 by Deseret Book. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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