BOOK VII: THE BIRTHING TREE

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Book VII in the "King of the Trees" allegorical series by William D. Burt.

WINEPRESS PUBLISHING: 2010. (Softcover; 256 pages. Illustrated by Becky Miller.) The Birthing Tree features 13 detailed black-and-white text illustrations. This title includes a glossary and pronunciation guide at the back for easier reading and for reading aloud.

Who creates the clouds and brings the rain? Ravaging the drought-stricken world of Lucambra, camouflaged dragons have trapped Prince Elwyn and the royal family inside their tower. Hope is dwindling when Elwyn unearths an ancient urn containing a cloud-riddle and a three-pronged staff, the keys to a long-lost treasure and clues to Lucambra’s plight. Fending off foggy foes bent on stealing the staff, Elwyn joins forces with a princess scarred by her dark past. Together, they set out to find the treasure and its rightful owner, Cumulon the Cloud King. In the end, they discover both peril and bliss beneath the Birthing Tree.

The Birthing Tree portrays Gaelathane’s perfect love as He molds the lives of a prince and princess into one.


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READERS’ FAVORITE 5-STAR REVIEW

Amazon.com Reviewer: Sarah Heath—4 stars


I was so happy that one of my favorite characters in the “King of the Trees" series, Princess Kyleah, would be returning in The Birthing Tree. I felt that her story was left only halfway finished in #6 in the series, Kyleah’s Mirrors. Kyleah finally gets the happily-ever-after ending to her story, and she definitely deserves it! The Birthing Tree is all about the perfect love of God, or Gaelathane, as he is called in the world of Lucambra. This perfect love casts out all fear, and is even stronger than a bond between two people.

Each book in the "King of the Trees" series focuses on some aspect of Gaelathane’s creation, and in The Birthing Tree, there are quite a few! Burt has dragons in disguise; the Drewins, or little people; along with a captured prince and his family. William Burt leads us on a wonderful adventure filled with riddles, ancient relics, and true love.

The Birthing Tree is the last in the series as of now, and is a satisfying and perfect conclusion to the "King of the Trees" series. I do hope William Burt comes out with a few more books in the series, or perhaps even a spin-off series. As I have mentioned in previous reviews, these books are perfect for a longtime lover of the Narnia books, or as an introduction to the world of fantasy for young children.

Amazon.com Reviewer: “Amy”—5 stars


"Great Finale to an Awesomely Fantastic series!”

"I have loved this book ever since I got it. It is fascinating and the author provides great descriptions for settings and characters in his book. Another great thing about it is that William D. Burt puts Christianity in his series. For any home-school mom looking for something for her kids to read, this is a great choice. If you are just looking for something to read, I recommend this book and the series.”

Amazon.com Reviewer: Patrick Hubble—5 stars


"This was a very good book. I have read it more than once.'The tree lives!' :) :) :) :) :)

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