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by Shane Johnson
Published by Barbour Publishing, 2003
A genre-crossing novel, part western, part horror.
Daniel Paradine wants to get his wife and son across the American prairie of
1803 to the Oregon Territory, where he has been promised a job as a
schoolteacher and librarian. When their wagon train's scout proposes a
detour, and the wagon train gets trapped in a unnaturally dark and frozen
valley, they become the playthings of a creature the Indians call Chayatocha.
Soon Daniel's intellectual dismissal of the Bible is put to the test
and found faulty, as he matches wits with a monster inhabited by a legion of
unholy spirits. If reason fails, will faith save Daniel and his precious
family? Shane Johnson has made a believer out of me — Christian horror is not
an oxymoron. This well-crafted and truly spine-tingling adventure will
please readers and challenge and deepen their faith.
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