The Sword of Deneb
Author John D. Bitting weaves music, dance, and science into a spellbinding tale to be read and loved by anyone over the age of ten. Unforgettable characters confront the reader with the fundamental question of life.
Although it was written several years before the first Harry Potter book, The Sword of Deneb is the unabashed Christian response to the witchcraft of Harry Potter: It does not send a child into the experimental age of adolescence with the notion that there are good and bad witches.
The Sword of Deneb combines the darkness of mind games in Dune; the intensity of Lord of the Rings; the purity of Sir Galahad in Idylls of the King; and the blessed brevity of Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
The music for this web page is from the first movement of String Quartet Number 2 in D Major by Alexander Borodin.