A Tale of Restoration, Survival, and a Great White Shark
Christian Fiction with a Faith Focus
by D.I. Telbat
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The Legend of Okeanos
A Tale of Restoration, Survival,
and a Great White Shark
This story of rapid-fire survival and restoration unwraps the lives of four people from around the globe and tosses them into a plot of boiling controversy. Will their faith bring them through the fire?
A kidnapped man searches for hope in an underground cell. A shamed district attorney gains consciousness in a New Guinea jungle. A one-armed sailor faces a Great White Shark.
PRS Agent Wes Trimble risks everything and trusts God to find his long-time Christian friend, Seth Casey. But as political opposition invades his investigation, he realizes his search for justice spans the globe—and includes others who have also disappeared. Only a local detective seems to care about the missing, and joins Wes in this thrilling pursuit of enduring faith and friendship.
When hope and forgiveness seem impossible, faith preserves the abandoned, lonely, and broken. Join us on this adventure and watch how God triumphs through tragedy and wickedness.
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Karen on Telbat's Tablet wrote:
... I spent the last two nights reading it from start to finish and I have to tell you that David has once again knocked it out of the park! I like the feelings I get during as well as after reading any of David’s works, but Okeanos was particularly satisfying. No, gratifying! He weaves story strands like a grand-master, and never leaves loose ends. He puts the characters in jeopardy, but never crosses the line where I have to set the book aside. I know I can trust David with my emotions and intellect without having to rationalize disturbing events or bad language. Like Disney used to be back in the day. I hope there is more Okeanos to come, and I’m excited about the other projects in the pipeline. Thank God for Mondays and Wednesdays, ’cause it ain’t easy from Thursday to Sunday! I appreciate David for writing, for writing much, and for writing well. Keep it coming! 🙂
Thank you for another great book. Just finished the Legend of Okeanos. Loved it. Just found it really interesting. I’ve read the whole COIL series, and thought this one was a good change of pace (but would love more COIL books!!!).