Summary: Divine Choreography of Redemption explores the story of redemption as divine drama advanced by acts and agents that transcend time and space. The novel is set beyond the Storied Sea on the ancient Isle of Estillyen, far from everywhere yet mystically near. There, a troupe of Message Makers from the seventeenth century mysteriously arrives to grapple with the theme in today’s context.
At the heart of the novel, a battle brews between technology’s driven existence—aided by modern devices and algorithms—and life centered in Scriptures ancient narrative. The story line begs the question: Does meaning truly abide in the saga of redemption’s divine choreography, or in media’s discarnate realm?
Reviews for Divine Choreography of Redemption:
“The author’s writing is skilled, poetic, and reminiscent of the classical period. The style is allegorical in part, reminiscent of John Bunyan and C.S. Lewis. The novel will appeal to readers who appreciate British wit, the skill of a true wordsmith, and the challenge of metaphysical introspection.” –BlueInk Reviews.
“The author weaves the threads of his story deftly and often poetically, shaping phrases with a lilting rhythm that evokes the cadences of storytellers of old and enhances the aura of mystery that surrounds Estillyen and its inhabitants.” –Foreword Reviews.
"Divine Choreography of Redemption is beautiful in both its message and the eloquent execution of that message. It's clear that Jefferson is skilled in the craft of writing, particularly when the story weaves through spirited observation and a doctrinal examination, but to be able to do this with liberal doses of humor and make it entertaining requires an altogether higher talent. Readers will find a book that entertains and delights while engaged in a careful dance that leads us on a beautifully intelligent path of reflection." –Readers' Favorite review.
Publication date: May 1st, 2018
Page count: 162
List price: $19.95
Formats available: paperback and eBook