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Little Eden – a new novel by KT King

2012. Little Eden, London, England.

The historic sanctuary town of Little Eden is under threat.

Human greed, selfishness and disregard are about to turn the last 1,000 years to dust.

Robert Bartlett-Hart must make a choice.

With the help his friends, Sophie and Lucy Lawerence, and Jack Fortune, (and plenty of tea and cake) Robert learns that there is more at stake than just Little Eden.

Something lies at the heart of Abbey; something that stands between the future of mankind and amegeddon.

Will Little Eden survive to usher in a new age or will it and humanity perish with it?

This beautiful, one mile square sanctuary town, and sacred site was founded in 600AD by a French noble woman, Alienor Bartholemew, who was determined to set up a centre of healing, learning and justice.

In the time of King Alfred, the land was surrounded by walls and it became known as the Burgh of Little Eden. Inside these ancient stone walls has grown a beautiful town of historic; Elizabethan, Georgian and Victorian buildings. There are parks and gardens, tree lined streets, a pretty English church and a Gothic style Chappelle.

In the 18th Century, the family of the Bartlett-Harts (descendants of Alienor’s  family) became Quakers and their town was preserved for generations to come with the hope that inclusivity, tolerance and healthy living would always be the order of the day within the walls. Little Eden is quintessentially English, yet the residents are from all over the world. Every religion is represented; everyone works together, lives and prays together, in harmony.

The establishment would have us believe that the modern way is not about benefactors and community any longer. But a group of friends and residents believe somethings are worth fighting for.

They set out on a journey of discovery through past lives, other dimensions and even through heaven itself to find a way to save Little Eden and themselves.

Little Eden is out later this year – 2018 – as an ebook on various sites such as Amazon, Kobo, Nook, Google and more.

Keep a look out on here or on Facebook and Twitter for more details!crown gold

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