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The Hunter and the Valley of Death: A Parable of Surrender - Psalm 23

The Psalm Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Brennan S. McPherson
Length: 2 hrs and 1 min
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Experience the psalms like never before - through heart-pounding fiction.

A man wakes up in the Valley of Death and realizes he's given up everything to attempt to kill Death so that he can bring his love back to life - but when he fails, who will be there to rescue him?

The Hunter and the Valley of Death is a profound meditation on life, death, loss, and love. Formatted as a fantasy parable based on Psalm 23, this story shows that there is only one who could kill Death - and because of him, and him alone, we say, "Oh, Death, where is your sting?"

©2018 Brennan S. McPherson (P)2018 Brennan S. McPherson

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"A poetic experience inspired by Psalm 23, rich with imagery and metaphor. The story weaves an epic ballad of human striving set against the Shepherd's sufficiency. It invites the reader to confront the pain of loss, but also the mysteries of life beyond death. Brennan's language is lush and flows like the ever-changing landscape he has created." (Sharon Hinck, author of the Christy award-winning Sword of Lyric series)

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  • 12-07-18

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This was nothing like I expected. Realizing it is a fictional parable based on the 23rd Psalm, I honestly found no correlation at all!