The Winter Letter (‘The King of All’)

| April 30, 2013


The Winter Letter ('The King of All')

On his thirteenth birthday William Wesley (whom everyone calls Will) receives a strange letter from a so-called king. The letter is full of apologies that make no sense, so Will figures it’s some kind of a birthday surprise, but then there are three knocks on his front door. By the next morning his entire world is a smoking heap of ashes and every line written in the letter makes perfect sense.

Near the closing the letter reads:

Get on the 3:30 train. Go south. Get off at sunset and walk deep into the eastern woods. Knock on the door of the only house you come across…

Did this so-called king know what was going to happen beforehand or did he orchestrate the ordeal himself? Is he to blame or is he somehow magical? Will must know, so he sets out on an epic journey that takes him to a world full of magical magis and war, where he meets new friends and new enemies. In the end he comes face to face with the one who is truly responsible.

His life will never be the same.

Here are a few reviews from folks just like you!

“Fantastic book and easy read… I can’t wait for the next one!” – Stephen, College Student.

“…a cross between Chronicles of Narnia, Peter Pan and something unique.” – Jeremy, Thailand.

“This has definitely become one of my all time favorite books!” – Darlene, Illustrator

“The book kept me bound from beginning to end, I loved following Will and exploring with him. The book has a strong message that is nicely blended in the story line. Absolutely recommended!” – Annette

“I’m not a big fiction book reader, but this book was so captivating. It is a must read for anyone who enjoys a great adventure.” – Chris, Youth Pastor.

“…a refreshing escape to another world, a real family oriented fantasy novel.” – Greg, Business Owner.

The Winter Letter by Dustan Stanley (Kindle Edition) now includes ALL the illustrations from the original book, the map, and a sneak preview of next years sequel!



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