By Susan Taylor-Reeves
We all know the Creation story in the first book of the Bible, Genesis, where Adam and Eve are tempted by the serpent, but have you ever stopped to think about the rest of creation? The animals who also shared this glorious place. How did the fall of man affect them? Where did they go when they could no longer stay in the garden?
Lowey, the first created creature, wakes to find himself in The Garden. He is all knowing, and alone, or so he thinks!
Come on an enchanting journey as Lowey and his friends experience the ‘fall of man’ and are forced to live outside of the Garden that had been created for them. These are the tales of Lowey and Savannah, who lead their fellow creatures, helping them adjust to life in a new community called The Clearing, while they search for a way to return to The Garden and back into the peace that they had once known.
About the author
Sue Taylor-Reeves is an emerging author based in Brisbane, Australia, a ‘compassionate lifer’ with an enthusiasm for the creation story and our planet. What began as an interest in a local animal refuge became a part of daily life, taking in many little creatures and assisting with re-homing others. Sue has combined her love of the Lord and her fascination for Guineapigs, in writing this, her first novel.