The Gift: Now Available for Pre-Order

Posted: December 30, 2010 in books, video

The Gift, the second novel in Bryan Litfin’s Chiveis Trilogy, is now available for pre-order on  The book will be published by Crossway on April 30, 2011.

From the publisher:

This second book in the Chiveis Trilogy continues the search for the New Testament in a world where the Bible has been lost.

The Chiveis Trilogy takes readers hundreds of years into the future. War and disease have destroyed civilization as we know it. Much technology has been discarded and history is largely forgotten. Slowly, the few survivors have begun to build new communities, and kingdoms now prosper in a kind of feudal order. But the Word of God has been lost for centuries.

After the finding of an Old Testament in book one of the trilogy, The Gift picks up the story of Teo and Ana. Exiled from their homeland and trying to survive in unknown and dangerous lands, they search for any record of the missing Testament. Their journeys lead them into the region we know as Italy. An elite society welcomes Ana, who finds she must choose between her new life and her dream of returning to Chiveis. Will Teo and Ana’s relationship withstand the circumstances and new enemies pulling them apart? And can Teo keep ahead of a powerful and mysterious force opposing his search for the New Testament?

As was the case with The Sword (Book 1 of the trilogy published in April of 2010), The Gift promises to be a fascinating and imaginative look at a world in which the Bible has been lost for centuries.  However, more importantly, it is a story of God graciously revealing himself to mankind, raising up for Himself a people to spread the knowledge of Him throughout the world.

Below is an interview with Litfin in which he discusses the trilogy:


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