Published: 28/11/2016
ISBN: 9781785893353
eISBN: 9781785896668
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In 1948 Trevor Stubbs was born a son of a third generation market fruiterer in Northampton in the heart of England. All was set for him to become the fourth in line, but the new educational opportunit... read more

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Winds and Wonders
by Trevor Stubbs

Winds and Wonders is the third book in the ‘White Gates Adventures’ series. Teenage Abby runs into trouble when she comes up against authoritarian forces in school, as well as in the churches she attends. Impatient Kakko still manages to save her millions of people, but goes through the worst pain she could imagine on the way. Shy Shaun makes a great impact on the football field, but how will it turn out in the game of life off the pitch? And parents Jack and Jalli, and even Nan Matilda, manage some excitement.

Returning from her own adventure, Matilda declared: “Kakko, not all adventures involve exploding arms factories, broken limbs, getting yourself on TV and the like. I’ll leave the daring deeds to you. Being there for someone in need is very important – just listening may be all that is required... But, believe me, listening can be very tiring.”
“If you say so, Nan,” said Kakko, unconvinced.

The ‘White Gates Adventures’ series combines science fiction and fantasy with an appreciation for the beauty of creation – from the insect (Jalli is an entomologist), through the sweep of the rainbow, to the magnificence of a star-studded sky. The characters come to recognise and understand the loving presence of a Creator and Healer at every juncture, as the past, present and future interlace to talk of love and a hope that is beyond the dimensions of space-time.

“Being young at heart, but also having had decades of experience as a minister, sucked into some of the most demanding (and horrific) things in life, I try and bring some faith experience into my ‘White Gates Adventures’. My young characters have fun, but they’re not immune to the pain and frustrations of teenage life. They go through the mill – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually – but they emerge with the hope of knowing that whatever happens, no matter how much it hurts, they are loved by the One who made and treasures them,” says author Trevor.

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The Kicking Tree

Two young people, each with their own personal past, are brought together by an unexplainable link between their worlds located in different parts of the universe. Jack Smith resides in the English Midlands on Planet Earth while Jallaxanya Rarga (Jalli) lives in Wanulka City, a seaside provincial capital under the glare of its three suns on Planet Raika. Jack is the son of a single mother struggling to make ends meet, and Jalli depends solely on her devoted grandmother, having lost all the rest of her family in a tragedy when she was still only three.

Follow the adventures of these two young people who come to be convinced that they have not met by chance but that some One has deliberately brought them together – and not just for their own delight but to be catalysts for change in the lives of others too. Life for them is never easy, but they win through. Battered and bruised physically, mentally and emotionally they face the question of how a benevolent, all-powerful creator who has blessed them with so much can, at the same time, allow terrible things to happen to them and others …

“Jack kicked out at the bush by his front gate as he had done every day since he was eight. It was a habit he had indulged in for the last nine years. He had no idea what variety of bush or tree it was - he simply called it his 'kicking tree'. It no longer resembled a tree now but a stunted shrub. But that battered bit of creation simply refused to die, no matter how many times it was kicked.”

“Jalli's story, looked at from any point of view, was a tragic one. And yet she and her grandmother were happy because they had each other, and because they had learned to smile, and even laugh together. Some had said that they should not do that. How could they after what had happened to them and so many others.”

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