Living the ADVENTURE means seeing the quest in your own life.
…a reflection on the characteristics of the heroes and villains in the Tolkien classic and what influence virtue and vice have in our own modern world. Ann gives us a glimpse into the Christian ethos that was fundamental to Tolkien’s life and work.
AK Frailey’s second book, ARAM, book one of The Deliverance Trilogy, was released a year later in December of 2011. ARAM is an adventure story with intense action and in-depth heroes and villains. The reviews have been excellent:
“A great book that is exciting and hard to put down.” -E. F.
“This book was wonderful. It kept my attention and couldn’t put it down.” -C.W.
“Excellent and thought provoking read!”-T.M.
“ARAM was an imaginative, creative work. The book was action packed, not a dull page.” -Linda
“I thoroughly enjoyed this book – it was hard to put down!” -bautem
Ann has articles published in the New Oxford Review and the Latin Mass. She won runner-up in fiction for ARAM in the 2011 Indie Publishing Contest. The Road Goes Ever On, ARAM, and Ishtar’s Redemption have won the Catholic Writer’s Seal of Approval.
ARAM ‘s sequel book two of The Deliverance Trilogy, Ishtar’s Redemption – Trial by Fire, is now published as an Amazon Select e-book and paperback. Book three in The Deliverance Trilogy, Neb the Great – Shadows of the Past, was recently published in August 2013 and is available as an e-book and paperback.
All of A. K. Frailey’s publications may be purchased from www.amazon.com.
THE DELIVERANCE TRILOGY
Book One: ARAM
Book Two: ISHTAR’S REDEMPTION – Trial by Fire
Book Three: NEB THE GREAT - Shadows of the Past
Ann has a B. S. in Elementary Education and has taught in Milwaukee, WI, Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA, Wood River, IL and for Peace Corps in the Philippines. She was married to John Frailey who was an educator for many years. John died from cancer complication December 2013. Ann has eight children and she home educates them while maintaining a rural home – including chickens, bees, cats and dogs, apparently in early retirement
Ann devotes her time to writing books that delve into the deep questions of life while entertaining the reader with reflections on the human condition. She is a grateful mother and enjoys spending her time with her children, extended family, and friends.