Young girl escapes abuser – in a metaphor?

The Keeper of Fire reveals a fantasy story written because of child abuse
FORT BRAGG, Calif. - March 27, 2018 - PRLog -- The Keeper of Fire, by Davina Marie Liberty is now available. It is available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, at select local bookstores, and for retail ordering on Ingram ipage. The Keeper of Fire is a young adult fantasy adventure novel geared for any person in search of an inspirational role model.

"The Keeper of Fire is about the triumph of establishing personal boundaries against abusive adults. It's about a girl who runs away and becomes empowered, taking control of her own destiny for the first time," says Liberty. "To be a child is to be utterly dependent, and so helpless. If the adults in charge are making poor decisions, a child has to live with that."

In The Keeper of Fire, a village girl is summoned into a Necromancer's apprenticeship, who trains her to fight evil forces and bridge the gap between two estranged societies. She bucks the status quo – and the life of slavery her aunt has chosen for her – leaving home for a much bigger world. Written as a metaphor for her own struggles growing up under an abusive step mother, Liberty has created an adventure designed to inspire hope.

"Davina Liberty has created a multi-faceted, brilliantly vibrant world in The Keeper of Fire. Her descriptions are vivid and breathtaking, and her characters come alive. A grand adventure for teens and adults alike." — San Francisco Book Review

The Keeper of Fire is available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and ready for retail orders on Ingram ipage. Exclusive, first-edition autographed copies will be available at Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and follow the author's blog at

ISBN: 9781480859838
eBook ISBN: 9781480859845

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