Young girl escapes abuser – in a metaphor?
The Keeper of Fire reveals a fantasy story written because of child abuse
By: Liberty Reads
"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
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eBook ISBN: 9781480859845