TOLKIEN SCHOLARSHIP by
Focusing on the themes of enchantment and loss in the fiction of J.R.R.Tolkien, this unique study incorporates elements of developmental psychology to explore both Tolkien's life and art, deepening our understanding of the interrelationship between his biography and writing.
YOUNG ADULT FANTASY by JOHNROSEGRANTAUTHOR:
BOOK ONE of THE GATES OF INLAND
Gatemoodle stirs up a mind-stretching brew of magic and humor as seventeen-year-old Dan seeks entry to the magical world of Inland.
BOOK TWO of THE GATES OF INLAND
Journey from a college campus to southern Mexico, where a Mayan amulet opens a portal to the magical realm of Inland, helping Dan rejoin his beautiful girlfriend and pursue his quest to save Inland—and himself.
BOOK THREE of THE GATES OF
Dan and his friends try to lure an Inland witch to New York City so that they can subdue her and return to Inland to pursue their world-altering quests.
BOOK FOUR of THE GATES OF INLAND
Dan must battle goblins, Sister, and his own doubts to rescue Maggie after Sister learns her Truename.
BOOK FIVE of THE GATES OF INLAND
Dan and Maggie must track the evil sorceress Sister into the Shadowlands to free a powerful ancient being. But war breaks out first, and only if Dan gives up something he treasures can he save his friends. This fifth book of The Gates of Inland challenges Dan with heroism, love, and loss, and brings him to the brink of his final confrontation.