Nueden is a different and exciting way of looking at good and evil through the eyes of Franklin and Jenny, two young New Englanders who have no idea of the fantastic journey they are about to embark on. This fantasy pulls them into the world of Nueden where the inhabitants are in danger of experiencing sin for the first time. These beings will fall from grace if a savior does not come to their rescue. While in Nueden the couple experiences many strange and wonderful events, including special powers given to them by the Old One and the Creator. Will they use these powers wisely? A treasure trove of reading, the struggle for Nueden is a struggle that each one of us experiences daily as we try and live our lives in accordance with our faith and beliefs while dealing and understanding the realities that make us human. Before officially retiring in 2000, the Rev. David G. Thabet served 40 years as rector in both the West Virginia and Virginia Episcopal Dioceses. With a seminary degree and a major in theology, his ordained experience was spent in large and small parish congregations of all different backgrounds. As both an avid reader and now published author of fantasy and fictional reading, Mr.Thabet is always looking for new ways to express the faith to those who are searching. From this desire, the book Nueden was born. David and his wife Lois have been married for over 50 years and currently reside in West Virginia. They share their faith with three grown children and five grandchildren. Although David still does supply work in local area churches, when time permits, he reads and works in his flower garden and shares a love for model railroading with his grandchildren.