Wizard

Described by the author, best known for his King Solomon's Mines, as "a tale of victorious faith," this story begins on a Sunday afternoon in an English church. Most of the book, though, is set in Africa, and the adventure story is as engaging as any of Haggard's African tales. What makes this one different is the religious question: What has happened to miracles in the church? Is there any power left in Jesus' promise, "Whoso that believeth in me, the works that I do he shall do also, and whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do"?

22 chapters
01 - Chapter 1 - The Deputation
02 - Chapter 2 - Thomas Owen
03 - Chapter 3 - The Temptation
04 - Chapter 4 - The Vision
05 - Chapter 5 - The Feast of the First-Fruits
06 - Chapter 6 - The Drinking of the Cup
07 - Chapter 7 - The Recovery of the King
08 - Chapter 8 - The First Trial by Fire
09 - Chapter 9 - The Crisis
10 - Chapter 10 - The Second Trial by Fire
11 - Chapter 11 - The Wisdom of the Dead
12 - Chapter 12 - The Message of Hokosa
13 - Chapter 13 - The Basket of Fruit
14 - Chapter 14 - The Eating of the Fruit
15 - Chapter 15 - Noma Comes to Hafela
16 - Chapter 16 - The Repentance of Hokosa
17 - Chapter 17 - The Loosing of Noma
18 - Chapter 18 - The Passing of Owen
19 - Chapter 19 - The Fall of the Great Place
20 - Chapter 20 - Noma Sets a Snare
21 - Chapter 21 - Hokosa Is Lifted Up
22 - Chapter 22 - The Victory of the Cross