Meadowvale begins with the Highfallows, a charming family of rabbits whose livelihood is farming. An army of lizards sweeps in and shatters their peace. Those left behind must figure out how to rescue lost loved ones. When Meadowvale elders realize the problem extends far beyond just themselves, the story’s scale increases exponentially. Clashing cultures, the struggle for unity, wrestling with despair, festering regret, battle, forgotten magic, and beyond: it’s all there.

While each character’s tale has its own wisdom to impart, the full story of Meadowvale will capture the hearts and minds of readers young and old.

Meadowvale is perfect for fans of C. S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia and Brian Jacques’ Redwall series.

“Magical, fantastical, thrilling, and enchanting are all words which swarm the mind when reading the tale of Werbel in Meadowvale. A young rabbit taken from his family, a mother seeking revenge for her lost children, evil lizards building an army, and much, much more are hidden within these pages.”—ESTHER ROBINSON

N. M. Rudolph is a passionate poet and the innovative author of Meadowvale, Rumination, Untold Tales, and Unhinged: 36 x 36.

As a masterful writer, he uses his imagination to draw readers into enriching new worlds or renewed visions of familiar stories.

Rudolph was born in Maryland and grew up in Germany. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and teaches a great range of subjects at Gamut Academy. When he isn’t busy writing, he can be found dressing up like a pirate at the Renaissance Faire, seeking theatrical trouble elsewhere, or dabbling in a some new hobby.

Get in touch with him on Instagram (@n.m.rudolph) and Facebook (@nmrudolphauthor).

He loves hearing from his readers!