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New book, "Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven," a metaphor of the "church," lights a path to race harmony in America. Photo: Jhar Fellows

Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven – the lower creation knows something we don’t!

“Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven” unfolds a story about faith’s just reward, the consequences of an unforgiven spirit, and the power of agape love to transform evil into good, as told through the interactions of two subterranean prairie communities.

ComptonHerald.com | Jarrette Fellows, Jr.
Jarrette Fellows, Jr. is editor and publisher of the Compton Herald. His new book, “Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven” is on sale now.

Faith became Rhema to the prairie dogs and African ground squirrels of neighboring hamlets, Prairie Dog Town and Canaan Town after rumor spread of the encroach of a murderous spirit descending upon the towns.

Initially spooked by the threat, the two culturally maligned communities realized that only renewed hope and faith in the Sovereign King could spare them the wrath of a vengeful spirit. But first, they had to overcome an eons old spirit of bigotry that had separated the towns throughout their existence.

The truth that faith is able to move mountains suddenly became a living word, underscored by the incontrovertible truth that the Sovereign King’s infinite love will rebuke the darkness and vanquish the savage beast.


With the triumph of “Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven,” LightStory Books was born and veteran journalist/author Jarrette Fellows, Jr., birthed his breakout novel, the beginning of many “Faith Thrillers” to come.

“Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven” brings Rhema to America in desperate need. The nation is mired in a bog burdened by a spirit of race animus that threatens to implode from within if America does not overcome 500 years of angst between two cultures — one White, that emigrated from Europe, and one Black, that was stolen from Africa — both in the 17th century.

In 21st Century America, a spiritual war ensues of an ever-widening racial divide. Hate and misunderstanding swirling between Black and White Americans is spiraling out of control on a scale the nation hasn’t experienced since Jim Crow. Racial polarity is undermining the stability of the greatest nation on Earth.

Is there a solution to the upheaval? The lower creation of Prairie Dog Town knows something we don’t — a gift to America, a path out of the darkness of bigotry.

The Word of God provides the answer to race bigotry in 1 John 4:20 —the wisdom of ages woven into this remarkable story — “If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?”

Order your SPECIAL AUTOGRAPHED copy of “Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven” (paperback 208 pages) directly from Jarrette Fellows, Jr., for $21.99 (includes shipping & handling). Mail money order or cashier’s check (only) for $21.99, payable to Jarrette Fellows, Jr., 1217 W. Carson St., PMB 256, Torrance, CA 90502 or order by phone: (310) 908-9683 (through PayPal. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks.

Or order “Prairie Dog Town Unforgiven” direct from the publisher for $13.99 (paperback – non-autographed). An eBook format is also available from Tate Publishing, Mustang, Oklahoma. Order your copy today!

https://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-68352-765-7

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