Palace of Deceit


(5 customer reviews)
“When guided by conscience, you’ll do what you ought.” Once again A.L.O.E. provides a remarkable story, this time urging us to ask, “Have the world’s three servants drawn me into the Palace of Deceit?”
The children are in danger and don’t even know it. In His wisdom, their Father writes them a letter, and they acknowledge that every word holds Truth. They realize that the allure of self-indulgence, covetousness, and pride are making them comfortable, with a false sense of joy. They are being drawn into the Palace of Deceit, and one has almost taken residence there!
But a golden cup called Conscience holds the wondrous power of grace. Will they prize it, or will they neglect its warnings?

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5 reviews for Palace of Deceit

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    Delightful Allegory Palace of Deceit is another wonderful allegory by ALOE. Much like Giant Killer, Palace of Deceit weaves an allegory through the story of a group of poor siblings spending time with wealthy relations. The allegory and the accompanying story warns of the emptiness of worldly wealth and acclaim when they come at the expense of the riches and praise of heaven.

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Thought Provoking! I just finished Palace of Deceit and already recommended it to a friend of ours. I really like how Aunt Eva not only tells an allegory that is thought provoking, but explains it and helps the children in the book to apply it. I found myself thinking of friend self indulgence and realizing how easy it is to find myself in the castle of deceit! Very Good! Very recommended!

  3. anonymous (verified owner)

    Very Recommeded It is a very good read and it has great spiritual lessons.

  4. anonymous (verified owner)

    Delightful, Powerful, Heart Hitting Palace of Deceit, though recommended for ages 9-14, is a story bound to move any listening heart regardless of the age the hearing ear. A.L.O.E. weaves allegory and character arc of young and old into a captivating tale bound to leave you in serious contemplation. Caution: The story’s imprint may well meddle with a good number of your decisions along life’s journey.

  5. Andrew Morris (verified owner)

    I read this book with my family and everyone enjoyed it!!! The allegories that A.L.O.E. brought into this novel were a great way to paint the picture of our fallen worlds palace of deceit! This was an excellent read and I highly recommend it to any other lamplighter fan!

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