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  • ISBN: 0967924022
  • ISBN13: 978-0967924021
  • ePub: 1166 kb | FB2: 1339 kb
  • Publisher: Perfect Praise Publishing (2002)
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Kingdom's Hope (The Kingdom Series, Book 2) ePub download

Kingdom's Edge: Kingdom Series, Book 3. Chuck Black. Chuck Black's "Kingdom Series" is an enthralling mix of fantasy and historical fiction. Set in a medieval world called Arrethtrae, Black's novels retell biblical events in a compelling manner.

Kingdom's Edge: Kingdom Series, Book 3. Kingdom's Call: Kingdom Series, Book 4. After the people have journeyed to the land of Chesington and established a city, they promise to uphold "The King" and his Code.

I did not know what to expect from Chuck Black book. Biblical allegories are often lame and you get the feeling the author is trying too hard to make a point. That is not the case here. These books are fun to read. Chuck Black is the author of many novels including the popular Kingdom Series and The Knights of Arrethtrae series. Each story is strong enough to stand on its own. I have 10 kids, and each of the readers enjoy the books.

Book 2 of 6 in Kingdom Series (6 Book Series). The gate towers stood tall as if to proclaim it an impenetrable fortress that no army in the kingdom could ever hope to seize. If Fairos were to fall, it would be for one reason only: The King wanted it. Such was the case, and so it was that Leinad was chosen to accomplish the impossible. Unsure of the future but obedient to and confident in the King, Leinad was willing to be the King’s sword. And so Leinad had prepared himself to challenge the mightiest force in the entire kingdom. In his heart he knew the King was with him.

I penned the Kingdom series to help young people get excited about the supremely significant story of Jesus Christ and His mission to save mankind.

A Riveting Medieval Parallel to the Bible Good and evil clash. I penned the Kingdom series to help young people get excited about the supremely significant story of Jesus Christ and His mission to save mankind.

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Book 2 of 6 in the Kingdom Series.

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The Kingdom Series is a series of six Christian allegorical novels set in mythical Arrethtrae with the flavor of the Middle Ages, and written by Chuck Black of Williston, North Dakota. They cover the span of time from Book of Genesis through the Book of Revelation. The books were published in 2006–2007 by Multnomah Publishing and Perfect Praise Publishing, of which Black is President. The Black family collaborated to write the books, and Black's daughter wrote music to them.

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the monster
I did not know what to expect from Chuck Black book. Biblical allegories are often lame and you get the feeling the author is trying too hard to make a point. That is not the case here. These books are fun to read. Chuck Black is the author of many novels including the popular Kingdom Series and The Knights of Arrethtrae series. Each story is strong enough to stand on its own. I have 10 kids, and each of the readers enjoy the books. Even kids who are not familiar with the different Bible stories will still be on the edge of their seats. My wife has read all of them aloud. Our children are familiar with Bible stories, and they "get" what is going on. It adds another whole level of interest as they try to link the story they are hearing with the stories they already know. But, that usually happens after each episode, since some of the segments are so tense they are completely lost in the story. Then, after reading to them we hear "Please! One more chapter!" This is a refrain I hear nearly every night.
Reighbyra
Chuck Black's "Kingdom Series" is an enthralling mix of fantasy and historical fiction. Set in a medieval world called Arrethtrae, Black's novels retell biblical events in a compelling manner.

Continued from "Kingdom's Dawn," this next installment involves eighteen-year-old Leonard freeing "The King's" people from ruthless Lord Pharross. After the people have journeyed to the land of Chesington and established a city, they promise to uphold "The King" and his Code. However, treachery and pride, as well as the ongoing struggle against Lucius, "The Dark Knight," threaten to destroy "The King's" plans. The final climactic battle will leave you breathless! Retelling the events of Exodus, the story of Elijah, and Israel's exile to Babylon, the author presents a marvelous tale about steadfastness and faith in the midst of peril.

The audio version is magnificent. Andrew Turley and Dawn Marshall once again read with great expression. Each character is easy to recognize, and the stirring music and sounds set the stage. The author once again emphasizes the spiritual struggles we daily encounter. His faithful characters provide us all with wonderful examples to emulate. Happy listening, and God bless!
Made-with-Love
Be sure to look in the back after each chapter beacuse there are questions and further back are the answers. These questions help guide your children into a conversation about how the story is representing events in the Bible. The questions assume you know the major events in the Bible. There are also questions asking how the situation in the chapter is like anything in your own life. Both kinds are great for beginning meaningful conversations with someone.

I read this series to my 10 & 13 year old. They LOVE it! --especially my boy. I personally would not read this to younger children. They would miss the point of the allegory and the story has some intense fighting scenes. Their is a male and female main character, but there has been no romance.
Alsalar
My boys (11 & 12) love this series! It was recommended through a homeschooling webinar for reading material for boys. I have been reading them during our aloud together reading time, it's perfect for that or on their own. We have thoroughly been enjoying them and have even caught daddy secretly listening and enjoying the story.
Fog
I love the fact my young teen is engroused in fictional depiction of the Great Controversy between light and darkness founded in the scriptures. He is bombarded day after day with enticements to pursue dark fantasy in video games, TV, movies, commercials, etc... Now he goes to school and shares with the other kids how "cool" Kingdoms Dawn is, a saga of hope and light, and that they should try it! It's a great mental excercise to help boys cope with their own feelings of violence, fantasy, and conquest yet cultivate that experience within a well developed paradigm of chivalry and love. I also really enjoy the well produced audio cd's for trips in the car... wish they had an MP3 version!
unmasked
Great adventure book -- my son is 12 and an avid reader. He finished the book in one day (I'd like the book to "last longer"). In spite of it being a quick read, he found it to be exciting and wants the whole series now.
Perdana
This is a wonderful series. Recommend!
This series is proving to be awesome for my 12 year (Jesus loving) boy. We read this series right now instead of doing a nightly devotion. But honestly, a non-Christian would love it too. Not kidding.
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