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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2008

    The King Reigns...and His Son

    Kingdom's Reign, Book 6 in the Kingdom Series by Chuck Black is the 'happily ever after' ending to the series and the final chapter for all faithful subjects. A powerful and action-packed allegory set to a medieval back-drop, it draws you into that final battle and the ultimate triumph. Described as the 'PILGRIM'S PROGRESS for the X-box generation', the book will especially appeal to teens, but there is enough to teach and draw the adult reader. Included among the keepers that inspired and captured my attention are: The most dangerous threat of evil is when it seems to be absent In the end times we will see the fury a fallen , jealous warrior meet the judgement of the perfect King Those who love truth and justice will be comforted Those who stand against the prince are full of pride, arrogance and selfishness ' Without the Prince I was empty and without hope, but now I am a fellow heir of a new kingdom. I became a knight of the Prince because I believed in Him. It is a faith I will never let go of, for His love for me is endless. His love for you is endless too... Do you believe? The King Reigns...and His Son.' I do believe. And I do believe you will find this book an exciting and colourful story that brings biblical characters and principles to life. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Kingdom's Reign and I would definitely recommend the entire series which parallels biblical events from Genesis to Revelation. A great way for youth to get into the 'story of life' .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2014

    Cool

    Cool

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2013

    Very good. Love how it links to the bible.

    Epic

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2012

    Awesome

    I own the book. It is great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2011

    Sweet

    Loved it the king raigns and his son

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    enthralling allegory

    The Knights of the Prince have spread his ways all across the realm. Now it is time for the believers to be taken to the Kingdom Across the Sea where the King lives while the rest of the world of unbelievers undergoes many tribulations. When the boats land in their new home the Knights of the Prince are admitted to a beautiful new world where peace and harmony reign. Some years later, the ruler of Chessington prepares to make a last stand against Lucius and his Shadow Warriors. --- It is time for the Prince and his Knights to return and fight the Dark Lord.. Their victory sends Lucius and his Shadow Warrior to the Wasteland prison and the Knights sets about to create a government where the Prince is the ruler. The new world is a place of peace and prosperity until all is threatened when Lucius and his minions escape their prison and go to war against the Prince. --- Readers will get a glimpse of what paradise might look like in KINGDOM¿S REIGN. There is a lot of action in this novel told from the perspective of Cedric, a warrior in the Knights of the Prince who becomes a politician when the Prince wins the first battle against Lucius. Based on biblical prophecies couched in a fantasy like setting, readers will find themselves absorbed with this enthralling allegory. --- Harriet Klausner

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