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Paladins, the second book of the Peleg Chronicles, finds us back in the company of Lord McDougal and Fergus Leatherhead as the Death Hunt begins. But the outcome is not what one would expect.
Can they escape? Will they find the foundlings before the Dragon Priests do?
Our noble heroes must put all their hope in the Lord's mercies, while they journey forward by faith. They are the Paladins, the courageous ...
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Overview

Paladins, the second book of the Peleg Chronicles, finds us back in the company of Lord McDougal and Fergus Leatherhead as the Death Hunt begins. But the outcome is not what one would expect.
Can they escape? Will they find the foundlings before the Dragon Priests do?
Our noble heroes must put all their hope in the Lord's mercies, while they journey forward by faith. They are the Paladins, the courageous protectors of the weak, and a light to those that would seek their demise.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982348413
  • Publisher: Zoe and Sozo Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/3/2010
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 259,940
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

Growing up in the new-age teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and the ascended masters, I quickly delved deeper into the occult of the Satanic Bible, Astral Projection and drugs. Taught that I would one day fly and walk through walls, I was on a search to enter the magical worlds that I had read about in fantasy novels and the writings of Eckankar.

Addictions, broken relationships, and a belief in reincarnation brought me to the point of jumping from a tenth floor window. At the critical moment, my two best friends appeared on the sidewalk below.

While a freshman in college, a young woman read to me from the Bible, trying to reach me with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I stared dumbly through drunken eyes, and only wished to get away.

While a Junior, I sat alone in a coffee shop, caressing the drugs in my pocket, wondering if there was more to this life. A stranger approached the table, and told me that there was no sin too great, and that God could forgive me. The stranger walked away.

While a Senior, a young lady invited me to go tobogganing. I accepted, only to find out she hadn't said the word "tobogganing" but "to-bible-study." I went. The preacher said that Jesus was the only way to Heaven, and Hell was the destination for all who would not receive Him. I was filled with such anger that it shocked me.

A few weeks later, while walking on campus, an old man walked up to me and handed me a Bible. He was a Gideon. I began reading the Word of God for the first time. Troubled by these Christians and their narrow way, but afraid that hell might be real, I asked God to show me if it was actually true. The Word suddenly came alive, and after some weeks of reading every day, I repented, trusted, believed, and confessed the Lord Jesus Christ as my savior.

I graduated from St. Olaf College with an English degree: and the University of Arizona with a Masters in Special Education, Vision and Orientation & Mobility. I also attended the Sorbonne in Paris, and studied in Thailand. I've lived in Minnesota, Connecticut, Arizona, and now reside in Gloucester, Virginia - where I write and work as an Orientation and Mobility Specialist training the blind to travel.
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  • Posted July 5, 2013

    EDGE OF YOUR SEAT NAIL BITER! I EVEN BIT SOME OF MY WIFE'S NAIL


    EDGE OF YOUR SEAT NAIL BITER! I EVEN BIT SOME OF MY WIFE'S NAILS!


    So what would happen if you had an adventure series set shortly after the Flood? Adventure, that's what! All the beloved characters from Book I are back for book two, and where the story goes next really surprises you! Matt doesn't skip on the story either, the character development continues to build these characters into real beings with thoughts, hopes, dreams, and even relationships with God.




    I really like the growth of Igi Forkbeard in this book. The giant's heart is slowing changing as God reveals Himself to Igi, and because of Igi's rescue in Book I, this has softened the ex-slavers heart. Another one if Count Rosencross, he is beginning to feel doubt about himself, why is Suzy's song of God so peaceful and desirable? Why did help the former Sneak that he wouldn't have normally cared about?




    This sequel continues the adventure, while at the same time revealing new things about the characters. I love the way Matt takes the time with each one to help us understand the characters motivations, why they love God or why they don't. 




    In my first review I mentioned how I had been reading out loud this series to my wife. Well, she couldn't resist reading ahead to the next book so now I have to catch up! The second book is definitely as good as the first, the characters and storyline has truly captured my family's heart.

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  • Posted August 27, 2010

    If you liked Foundlings, Paladins will not disappoint! An excellent sequel to an already great book.

    Matthew Harding left us off at a thrilling cliffhanger in his first book Foundlings. So when the sequel, Paladins, finally came out I was very impatient to get my hands on it! Foundlings was my favorite fiction novel ever-exotic time setting, creatures that seemed like fantasy but are based on historical facts, unique characters ranging from a fearful dwarf to creepy dragon priests, and most importantly the godly examples and scripture woven throughout the book. All in all I didn't think it could get any better-well, Mr. Harding proved me wrong! He took everything I liked about Foundlings to a whole new level! I've read Paladins three times and I like it better every time I read it. The only bad thing is that it leaves even more anticipation for the next book. Not only does it leave you off at an exciting part, but it is also about to unveil a mystery!

    Overall I am extremely impressed with Paladins and would recommend it to any teen or young adult. I can't wait for the third book.and his next series (hint, hint:)).

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