The Seed of Seerling

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An act of compassion in her childhood forces Astril and several of her fellow Seerlings into slavery to the Harkans. Once she finds that her new owner is taking her to Augur, a priest in the service of the One True God, Astril seizes the opportunity to fulfill a promise to her beloved grandmother. Augur teaches her of true sacrifice and helps her to see clearly the horrors of her family line. Her new passion and belief push her further from her destiny to become the next High Priestess of the evil Great Goddess ...
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An act of compassion in her childhood forces Astril and several of her fellow Seerlings into slavery to the Harkans. Once she finds that her new owner is taking her to Augur, a priest in the service of the One True God, Astril seizes the opportunity to fulfill a promise to her beloved grandmother. Augur teaches her of true sacrifice and helps her to see clearly the horrors of her family line. Her new passion and belief push her further from her destiny to become the next High Priestess of the evil Great Goddess and into the saving arms of her new God. Meanwhile, Astril is haunted by her past and shocked to find out what her future as the Seed of Seerling will require.

Toren is in constant rebellion to his grandfather, King Kortan's plans for his future. After studying under Priest Augur for more than two harvests, the prince returns to Harkan ready to begin his service in the King's army. The unexpected capture of a group of Seerling soldiers brings back the memory of a kindness shown him as a child. Staring into the large, gray eyes of the Seerling girl, Toren is overwhelmed with a desire to protect her. His desire to protect his new slave leads him on a journey of self-discovery and true love. Toren faces the hardest decision of his life when he finds that her past will conflict with the future he has planned.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781933204659
  • Publisher: VMI Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/8/2008
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Amy K. Kennedy is a kidney transplant survivor and a former newspaper editor. She lives in Northern Illinois with her husband Dan, a Worship Pastor and their two sons.
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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    fanasty for youger women

    This book is a love story which will appeal especially to girls.

    As I started reading this book, Astril was just born and her mother "The Quees" dies. Isilian lives in the house but wants to go back home to her own mother and father. Her mother though that Isilian would be chosen as the High Priestess but that was not to be.


    The protagonist is Astril, a daughter of the High Priestess in a matriarchal society that is slave to a religion of human sacrifice. They are called the Seerlings. The neighboring enemy kingdom is a patriarchal society, some members of which follow the One True God. They are called the Harkonians.

    I am sorry to say but I did not get far into this book, I just could not grasp what they were doing. I think that a younger person may enjoy it better. It is well written the best I could tell and I tried my best to read it



    This book was sent to me by Bring It On Communications free for my honest review.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2008

    Awesome

    This book was awesome! I loved the way the writer transformed my mind to another world but still kept me grounded in fundamental Christian values. A great read!

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