Blood Of The Righteous

Blood Of The Righteous

by J. E. Sandoval
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Blood Of The Righteous by J. E. Sandoval

Your younger brother, thought murdered with the rest of your family four years, might be alive. How far would you go?

This is the conflict faced by Gabriel Ki Kalendeen, a knight in service to the church. He and his sister Eleenia, a brilliant healer, set off on a quest to find out the truth about their brother David, and to find the identity of those who spilled the blood of the righteous.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045094290
Publisher: J. E. Sandoval
Publication date: 06/10/2012
Series: Ki Kalendeen Chronicles , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 325,895
File size: 435 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Jim Sandoval was a long time political blogger. Growing tired of the growing insanity on both sides of the aisle, he turned his talents towards fiction. His first medieval adventure / fantasy novel, Blood Of The Righteous - Book 1 of the Ki Kalendeen Chronicles, was released in March of 2012. Seven books planned in the first series, followed by a trilogy set in the same world. He lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and son, and their Brobdingnagian 90 pound Basset Hound, Flash.

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Blood Of The Righteous 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am always so excited to actually read a book that is worth the time spent reading it. This story, while it does start out a little slow, really picks up. I enjoyed the characters as well. The author did a really great job with the vivid character development. I do look forward to book 2. There are side stories, however, with some of the characters.
Scissortail More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful book. It has many of the characteristics of the Game of Thrones series or Lord of the Rings which make it great. I looked forward to the next time I got to pick it up and read further. And, when I got to the end, I was sad that there wasn't any more to read. I am ready to start on the next book. I really enjoyed seeing Christianity placed into a fantasy novel in a positive way. Never fear -- the "real" world is included as there are bad Christians in the list of characters, too. The few criticisms I have are minor. There are some errors -- either typographical or the wrong homonym. And the "leg" measurement was always distracting.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
874 nook pages. Starts outslow, but get very exciting later on. The contrast in their adventures, keep you reading till the last page.
Espresso_Chick More than 1 year ago
Quite an adventure! Excellent read with great plot and character development! It takes the reader on a journey through several different walks of life with a believable enemy to be reckoned with. I got completely caught up in this book, enjoying the viewpoints and adventures of characters on different paths. It's a pirate/medieval-kingdom/university-student/villain/royalty/merchant/commoner experience all wrapped up into one with believable plot lines and intersections of characters. I felt the author did a great job with not only dialogue and vernacular but also the depth of each character based on his/her level of life experience at the time. The spiritual warfare (good vs. evil) component reminded me a bit of "The Lord of the Rings"--not forced, but woven in realistically, where the evil felt very tangible, creating a beautiful tension. Readers will enjoy this book in its incredible descriptions: amazing meals, the landscape, the rocking at sea. I felt carried along from port to port and experienced this book as if I were walking along the shops bartering with David Tanner. J. E. Sandoval takes his readers on such an adventure, it leaves them eager to bury themselves deeply in the next books in the series. --Bonnie Lyn Smith, Author of "Not Just on Sundays: Seeking God's Purpose in Each New Day"
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I havnt read a book loke this in a long time.