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ISBN: 1598593854
Author: Andy Turvey,Chuck Black
Language: English
Publisher: Oasis Audio; Unabridged, Multi-voice dramatized edition (April 1, 2008)
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Young Adults
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 352
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Size ePub: 1302 kb
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Kingdom's Dawn: Kingdom's Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook. 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.

Kingdom's Dawn: Kingdom's Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook. 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.

I did not know what to expect from Chuck Black book. That is not the case here

I did not know what to expect from Chuck Black book.

Kingdom's Edge is an action/adventure allegory of the life of Christ in which swords, knights and battles are biblically . Will Cedric and his fellow brothers-in-arms be ready? Book 3 in the Kingdom series.

Kingdom's Edge is an action/adventure allegory of the life of Christ in which swords, knights and battles are biblically symbolic. It is told by Cedric, a young peasant who is doomed to a life of hopelessness and despair, until he meets the "stranger. The stranger takes Cedric under his tutelage and trains him in the art of the sword, for this man is a true "Master of the Sword. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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 Call: Kingdom Series, Book 4. Kingdom's Quest: Kingdom Series Chuck Black.

Kingdom's Series, Book 1. By: Chuck Black. Narrated by: Andy Turvey. Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins. Kingdom's Edge is an action/adventure allegory of the life of Christ in which swords, knights and battles are biblically symbolic

Kingdom's Series, Book 1. Kingdom's Edge is an action/adventure allegory of the life of Christ in which swords, knights and battles are biblically symbolic.

Title: Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series By: Chuck Black Format . Story Behind the Book

Title: Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series By: Chuck Black Format: Paperback Vendor: Multnomah Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: . 4 X . 8 (inches). ISBN: 1590526813 ISBN-13: 9781590526811 Ages: 8-12 Series: Kingdom Stock No: YG526811. Story Behind the Book. When my six kids’ eyes glossed over during a reading from the Bible, I paused to explain the significance of redemption to a sin-sick soul. I was rewarded with patronizing elephant nods and more blank stares. 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.

Narrated by Andy Turvey. For Cedric of Chessington, every day is the same: full of poverty and despair. And he knows that will never change.

The Old Kingdom, or Abhorsen in North America, is a fantasy series written by Australian author Garth Nix. It originated in 1995 with the novel Sabriel and has continued in the novels Lirael (2001) and Abhorsen (2003). The Old Kingdom also consists of the novella The Creature in the Case (2005) and other short fiction.

Kingdom's Edge continues the Kingdom series with exciting action and inspiring, heroic choices. The author of the book is Chuck Black

A Riveting Medieval Parallel to the Bible Good and evil clash. Kingdom's Edge continues the Kingdom series with exciting action and inspiring, heroic choices. The author of the book is Chuck Black. The main idea of kingdoms edge is the sequel to kingdoms hope where the main character lenid and tess are in slaved and they break free with all the other slaves.

That’s what Chuck Black has achieved in his Kingdom Series, an allegory of the whole Bible told in a medieval format of noble knights and . published by Multnomah Books.

That’s what Chuck Black has achieved in his Kingdom Series, an allegory of the whole Bible told in a medieval format of noble knights and scathing sword fights, quests and dragons, betrayal and final victory by the true Prince over the Dark Knight. author of the Trailblazer novels. Take up the sword handed to you and boldly carry it through the pages of Chuck Black’s Kingdom Series. Published in association with The Steve Laube Agency, LLC, 5501 North Seventh Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013.

For Cedric of Chessington, every day is the same: full of poverty and despair.  And he knows that will never change.  Or so he thinks.  Then a stranger comes to the city.  Drawn to the man’s mysterious ways, Cedric discovers the stranger’s humility belies great strength and wisdom.  That’s when an astounding truth becomes clear – the stranger is a Master of the Sword, and He is there to train Cedric.  Suddenly propelled into a desperate battle against evil, Cedric must rely on the Master’s training if he is going to survive.  But the ultimate battle is yet to come, for the Dark Knight is at work, implementing his plan to take over the kingdom.  Will Cedric be ready to stand in the face of pure evil?  Journey to Arrethtrae in this multi-voice dramatization, where the King and His Son implement a bold plan to save their kingdom; where courage, faith, and loyalty stand tall in the face of opposition; where good will not bow to evil; and where hope and compassion are as powerful weapons as the sword.

Comments:

Itiannta
As we once again go back in time, Cedric of Chessington gives us the prologue. Time has moved on a little in the main book with Leinad, the major character of Books 1 and 2, now being an old man. Cedric, a peasant at that time, is not sure whether Leinad's tales of old are true of if Leinad is insane like some others believe. The Noble Knights of the time are comparable to the Pharisees. Poverty is everywhere and so is hypocrisy. Cedric and William meet an old man. Who is he? Although he looks poor he doesn't act like it. When a girl is caught stealing and her hand ordered to be cut off, the stranger steps in with his sword! Who is he? The son of the King!

Who does the Prince call? The Noble Knights? No! He calls Cedric, William and others willing to serve him. Allegorically we are now in the New Testament. The opening is definitely not as exciting as the first two books plus we have to deal with the sadness of losing Leinad to his well-earned place across the sea. The book does pick up though. The Prince is training his knights (disciples). He starts with the sword and then on to the shield (Ephesians). Very easy to see the allegorical symbols for Jesus: little children coming to him, feeding the thousands etc.

Following the Prince's death and resurrection there is despair on behalf of the knights. Commissioned to train more knights, Cedric and William are nearly killed in the city of Chandril where the people are extremely hostile. Saved by two Silent Warriors, Keef and Ramon, this is where Keef tells the story of the Dark Knight's fall and the fight between him and the Prince.

What happens when Alexander Histen, the governor, take control of the people? Most people believe him when he says it is necessary!

Well-written, third book in the series for youngsters. Plenty of action to keep a high elementary/middle schooler wanting to read more. Yes, there is violence but that is the nature of the story. It is made very clear who has won the ultimate victory. We read this aloud on our Kindle. There are questions (and answers) available for each chapter. In the paperback version these are very easy to access BUT on the Kindle it is a pain as there is no link at the end of each chapter so you have to go to the beginning of the section and scroll through to the chapter that you want. It would be great if this feature could be improved. Thanks, Liz
Breder
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.
Hadadel
"The Kingdom Series" is an extraordinary collection of books that vibrantly relate the story of God and His Son's love for all humanity. Chuck Black is a gifted author who presents the marvelous Gospel in a compelling manner that appeals to both children and adults alike. I am 26, and even though these novels are purported to be for children, they still have the power to inspire me. Some readers of fantasy may want more complex stories, but Black's writing is simple enough that his message can be understood by all.

In the third installment of the series, Cedric, a peasant in the city of Chesington in the Kingdom of Arrethtrae, is about to embark upon the most perelous journey imaginable. Arrethtrae is ruled by "The Noble Knights," leaders who have sworn to uphold "The King" and his "Code." However, "The Noble Knights" have been poisoned by their own lust for power, and thus Arrethtrae suffers from oppression and sorrow. Into the midst of this turmoil, a mysterious stranger, (a peasant in appearance but more than he seems), comes forth. The stranger claims to be "The Son of the King." He is an expert swordsman, and he offers freedom to Arrethtrae's people. Cedric is chosen to become a knight in the stranger's service along with other unlikely men. The men are trained in preparation for a battle against "The Dark Knight Lucius," and his followers. What results is a danger-filled quest where freedom must come at a terrible price.

Chuck Black recreats the events of Jesus' life, and retells the story of the formation of the Church. He is particularly gifted at illustrating the truth of spiritual warfare. Once again, the audio addition of this book is narrated by Andrew Turley and Dawn Marshall. These British narrators infuse life into the excellent novel. You will be moved, and you will be inspired to proclaim Christ's love to others. Happy reading, and God bless.
Naktilar
On the back of the book it says it is supposed to be for teenagers. I enjoy a lot of 'young adult' fiction, so bought this book. Frankly, it's written more for pre-teens, maybe 8- to 12-year-olds. The language and writing is very simplistic for teenagers. I do think a pre-teen could really enjoy it, though.

In my reviews of the first two books, I complained about how the author didn't do a good job making this book a true allegory, which he clearly wanted it to be. This book, however, is very good in both the writing and in the allegory. I think it helped that he let the allegory be looser (less 'this is this event!!') and each chacter represent one group of people or one person instead of changing what the character represents throughout the story.

I would recommend this book to young adults and am going to give this book to my church's "Knights of the Cross" 4th and 5th grader Sunday school program as a prize gift.

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