Kingdom's Hopeby Chuck Black
Series: The Kingdom Series #2
160 pages, Fantasy
Reviewed by Aslie
Great example of good 21st century Christian writing.
PlotThis book picks up where Dawn left off. Leinad comes back to rescue the enslaved, somewhat like the rescue of the Israelite people in Exodus. He must fight as the Knight of the King and defeat the evil Farrios in order to free the slaves and lead them to liberty.
MoralityGreat moral center in the book. Leinad encourages the people to follow the King and the code. It also shows how bad choices can give way to bad consequences.
Spiritual ContentGreat spiritual messages in this book. The main emphasis is on trusting the King (who represents God) and obeying Him only.
ViolenceSome sword violence and dragon violence but it isn't graphic.
Drug and Alcohol ContentNone.
Crude or Profane Language or ContentNone.
ConclusionThis is, once again, a very good book for any age and a good book to do Sunday school lessons with since there are discussion questions and answers in the back of the book.
|Written for Age:||13+|
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