Kingdom’s Dawn by Chuck Black

Kingdom’s Dawn by Chuck Black

  • Spirituality -- High
  • Romance -- None
  • Violence -- Moderate

Although a simple farmer’s son, Sixteen-year-old Leinad trains with his father to become an expert swordsman. His sense that he is destined for something special is realized when the evil marauder, Lucius, kills Leinad’s father and burns their farm to the ground. With the help of the silent warrior, Gabrik, Leinad rescues his adopted sister and escapes but not before swearing allegiance to the true King and being quested to discover the promise… With valor, chivalry, faith, and the clash of sword on sword, Leinad begins his epic journey and battle with evil.
Kingdom Dawn delivers a rich biblical allegory where the hero assumes the role of Adam’s righteous son, Seth, and then successive roles as he begins a journey echoing God’s plan of redemption of Humankind—and Satan’s attempts to thwart that plan throughout history.
Chuck Black’s fascinating plot, high action, and fast pace will rivet reader’s attention, both young and old. It’s also a short book (145 pages) and yet includes excellent and challenging bible study questions in the back—happily with answers following. This would be a great book for a small group, individual or family study with five more books in the series for follow-up.

Age Range: 10 and up

Genre: Fantasy, Speculative

Multnomah 2006

Book 1 of 6 in the Kingdom Series

Available: Amazon, Barnes & Noble  Also ask for this book at your local library



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