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Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Kathryn Mackel
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.44 (inches)
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Series: Birthright Project
A new ark. An ancient enemy. Young warriors fighting the darkness.
Delivered through the polar ice by a whale, their journey is nothing short of miraculous and their mission is nothing short of impossible. Their quest is to reclaim God's birthright and preserve the original creation that is being mutated out of existence.
This daring team roams the blighted earth. They are Outriders, young warriors who wield swords and wits to protect the birthrighter camps.
When rookie birthrighters arrive from the Ark, however, the battle turns into something no one expected. Not only must they battle the merciless warload Alrod and his horde of gigantic mutants, but a new and more powerful enemy has revealed itself, a darkness that threatens to destroy the world they've been charged to save.
Book One in an unforgettable new series...a fantasy thriller with a heart of faith and an irresistible spirit of adventure.
Fantasy lover5 Stars Out Of 5January 22, 2010Fantasy loverTHis is a great book with a wonderful storyline and amazing, well written characters, spiritual warfare, and a great christian message. It's been a while since I have found a fantasy I was so into. The bigggest problem? so far there are only two and a third might not be published. There are way too many loose ends that haven't been sewn up (see my review on Trackers for more details). I don't like not knowing and hope that more books are published soon so that all those loose ends will be sewn together and stop driving me crazy.
MicheleHelkenn5 Stars Out Of 5July 8, 2008MicheleHelkennBoth of the books in this series are amazing! I loved them so much and they really made an long-lasting impact on me. The only sad thing is that there aren't more of them!!!
Andrea Jessee4 Stars Out Of 5March 10, 2008Andrea JesseeI wasn't sure if I would like the book when I first started reading it, but then I felt like I got to know the characters and the storyline was very interesting. I did not want to put the book down because I was captivated. I could picture in my mind what was happening and could follow the story without going back to see if I had missed anything. I can't wait to read the second one, and will continue to look for others.