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Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.44 (inches)
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Series: Birthright Project
Far from home in a ravaged world, the Birthrighters struggle for survival.
Raised in a new ark beneath polar ice, delivered by whales to a blighted surface, the young men and women of the Birthright Project have pledged their lives to a risky and redemptive mission--perserving God's original creation from the ravages of the Endless Wars and human depravity.
They've roamed the earth tracking original species. They've successfully battled sorcerers, warlords, and armies of mutants. But now a twisted new enemy is on the march. An explosive old secret lurks beneath the glitter of a decadent city. And the mysterious darkness that swallowed a mountain spreads toward an innocent mill town.
Before they can prevail, the Birthrighters must confront their most difficult challenge: overcoming their individual desires that threaten to betray the group.
The adventure draws to a dramatic close in Book Two of Kathryn Mackel's imaginative and absorbing Birthright Series...a fantasy thriller with a heart of faith.
RadioladyToronto, OntarioAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5August 4, 2013RadioladyToronto, OntarioAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Trackers could be the never-ending story that I would be delighted to pick up every day. In a world of wizards, birthrighters, and transmogrified beasts, its a battle of good and evil right to the edge of the cliff. But its not quite over. I would love for another sequel to follow because Kathryn Mackel's imagination is a wild and fascinating place to visit.
Fantasy lover5 Stars Out Of 5January 22, 2010Fantasy loverThis is a beautifully written book with wonderful,heartfelt characters and an amazing and original story. Kathryn Macken lacks for nothing in this amazing story. IT has action, adventure, spiritual warfare, strong dialogue, and wonderfully made characters. So why did I only give it four and a half stars? Because no one knows if the third book in the series will ever be forthcoming. I certainly hope it does. This book has way too many loose ends like: Does Ghedo ever go through with the plans being created througout the story? What happened to Gabe and Anastasia? Did they escape? Will Alrod be defeated? What will happen to Merrihana? What will Timothy do and will he and Dawnray escape? Will something bad happen and the Ark leave its safe haven under the ice as the possibility was mentioned in book one? What happened to the people of the lost birthrighter colony and will they be found or escape? Way too many questions at the end of the story. So few answers.