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As the battle approaches, Owen remembers the words, Some may trust in their strength, in their weaponry, in their number of soldiers, but I will trust in the love of my father, who delights in crushing the mighty by using the weak. He will defeat the enemy with the good-hearted friends he has given. Witness the final battle in this conclusion to the Wormling series! Recommended for ages 10 to 14.
Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 7.25 X 5.25 (inches)
Booklover45 Stars Out Of 5An amazing wrap up to an excellent seriesJune 19, 2011Booklover4Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was amazing and really was the best book out of the whole series! Not only did it wrap up the entire series very satisfactorily, it went so deep. There was just so much emotion and depth to the story, you just couldn't help cry at the Son's actions. This book really captured the sacrificial love of God in such a beautiful way.
Of course the book had it's flaws, as all things do since the Fall, and a couple confusing moments, but in all, it was a great read. I'd recommend this book to any person from 9 to 15, or just anyone with a passion for scriptures represented in a fun, captivating way.
Marie HerronCaliforniaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5January 12, 2009Marie HerronCaliforniaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleI have already purchased the first (3) series for my 11 year old son and he was just so captivated with the first (3) series, I ended up ordering the 4th and 5th books and he just as interested as the first three. A side from his regular reading of the Bible, he's not normally what you would call an avid reader, but for some reason he is absolutely intrigued with the Jerry Jenkins' Wormling Series.
Claudia Collins5 Stars Out Of 5September 9, 2008Claudia CollinsMy 12 year old grandson enjoyed the book very much and could hardly put it down. He said only those who are into fantasy literature would appreciate it the way he did.
A Hamilton5 Stars Out Of 5August 22, 2008A HamiltonThis was the best book in the series! The parallels between the main character and Jesus are really striking and eye-opening. I read this in order to check on what my son was reading. It was recommended Summer Reading by Focus on the Family. This series is very much a page-turner, and has a lot of Biblical parallels. The hero is very likable and the evil is clearly portrayed as such. I couldn't put it down, the story gripped me so much. Lots of plot twists and surprises, (though grownups might be able to see through some of them). Book # 5 is the culmination of everything that has been going on, and all the loose ends get tied up neatly and happily; some battle descriptions, some might be too gory for sensitive children (parents, you know your kids). Highly recommended for ages 9-14 or so.
Paige Ward5 Stars Out Of 5February 29, 2008Paige WardWow! That's all I can really think to say! If you're looking for adventure and excitement lerking around every corner, make sure you try this series! Meaghan 14