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Throughout his search for the King's Son, Owen has been eager to see who will be the one to unite the Highlands and Lowlands. Once Owen discovers his identity, will the Son be ready for the challenge? Will he be prepared to battle the Dragon and win? Recommended for ages 10 to 14.
Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 7.25 X 5.25 (inches)
Cherie Jones5 Stars Out Of 5January 21, 2010Cherie JonesI brought this series for my daughter and read it myself and loved it. I couldn't wait to get into the next book.
A Hamilton4 Stars Out Of 5August 22, 2008A HamiltonI 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 # 4 reveals more secrets and keeps you coming back for more; some battle descriptions, but nothing too gory. Highly recommended for ages 9-14 or so. Younger kids might get scared of some of the characters.
Paige Ward5 Stars Out Of 5February 29, 2008Paige WardI thought that this was a really great book! The adventure and mystery keeps you on the edge of your seat. Meaghan 14
Rebecca Stanford5 Stars Out Of 5February 23, 2008Rebecca StanfordThe Minions of time is awesome!It was pretty cool that Mordeci actually started following the King!It just goes to show you the extent of God's forgiveness and that once we ask for His forgiveness we need to forgive ourselves to and just let it go knowing that your forgiven. The one part I did not like was Connies friend who can tell the future because she was pretty much right about Connies future. It was good that Connie didn't believe her. Anyways I give it two thumbs up!!!