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Multnomah Books Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3

For Cedric, every day is the same: full of poverty and despair. And he knows that will never change. But then a stranger comes to the city. Drawn to the man's mysterious ways, Cedric discovers the stranger's humility belies great strength and wisdom. That's when an astounding truth becomes clear - the stranger is a Master of the Sword, and He is there to train Cedric to face pure evil. Includes discussion questions and is a great resource for ages 8 to 12.
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Customer Reviews for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
Review 1 for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
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Date:June 6, 2010
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Chandravir Ahuja
This book is great, bible wise and also story wise. It is interesting how all the characters represent so many different biblical characters/stories like how in book 1 there is Adam and Eve, Noah's ark, Paul's stoning so on, so forth but in craftily disguised ways.This book is possibly my favorite of the whole series, on the topic of how Jesus came to the earth until the so called "Noble Knights" (the pharisees) killed him. The discussion questions really make you think and read the bible as well. This book is highly recommended to ANYONE over 8 years old.
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Review 2 for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
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Date:January 27, 2010
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Isabel Kasparie
My 12 year old daughter, really enjoyed these series. Got them for her for Christmas. Read them myself and enjoyed the book, especially like his question and answers in the back of the book.
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Review 3 for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
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Date:November 11, 2009
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Jack Jennaway
I admit I was annoyed when Leinad was no longer the main character, but as I kept reading, I liked where it was going. Even so, I thought the biblical referances were too obvious, It doesn't leave mutch to think about, and that goes for all of the 6 books.
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Review 4 for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
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Date:July 26, 2009
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John3v36
From one of my favorite series! Great for reading aloud with the family. The kids enjoy reading them on their own. They are a great flight of the imagination and full of suspense, action, and drama. On top of being incredible fantasy stories, these books contain very clear allegory which can easily be related back to passages from the Bibleeven by our 8 year old. The series takes you through the whole Bible in only a few characters. Definitely a must-read from age 8 to 80!
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Review 5 for Kingdom's Edge, Kingdom Series #3
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Date:October 13, 2006
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T Simpson
After reading the first two and moving on into this book we greatly appreciated the writers constant movement in these series, he keeps you involved with each page. My children and I loved each book and the conversations that took place while we were reading these books were awesome and the kids greatly enjoyed each of them and are excited about the next 3 that are coming. I highly recommend these books!
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