The True Believer (The Kinmark Saga Book 3)

The True Believer (The Kinmark Saga Book 3) Although Ahkdo And Kiv Find Themselves In Radically Different Situations, One A King And The Other A Captive, Their Choice Is The Same Will They Follow Their Deeply Held Principles Down Whatever Path They Lead, Or Will They Allow Themselves To Break Free Of The Chains That Bind Them On The Periphery Of Their Emotional Struggle, The Old Enemy Of The Kinmark Family Has Returned Will The Sons Of Guoryden Reunite Their Father S Kingdom And Stop That Dark Hand From Spreading Its Shadow Across A New Continent Will They Have Help From Those They Have Called Their Enemies Only Time Will Tell

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  • 264 pages
  • The True Believer (The Kinmark Saga Book 3)
  • Josh Brannan
  • English
  • 04 January 2017

9 thoughts on “The True Believer (The Kinmark Saga Book 3)

  1. says:

    I ve had the honor of following The Last Kinmark Saga since Book I I ve enjoyed the first two books so I was definitely looking forward to this book when Brannan presented it to me I must say, it was a wonderful installment to the saga There s a lot of drama in this book and other characters besides the two brothers that we love so much But much of The Kinmark Saga remains the same We have good old fashioned battles, betrayal, and plenty of twists and turns If you ve been following the series, then you won t be disappointed with Book III because it sticks so closely to the that gritty kingdom style that Brannan has mastered I bring up the kingdom style because I m a pretty big fan of fantasy but a lot of fantasy authors are actually medieval authors with a twist of magic or supernatural That s perfectly fine but I have to be honest, I m not too fond of that but The Last Kinmark Saga is a pretty decent exception One of the things I liked most about this book in particular was the message at the core The True Believer was all about principles What will Ahkdo and Kiv choose Will their circumstances play a part in their decisions Will they hold true to their foundation A lot of philosophy went into this book and I really appreciated the underlying messages between the lines I suspected there would be a bit emotion applied to this just from reading the title The True Believer is a book about tests and limits It demands that readers place themselves in the shoes of the characters and dare to say you would make a different decision from them As a Believer I often wonder what I m willing to put up with as I stand for my beliefs and principles but it was interesting to actually watch these fictional characters go through their struggles and see if they found their way down the right path in the end I m not saying this was a book all about Jesus but with a name like The True Believer I think I m justified in making a comparison Religion, philosophy, and morals aside, Book III holds up against its two predecessors in terms of world building and characterization The opening of the book was definitely my favorite part, I felt like it picked up where Book II left off Some authors may not be willing to take the chance of beginning a book in the middle of a conversation between two characters but I found it enjoyable and it made the characters seem alive Other than great detail, I think Brannan s writing in this particular book was strongest in terms of the characters Their thoughts and emotions were conveyed really well and each person remained in character, from the ones who stuck around from Book I to the side characters we met in passing I also have to compliment Brannan s organization In a book about war between families and kingdoms, it would be easy for anyone to get confused but I followed each event, twist and turn without a problem The dialogue was well written and helped explain a lot of the plot while character inner thoughts helped carry the story from page to page paired with detailed writing of course I think Brannan did a great job in this book and I would highly recommend it to readers of all ages and interests If you like adventure, fantasy, and a book with strong character bonds then this is definitely something you will find great enjoyment I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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