I sit here after having finished this story, absolutely stunned. I really, really enjoyed this. It's short and simple and has God all throughout it--which is always a win to me. I love the Bible verses throughout and how they related to the situations these characters were going through. The book could have been longer, but at the same time, I really liked that it was short and sweet and to the point. This is a wonderful story and I thoroughly enjoyed it. 5 stars.
The faith of the people is fading. The Followers, who pledged an undying confidence in the Forever One and whom destiny had preserved to become slayers of the giant Dragon of Darkness, are now questioning that faith and its relevance to their lives.
But all is not yet lost. From a distant land, six travelers cross mountains and rivers to arrive in the town, determined to reignite the passion of the people for the Forever One.
Four brothers, Nikolaos, Vassilis, Topher, Michalis, and Yiannis, and their sister, Kleopatra, their faith is as unshakeable as their trust in each other and despite the gathering danger they face, they are prepared to face it as they instill a renewed belief in the people that the Word of the Forever One is still of value.
But when Mathias, a disguised persecutor from another town, is placed firmly in the line of danger, what, if anything, can be done to protect him? And can the Followers prevail and return peace to the land of Perea?
Part one of The Invisible Sword of Flames takes you on a journey like never before. A twisting, turning adventure, packed with divine power, mystery, and the will of true believers.
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