Bryan M. Litfin
The Kingdom
February 11, 2020 Comments.. 923
The Kingdom Bryan M. Litfin Book Three in the Chiveis TrilogyWar and disease have destroyed the modern world Centuries later, feudal societies have arisen across Europe No one can remember the ancient religion of Christianity until an army captain and a farmer s daughter discover the Sacred Writing of the one true God.As Teo and Ana encounter the forgotten words of the holy book, they realize itsBook Three in the Chiveis TrilogyWar and disease have destroyed the modern world Centuries later, feudal societies have arisen across Europe No one can remember the ancient religion of Christianity until an army captain and a farmer s daughter discover the Sacred Writing of the one true God.As Teo and Ana encounter the forgotten words of the holy book, they realize its message is just what their kingdom needs Though exiled from their homeland, they join their hearts in a quest to return But now an ancient pact has united the enemies of the Christian faith into a dark alliance that threatens to consume the known world Racing to stay one step ahead of their enemies, Teo and Ana must battle heinous villains, stormy seas, and the powers of the underworld itself As armies begin to mass for a final battle, the odds favor the forces of evil Can Teo and Ana bring divine truth to Chiveis or will the Word of God fade from the earth forever. The Kingdom Book Three in the Chiveis TrilogyWar and disease have destroyed the modern world Centuries later feudal societies have arisen across Europe No one can remember the ancient religion of Christianity un
  • Title: The Kingdom
  • Author: Bryan M. Litfin
  • ISBN: 9781433525209
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Kathleen (Kat) Smith says:

      This book is the epic conclusion to the Chiveis Trilogy and if you haven t read the first two books in the series, I would highly recommend doing so before picking this one up It s like reading the Lord of the Rings trilogy and beginning with the Return of the King, you have to struggle a bit to understand it but you would enjoy it to read it from the beginning to understand where our main characters Teofil and Anastasia are at during this leg of the story.Overall, I really enjoy this genre of [...]

    2. Reanne says:

      The first two books in this series had titles that were almost entirely unrelated to the stories The sword in the first book was completely unimportant I don t even know what the gift in the second one was meant to be The title for this one seems equally vague, but seems to have marginally relation to the story I really think the author should have thought harder to come up with better titles.This book has some examples of characters making stupid decisions to advance the plot, like the last on [...]

    3. Jeremy Allen says:

      Epic

    4. Joleen says:

      This was an audiobook I listened to years ago It was creative, including a Christian method I don t remember a lot of it, but overall I do remember I enjoyed this series.Geared for a teen reader I d say.

    5. Justine says:

      Peace on earth will be achieved when the Promised King ushers in his reign Until then, peace is brought by the blood of brave men who stand up to oppression 200 201 This is a riveting conclusion to the trilogy.

    6. Sir Zesto says:

      A fantastic conclusion to a suspenseful trilogy that keeps you guessing and engaged throughout the entire story.

    7. Lori says:

      Great conclusion to a very enjoyable trilogy.

    8. Megan says:

      Can you imagine a place where the Bible has never been heard of and Christianity never preached At least in Teo and Ana s day, that s what the reader encounters As they get swept into this epic saga, readers find themselves in a land not unlike that of medieval society, except all traces of Christianity are suppressed and it is in fact not the Middle Ages but 400 years in the future What a refreshing view, to take a society who has never heard of the Bible and reintroduce Christianity How will t [...]

    9. Abigail says:

      I love how Bryan Litfin ended this AMAZING trilogy I wish there were

    10. Lisa Johnson says:

      Title The KingdomAuthor Bryan M LitfinYear 2012Pages 444Publisher CrosswayNote I received a complimentary copy for this honest review Other reviews can be located or requested at seekingwithallyurheartspo The year is 2042, and the known world has ended in what has been called The Great War of Destruction It started with chemical warfare that decimated populations along with technology When the dust settles, one man urges alliances with the main goal of eradicating Christianity This is very succe [...]

    11. Natalie Baker says:

      Dear Chivies Trilogy,You make me sad It s nothing personal, just that you represent to me the reality that Christian books, movies, music, etc leave me with so much to be desired in terms of quality Please, someone, write me a novel like this that is lacking the problems which I have to admit exist in this one.I will say that I nearly didn t read you after reading several reviews saying that was horrible , this is the worst book in the whole trilogy I didn t feel that way, though this time I opt [...]

    12. David Rollins says:

      The first book in the series was good, the second had quite a few problems that were hinted at in the first book This book lets all the problems of the first two books grow even The trilogy of stories has just too many scenes of near escape and of having the main character, Teo, jump between being beaten up and then becoming some sort of superman It is just too much for the reader, since the story devolves into something of a comic book story with turns of the story that seem wildly unrealistic [...]

    13. Handan says:

      SUMMARYTeo and Anastasia seem to be much closer to achieving her dream of returning to Chiveis with a completed New Testament, but Deus has other plans in mind, ones that send Teo towards Marsay on behalf of the Papa while Anastasia remains at a convent The Iron Shield and the High Priestess reforge the Pact initiated by Jeanluc Beaumont, bringing in Sessalay s Clan and the roving Germani together to rise up against Deus When Teo makes contact with the remnant from Chiveis, things are already in [...]

    14. Jason Mosher says:

      Missed it by that much.I was really looking forward to the conclusion of the Chiveis trilogy, but am pretty disappointed I agree with the reviewers who point out the significant lapses of time throughout the book, which make it feel very rushed Worst of all is that the rushed segments really don t need to be there except to provide a few opportunities for Teofil s tiresome just in time heroics, while the necessary parts of the story were crammed into the last 25% or so of the book, the details [...]

    15. Charli M. says:

      The KingdomBryan M Litfin447 pagesRealistic fiction or it could be fantasy This book, The Kingdom is the third book in the Chiveis Trilogy It is continuing the amazing adventures of Teofil of the fifth regiment and Anastasia of Edgeton They get in a heap of trouble in basically, every part and they get relief from their God named Deu or Deus in Chiveis speech He come in at a lot of good parts and he is supposed to be like our God And they find ancient writings about Deu and figures out that Oh w [...]

    16. Rebecca LuElla says:

      I really wanted to like this I d liked book two than book one, and hoped to find this conclusion of the trilogy to be the best of all It wasn t The characters remained flat The plot was predictable Problems were easily overcome so the end was never in doubt The stakes didn t seem realistically large And there were issues with the post apocalyptic setting I mean they could translate the entire Bible from one language to another in a matter of months even with computers that s a virtual impossibi [...]

    17. Tracy says:

      Ok I have to be honest here, I found this book very hard to get into I know that I would have really enjoyed this book but it just didn t catch my attention the first time through I found it difficult keeping characters names straight and what from this story relates to real life but with a different name Now I will be honest I did read this book fairly fast, and I have not read either book 1 or book 2 of this trilogy So I think that when things settle down here I will get my hands on the first [...]

    18. Chris says:

      This book was great and a very fitting ending I enjoyed it, with little to criticize it with Bryan Litfin s writing has improved greatly since The Sword view spoiler One problem I had was with the battle at the end I didn t think a war would be a good way to bring God to Cheveis I pictured a spiritual revival Besides that, they had other ways of overthrowing the High Preistess hide spoiler There are some other problems with it, but I ll leave it at that There are just too many ways to look at th [...]

    19. Gracie says:

      I really like the whole seriesbut it sometimes got really close to the line of too sexual Once or twice I about canceled the book, but the story kept me going If I hadn t of got hooked on it, I wouldn t have read it I do not recommend this book until you are older It can awaken some emotions that you shouldn t have until you re married.

    20. Stephanie - Adventures Thru Wonderland says:

      Cover Perfect Rating Up5 shining starsOverall An exciting endCharacters Well writtenPlot Will Teofil and Ana find a way to bring Deu to their homeland, and what other nasty surprises await them on the way Page Turner YesSeries Cont Finished RecommendYesSUMMARY 50 word or so Join Teofil and Anastasia one last time as they struggle to spread the Good News of Deu among friends, and making enemies along the way Will their faith be strong enough to withstand the followers of Astrabril Find out in thi [...]

    21. Will Taylor says:

      FinallyThis third book was too long getting to the ending A big fight and finish was expected but there were too many minor skirmishes in the middle I found myself skipping over them as the result was known so it was simply a delay I wondered if the various cities and phases were implying someplace or thing I knew but not informed to realize it But if the rest of the language made the historical leap past the major war, why couldn t the city name It was a good message about the Word of God and h [...]

    22. Sarah says:

      I just don t get this series The writing is mediocre on an eye rolling level, yet I couldn t help but get wrapped up in the plot by the end of each book Maybe the author should ve gone the James Patterson route and hired someone to flesh out his outline because the bare bones of the story is intriguing, but reading his clunky dialogue and obvious descriptions was a hardship Still, since I m seeing so many positive reviews I m wondering if fans of Christian suspense who are looking for something [...]

    23. Michael J says:

      I enjoyed it nice overall premise Plot and details were kinda stereotypical, though.SPOILERSDisappointed in the author s method for dispensing with mustard gas I see the symbolism of the wind, but it still somehow felt like cheating I didn t mind that he used the gas to kill the High Priestess I saw that one coming a mile away but the fact that the gas just got caught in an upward spiral and didn t harm a soul except Lewth felt like lazy storytelling.

    24. Michael says:

      I get the feeling that if you ran the hero through with a spear, he would still be ready to run a 5K while simultaneously disemboweling an entire army The misfortune the protagonists suffer is overwhelming and frustrating, particularly considering their inexplicable physical and emotional resilience But all can be made right in the end with a freak of nature accident.

    25. Sarah says:

      I absolutely LOVED this series Bryan M Litfin did an amazing job of storytelling in this dystopian adventure series It s wonderful story of the quest for truth The main characters face persecution and temptation, yet experience victory and joy on the way And that s all I m going to say about it because I ll end up telling the whole story.

    26. Jayde Deleeuw says:

      I just loved this series It was fantastic The ending was satisfactory and well written I would recommend it to any Christian particularly any young adult who likes a good fictional adventure story The characters were easy to love, the scenery and world is easy to imagine and you generally just get swept up in the exciting story

    27. Stephenia McGee says:

      I had been looking forward to this one for a long time, and was slightly let down after the face paced nature of the previous two books The story line is still incredibly good, but I felt this book was a little rushed, with long periods of time skipped over It is a must read for anyone who has read the previous two, but I felt the story was slightly forced in the third book.

    28. Venecia says:

      I was kind of disappointed that the religion they found was Catholicism By the end of the Kingdom the Catholic overtones were a little too much for me, reading it as I was from a Baptist perspective But the book is self is good Some of the narrow escapes were a little too convenient, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.

    29. Kelli says:

      A solid ending to a wonderful trilogy A little too perfect of an ending and the final battle was a bit too short for my liking especially considering the extreme evil they are trying to overcome I would recommend this entire trilogy.

    30. Sandie Beilfuss says:

      As a Christian I really enjoyed this series I enjoyed watching them learn about God and Jesus first through the Old Testament, and then the New It made me look at some passages and stories differently The adventures Teo and Ana went on were also enjoyable.

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