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When a dark plot to undermine the security of the elven nation emerges, Captain Vinyanel Ecleriast must decide. Will he allow his contentious relationship with his half-elven mentor, the Prophetess Veranna, to interfere with his sworn duty to protect his people and his homeland?

Newly ordained as the future High Commander of the First Airborne Division of the Elven Cavalry,
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Published 2011 by Diminished Media Group
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J.L. Mbewe
Divine Summons is a great read. I first came across this story at Digital Dragon Magazine, but life was just too crazy for me to keep coming back to finish it. So when I heard that it was going to be published in its entirety, I knew I had to get it. It's engaging, fresh and very well written. I love its humor. The main characters are flawed yet have redeeming qualities. The story world has depth, but does not overwhelm you with foreign concepts, words, etc. Looking forward to seeing what happen ...more
Timothy Stone
I asked a friend, and Christian author, what books she would recommend for someone who was eager to read more Christian fantasy or other Christian speculative fiction. She recommended to me a few suggestions, one of which was to try reading the books by author Rebecca Minor. I took her up on the advice, and am glad I did.

In Divine Summons: Book One of The Windrider Saga, Minor has woven a very believable and engrossing character-driven story. The essentials to the story are that there are sever
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Cindy
At two hundred fifty years old, who expects a drastic change in lifestyles? Captain Vinyanel Ecleriast has confidence in his ability and certainty of purpose. That changes when he meets up with a half-elven prophetess and a massive silver dragon. A man of action, he's now constrained to listen to lectures on old teachings in between lessons of how to stay astride a dragon in flight. Vinyanel has a lot to learn and many of the lessons are brutally unpleasant.

Windrider Part I: Divine Summons is a
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H.A. Titus
STORYLINE: When a dark plot to undermine the security of the elven nation emerges, Captain Vinyanel Ecleriast must decide. Will he allow his contentious relationship with his half-elven mentor, the Prophetess Veranna, to interfere with his sworn duty to protect his people and his homeland? Newly ordained as the future High Commander of the First Airborne Division of the Elven Cavalry, Vinyanel sets off astride his new mount—a silver dragon—to intervene before the elves’ enemies disappear into th ...more
Kristen Stieffel
This adventure story is centered around a couple of charming characters who are just annoying enough to be realistic, without being so annoying you don't want to spend time with them.

The funny thing is, as Vinyanel and Veranna annoy the blazes out of each other, they don't seem to realize that they're both annoying for the same reason: arrogance. Fortunately they have the level-headed Majetrin, whose gravitas anchors them -- and the story. And since Vinyanel and Veranna both excel in their own w
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Ralene
I enjoyed the first book of the The Windrider series. It was exciting and quick-paced. It felt a little rushed overall, but still enjoyable. Rebecca brings her characters to life and pulls the reader in with an engaging plot.
Scot Eaton
It's not bad, for an independent author, but also not good. After 200 pages, I had had my fill. The writing is overly flowery, and the characters are archetypal without feeling like they have any blood in their veins.
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