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Cordillera: The Wayward Kin

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The Liberator's War has ended. King Landri Altard now reigns in the postrevolution Kingdom of Cordillera. With the unexpected death of his wife,
Landri is forced to place his infant sons in the care of his most trusted allies. An early betrayal puts the identities of the young princes into question as well as others' allegiance to the Crown. This epic tale follows the live
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Paperback, 222 pages
Published June 10th 2013 by Silver Tongue Press (first published June 4th 2013)
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Rhonda
4 STARS

This is a coming of age story for two brothers who don't know their past or who they really are. While they are growing up they move to different areas of Cordillera and have different experiences with different guardians.
Their father is a King who became King by a revolution to overthrow a dangerous leader. His wife has died now so he meets with his trusted advisors it is decided that each will take the boys into their homes for three years and train them and pass them to the next man.
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Jesse Kimmel-Freeman
What happens next? That is what I am left saying! I spent the last 16 years with these boys and now I don't know what happens! YOU MUST WRITE THE SEQUEL AND QUICKLY!

I loved this book. It's broken down in their three year sections and you get to know each of these amazing guardians that the boys are faced with. Each one offers their own strengthens and weaknesses to teach the boys. If you're a good reader, then maybe you'll get some of the lessons out of it yourself.

The character arcs are great a
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L. Benedict Dunn IV
Full disclose: I wrote this. Still, it's the greatest thing since Crystal Clear Pepsi. Give it a try.
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