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The Thorn by Daron D. Fraley
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Sep 08, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: first-reads, paper-back-or-hardback-and-ebook, bible-christian-fiction, speculative-fiction
Read from October 29 to November 09, 2010

First reads.
A story that has two goals: the main character wants peace between the three tribes and the tribe of Daniel is waiting to give the scepter and sword to the one that is said to come to Gan. In the story it’s self you will hear talk of peace, forgiveness, and working together to stop the war start by the emperor of the Gideonites. The book can be divided into three parts them (Jonathan, Eli, and Pekah) going to see the emperor base on a vision stopping General Rezon from continuing the war, and the aftermath.
The book was a lot like reading a story from the bible, with the names and the feeling of the story. It was also like I was traveling with them as they went on their journey of bring peace to the tribes and the events that unfolded.
Inside the book is acknowledgements, a glossary, the tribes, the characters in the book, and a map. The chapters in the book were from short to average so most of the time it will feel like one is reading faster then they are. The last chapter is a sneak peek of the second book.
The e-book is version is 171 pages compare to the paperback version which is 297 pages. Both have the same stuff in there, just a different font.

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