Akabe of Siphra is certain his people are insane.
Why have they made him a king?
What, in the name of peacetime boredom do kings do?
Frustrated by a lengthy silence from his Creator, the Infinite, Akabe decides to prove himself as king by undertaking a monumental task, his own lifelong dream: Rebuild the Infinite’s temple in Siphra.
But Akabe’s impulsive decision sweeps him into a storm of controversy. The Infinite’s enemies join forces in Siphra, and beyond, conspiring to destroy the emerging temple—and to kill their king and his mysterious new queen.
What an EPIC conclusion to an AMAZING series!!!
This series is the perfect combination of fantasy, action, romance, and biblical fiction.
In KING, Akabe is chosen by The Infinite to be King of Siphra. To me, in a lot of ways, Akabe’s story mirrors that of the story of David in the Bible…his uncertainty, his desire to rebuild the Holy House, his rushing ahead of the Infinite with his own plans.
I also loved seeing Ela & Kien again (from Prophet & Judge) and how these stories and characters all link together.
I give KING by RJ Larson *****5/5 STARS*****
KING is the 3rd book in a series and I would highly recommend reading Books 1 & 2 (PROPHET & JUDGE) before delving into the third installment.
R.J. Larson is the author of numerous devotionals featured in publications such as Women’s Devotional Bible and Seasons of a Woman’s Heart. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with her husband and their two sons. Prophet marks her debut in the fantasy genre.
July 22 – August 16
Print copy of Prophet, Judge & King. USA, Canada, UK only.
Kien (Judge cover) is the original owner of the map… the scrolling mimics his sword…