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The Sword (Chiveis Trilogy, Book #1)

A Novel (Book 1)

Series Chiveis Trilogy
Author Bryan M. Litfin
Narrator Ray Porter
Runtime 14.6 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date April 11, 2012
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

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This novel of page-turning action and adventure poses the question, "If a society had no knowledge of Christianity, and then a Bible were discovered, what would happen?" Four hundred years after a deadly virus and nuclear war destroyed the modern world, a new and noble civilization emerges. In this kingdom, called Chiveis, snow-capped mountains provide protection, and fields and livestock provide food. The people live medieval-style lives, with almost no knowledge of the "ancient" world. Safe in their natural stronghold, the Chiveisi have everything they need, even their own religion. Christianity has been forgotten--until a young army scout comes across a strange book. With that discovery, this work of speculative fiction takes readers on a journey that encompasses adventure, romance, and the revelation of the one true God. Through compelling narrative and powerful character development, The Sword speaks to God's goodness, his refusal to tolerate sin, man's need to bow before him, and the eternality and power of his Word. Fantasy and adventure readers will be hooked by this first book in a forthcoming trilogy.

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***Warning: This audiobook may contain offensive content***


This novel of page-turning action and adventure poses the question, "If a society had no knowledge of Christianity, and then a Bible were discovered, what would happen?" Four hundred years after a deadly virus and nuclear war destroyed the modern world, a new and noble civilization emerges. In this kingdom, called Chiveis, snow-capped mountains provide protection, and fields and livestock provide food. The people live medieval-style lives, with almost no knowledge of the "ancient" world. Safe in their natural stronghold, the Chiveisi have everything they need, even their own religion. Christianity has been forgotten--until a young army scout comes across a strange book. With that discovery, this work of speculative fiction takes readers on a journey that encompasses adventure, romance, and the revelation of the one true God. Through compelling narrative and powerful character development, The Sword speaks to God's goodness, his refusal to tolerate sin, man's need to bow before him, and the eternality and power of his Word. Fantasy and adventure readers will be hooked by this first book in a forthcoming trilogy.

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Keep listening, you'll get hooked.
Great series. A bit long-winded at times, but we became drawn into the story and couldn't stop until we finished all 3 books. The premise of a post-nuclear earth was very interesting and captured our imagination quickly, although there are some illogical aspects that the author clearly didn't think through. The hero and heroine are a bit too perfect, but hey, you still end up rooting for them and we became very invested in hearing more of their story. Would recommend this book for 18+ years because of the licentiousness of the culture the book is set in.
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Review by / (Posted on 5/28/2018)
Great story, with lots of suspense . will suggest parents to listen to it to see if their family can handle it. but other than that, it really will start conversations with your teens to see where their heart is.
wow! that's all I can say. it leaves you wanting more. I am giving four instead of five stars because the description of the darkness in the town was a little to much, but yet was also a reminder of why we so desperately need a savior. I love the voice of the reader, he really put you in the story.
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Review by / (Posted on 4/21/2018)
Inspirational
I loved this book. It increases my faith.
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