In books 1 and 2 of the Chiveis Trilogy, The Sword and The Gift, Teo and Ana find the Old and New Testaments, which had been lost for centuries. Their discoveries lead to new friendships and renewed faith within a small band of men and women working to spread the knowledge of the one true God. But now an ancient pact has united enemies of the Christian faith. Through the discovery of a powerful military technology, this dark alliance now threatens to consume the known world. Teo and Ana learn of the nefarious plot, and against overwhelming odds race to stay one step ahead of their enemies, traversing stormy seas, dangerous cities, and smoldering volcanoes. As armies begin to mass for a final battle, the odds seem to favor the forces of evil, and Teo and Ana will have to fight for faith when all hope has been lost. In the final book of the Chiveis Trilogy, Litfin takes readers on a journey filled with peril, faraway lands, and adventure. Men and women alike will enjoy the fast-paced narrative, imaginative plot, and vivid descriptions of this master storyteller.
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by Bryan M. Litfin
by Michael Robotham
by Alexander McCall Smith
by Muriel Spark
by Nevil Shute
by Diana Gabaldon
by Carolly Erickson
by Michael Phillips, Judith Pella
by Marion Zimmer Bradley
by Ruth Rendell
"Ray Porter's skillful narration, delivered with chilling authenticity, captures a post-nuclear world without technology and modern conveniences in the epic conclusion to the Chiveis Trilogy. His portrayal of war, kidnapping, human sacrifice, exiles, monstrous villains, Christian faith, and the discovery of the Sacred Writings of the one true God is filled with suspense as armies gather for a final battle. He richly characterizes engaging and loveable Teo, an army captain, and Ana, a farmer's daughter, with a versatile vocal range and skill. Multiple plot twists, underworld powers, and cliff-hanger surprises keep listeners tuned in. This is listed for ages 13-19, but strong scenes of sexual seduction with the High Priestess make it more suitable for older teens. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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