Ryann Watters And The King's Sword

Ryann Watters And The King s Sword In the quaint rural town of Mount Dora Florida a nighttime visit from the archangel Gabriel sends Ryann Watters on a quest to find the King s sword That same evening Ryann s adversary Drake Dunfel

  • Title: Ryann Watters And The King's Sword
  • Author: Eric Reinhold
  • ISBN: 9781599792880
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the quaint rural town of Mount Dora, Florida, a nighttime visit from the archangel Gabriel sends Ryann Watters on a quest to find the King s sword That same evening, Ryann s adversary, Drake Dunfellow, is chosen to stop him by a dark angel that fell from heaven Both boys are given powerful gifts from the angels to help them complete their tasks Caught between two worIn the quaint rural town of Mount Dora, Florida, a nighttime visit from the archangel Gabriel sends Ryann Watters on a quest to find the King s sword That same evening, Ryann s adversary, Drake Dunfellow, is chosen to stop him by a dark angel that fell from heaven Both boys are given powerful gifts from the angels to help them complete their tasks Caught between two worlds, Ryann and his friends Liddy and Terell struggle to unravel the mystery of the sword s location at home and in the heavenly land of Aeliana, where they seek help from mythical creatures and talking animals Readers will enter the worlds of spiritual warfare and fantasy, where the real and unreal converge, good and evil clash, and only one side emerges victorious.

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    1. Obviously there is a clear bias here, since I wrote the book :) However, that said, take a look at the official website: RyannWatters to see interesting sections on cover developement in the Artist's Corner, contests to name characters in book 2, an inside look at Mount Dora, Florida (the real town setting), excerpts, etc.Also, check out fantasyfictiontour as it is updated for the West Coast tour of 8 authors heading to California in October 2008!Eric

    2. Situated in Mount Dora, Florida, a mind-blowing adventure takes place between the battle of Good and Evil, darkness and light. Ryann Watters, a normal boy growing up in the beautiful town of Mount Dora is visited one night by Gabriel who appoints him the task of finding the mysterious King’s Sword. Unsure of what to do or how he would find it, Ryann sets out on his journey, growing closer to God and further understanding His ways. Complete with talking animals, angels, demons and supernatural [...]

    3. Hey! I'm a teenage author of one book, Whispers Out of the Darkness and I thought I'd pop in and review this book.I actually won, "The King's Sword", in a contest on the author's blog. But if I had bought it, it would have been well worth the money.Young Ryann Watters is your typical student, nothing uniquely special about him. He's got friends, he's got bullies, homework. Nothing special. But as the novel opens up we soon discover that Ryann has been chosen, chosen by someone much greater than [...]

    4. I could tell this was a first novel. The characters acted a little younger than their ages seemed to convey, and there were more than a few grammatical errors (I know, I know). That being said, it is still a great Christian allegory. I loved all the ingenuity put into the creatures and magical surprises that awaited Ryann. A seldom-seen theme I saw was family. Ryann interacted with his family each time he returns from Aeliana, and this interaction shows what a good bond they have. Some great adv [...]

    5. Reactions: Ok this was such a cool book! It was Christian with bible verses and Angels and have the Word of God and I just loved it! Ryann Watters is in grade 6 or well he's finishing the 6th grade with his two best friends, when he is asked to find the King's Sword by Gabriel. This is a big deal and Ryann is in one way estatic, but on the other side of town, Drake Dunfellow is being recruited by a demon. Drake is put on the mission to stop Ryann, but how far must the too go to accomplish their [...]

    6. I read the first five chapters. It's not my cup of tea, however, neither is C.S. Lewis and the Narnia series, so it's nothing against the author. If you love The Chronicals of Narnia you'll love this book. There are similarities, but the kids in this book are American and from the present age, and the mode of transport to the fantasy world is through a magical ring. There is also a much clearer connection to scripture in this novel than in the Narnia series. It's obviously geared toward tweens a [...]

    7. A good adventure, anallogy story for kids. Ryann and his friends are sent to a magical world be the angel Gabriel to find the King's Sword. Along the way, the face enimies and learn good, moral lessons. A little kidsy but still pretty good.

    8. Absolutely wonderful fantasy fiction for young adolescents (i.e. 10-12yrs old). Scripture woven throughout. Fun main characters. Captivating storyline.

    9. I didn't finish this book. I think younger readers of fantasy would probably like it, but I couldn't get into it.

    10. I know the author; he's intelligent, spiritually mature and has a good heart. But his book is rather derivative.It borrows heavily from Narnia and is heavy handed with its spiritual lessons.

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