The Chronicle of the Three: Bloodline (review)

The Chronicle of the Three: Bloodline is the first book in a trilogy by the Christian author, Tabitha Caplinger.  The story follows Zoe as she discovers there’s more to life than the typical routine of school, friends, and family, and that she belongs to a line of ancient warriors destined to save the world from destruction.  Intriguing dialogue, suspenseful action sequences, and strong characterization make this an exceptional story and a fun and exciting read.  I recommend The Chronicle of the Three: Bloodline for fans of young adult literature and for anyone who enjoys tales of supernatural adventure.

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

Summary:  Zoe thought the loss of her parents would be the most difficult thing she’d ever have to endure.  When she began seeing things she couldn’t explain in her new home of Torchcreek, Virginia, she was sure the grief was driving her mad.  Instead Zoe discovers she is part of an ancient bloodline, one destined to prevent the powers of darkness from condemning the world.  But Zoe, the daughter of the three, isn’t just another descendant—she’s the key to humanity’s salvation.  In this first installment of the Christian fantasy trilogy, The Chronicle of the Three, Zoe Andrews learns that not all shadows are harmless interceptions of light.  Some are a more sinister darkness that wants to torment the soul.

Author Bio:  Tabitha Caplinger has been in student ministry for close to 15 years, and currently pastors at Faith Community Church in House Springs, Missouri, with her husband Brian.  They have two sassy daughters, Lila and Rory.  Student Ministry is core to who Tabitha is; she loves discipling others and helping them see themselves through Jesus’ eyes.  Her goal is for every young woman to be confident that, “she is loved more than she will ever know by someone who died to know her.”  When not working, Tabitha and her family like taking in a good movie or walking through the park.  She also admits to being a little obsessed with TV.

Book Details:
Paperback:  190 pages
Publisher:  Vox Dei (October 13, 2015)
Language:  English
ISBN-10:  1513703110
ISBN-13:  978-1513703114
* also available for Kindle and NOOK

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