Infidel (The Lost Books, Book 2) (The Books of History Chronicles)

by Ted Dekker

Hardcover, 2008

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Publication

Thomas Nelson Inc (2008), 245 pages

Original publication date

2007

Description

As Johnis and the other "chosen" recruits of the Forest Guard are pulled into deeper danger to secure the seven lost Books of History, Johnis tries to rescue his mother from enslavement by the Horde, but risks betraying the Forest Dwellers.

Language

Original language

English

ISBN

1595543635 / 9781595543639

User reviews

LibraryThing member hpluver07
Again, this book follows the same plot line as chosen and is very exiciting.
LibraryThing member cherryblossommj
The ending of this book is fabulous! I am looking forward to the next in the series, I also need to go back and read the other series. The fact that Dekker is capable of twisting so many books and different series together, is just fabulous. This story is an awesome telling of temptation and
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forgiveness. I can see many things below the surface and to hate the sin not the sinner is only one of them. This book is great for Teens, but also great for any other age. I highly recommend it. Although, I do suggest you start with Book one of this series, [book: Chosen]. It is not necessary to read the other series first, after all I haven't yet, but I plan to do so sometime soon. Happy reading!
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LibraryThing member cherryblossommj
The ending of this book is fabulous! I am looking forward to the next in the series, I also need to go back and read the other series. The fact that Dekker is capable of twisting so many books and different series together, is just fabulous. This story is an awesome telling of temptation and
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forgiveness. I can see many things below the surface and to hate the sin not the sinner is only one of them. This book is great for Teens, but also great for any other age. I highly recommend it. Although, I do suggest you start with Book one of this series, [book: Chosen]. It is not necessary to read the other series first, after all I haven't yet, but I plan to do so sometime soon. Happy reading!
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LibraryThing member TriciaDM
I am getting hooked on this story, I am not much of a sci-fi reader but I love epic fantasy and this falls into that category...
LibraryThing member Aerow
The second book in the series, and a real page-turner at that. Also, a little emotional at the end, unlike the first one. A fantastic follow-up.
LibraryThing member The_Hibernator
*****May contain spoilers for the first book, Chosen*****
Johnis has discovered that his mother is still living. He risks his life to follow his heart--which tells him to rescue his mother from the Horde. This second book in the Books of History series follows directly on the footsteps of the first
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book, Chosen. Since the world is less new to the readers, this second book spends more time developing action and suspense and less time describing the world. Thus, it is a more enjoyable read. It ends, of course, with a cliffhanger, leaving the reader wanting to read the third book.
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