Cliff Graham is an Army veteran and the author of the Lion of War Series, soon to be a major motion picture franchise from director David L. Cunningham (The Path to 9/11)and producer Grant Curtis (the Spider-Man films). He currently lives in the mountains of Utah with his wife and children.
Graham merges the magic of an action fantasy with the bible. I love the story and feel a stronger connection to Jonathan, David and the mighty men. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Linda J. Advena
There were a few historical inaccuracies (like that shepherds broke the legs of stubborn sheep), but over all, I loved the dramatic version of these bible stories!Published 11 days ago by Aaron A.
I have enjoyed all the books and companion pieces associated with the Lion of War series. Historical fiction which has a great deal of historical research to be as accurate as... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Randy J Mathewson
Great book. Led me to worship several times. Also did an incredible job at demonstrating proverb-rooted imagery.Published 16 days ago by Arthur J. Roberts III
TIS OKAY. THE MAJOR FAILLING IS THAT IT DID LITTLE TO TELL ME ABOUT THE MAIN PROTAGONIST IN QUESTIONPublished 22 days ago by SOLI DEO GLORIA
I was expecting a bit more entertaining book I guess. I had the feeling the writer loved writing gory bloody scenes more than anything, I got tired of it and went on to other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruth Ann Hager
My husband LOVES this series. He does not have much time to dedicate to reading, but he flew through these books because he enjoyed them so much, He has since purchased the first... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephanie Hankin
I was intrigued at each pages turned. I began this book with my son at bed time, but it soon became my own as I would continue reading long after he had fallen asleep. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Covanes
The first of the book held my attention, for the first couple chapters then it lost me. I did net see the plot of the story.Published 1 month ago by Keith Rowe