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The Restorer's Son (The Sword of Lyric) Paperback – May 1, 2007
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Sharon Hinck has done it again! The Restorer's Son will be especially meaningful to anyone who has ever wrestled with God. This book came into my hands just when I needed it. --Randy Ingermanson, award-winning author of Oxygen
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Plunged again into the gray world of Lyric and Hazor, Susan and Mark search frantically for their teenage son, Jake, as all signs hint that a trusted ally has betrayed them and threatens their son. Assassins and political intrigue, false leads, and near misses beset their path, which will lead them into the dark prisons of Hazor before the One's purpose is revealed.
Cast out by those he trusts and preferring to cross swords with the One rather than submit to His will, Kieran flees to enemy Hazor, only to find that the One knows no borders. Pursued by his calling, Kieran journeys to Sidian, where he finds a boy without a home, a king with burning questions, and a nation torn by darkness. As he embraces the tasks the One has set before him, this new Restorer learns that the One requires his all--perhaps even his life. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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One other detail I enjoy greatly about this series is the layering of villains and antagonists. Sharon does a wonderful job creating different levels of antagonists that are both near and far, and at differing levels of danger. I think part of why this sequel is so successful is because the villains and their plot threads carried over to create familiar danger in a new story. Excellently done!
I can't wait to get started on the next one.
I think I'm doing a terrible job of reviewing this book. Sometimes it's hard for me when I'm so close to the book, when I love it so much, to communicate that well. Anyway, I highly recommend you read this series, but please, start with book 1, not this one! :)
Again, this story is told beautifully, and the characters are easy to relate to. Another really great read!