The Kingdom

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Ayenathurim, a world poised on the edge of change. Chaos beckons as people fractured apart by ancient rivalries strive to hold on. The sounds of war echo on the wind, but who yet is able to stand in the gap for those who are blind to the signs of the times…………………the end, if so it must be, heralds the rise of heroes, even as monsters roar, and kings rise and fall. More
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About Guy S. Stanton III

I’m a dreamer, a poet, a lover, a husband, a father, and a man of God. I’m inspired by what I’ve seen and what I’ve read, but what I create with my words is where I dream. I pray for inspiration, and I enjoy what I have written just as I hope that others will as well. I’m a quiet man on the outside, but writing has become the playground of my soul to express itself in the grandeur of the created worlds and tales that I have been fortunate enough to dream of. The best way to find out more about me is to read my books. I write from the heart and I express both my shortcomings and my triumphs. I like to think of my writing as 'Reality Fiction'. I tell it like I see it. Life is short and the troubles many, but with faith in Jesus Christ all things have become possible to me. I may write 'make believe', but I strive to live out what I write. I enjoy my work and I hope you do too. Have a blessed time reading my imaginative thoughts.
Sincerely, Guy III

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Review by: Jodi Woody on March 31, 2015 :
I was given a copy of "The Kingdom" by the author, Guy Stanton III, in exchange for an honest review. Mr. Stanton is one of my favorite Christian Fiction authors. He is unapologetically Christian and doesn't mince words. "The Kingdom" is different than his previous work as it is a stand alone book, and an allegory. I really enjoyed the read. It tells the story of God's love for us, and His willingness to forgive, in a world of fallen angels, demonic animals, and half breeds of both. I can recommend for ages 16 and up. No swearing and the only sexual content is implied. This story does include fighting and violence, good versus evil. I give it four stars, I really liked it.
(There are some grammatical, and editing issues that need to be fixed.)
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Review by: David Bergsland on Dec. 30, 2014 :
High fantasy on an epic scale: a wondrous tale with serious content

Unlike Guy’s previous books, this is not another speculative fiction, action/adventure, fantasy, romance romp as part of a series. It is much larger in scope. It’s a standalone high fantasy novel containing culminating battles of an entire world. Guy says his inspiration was El Cid. I don’t know about that as I have never seen the movie. Ayenathurim is a built world from Guy’s fertile imagination which enables Guy to tell the entire story of God’s dealings with mankind as an epic fantasy. Of course, it is fiction. As such, it will undoubtedly drive doctrinal purists nuts. So what? It’s not Earth as we know it, but the spiritual realities ring true. If you love fantasy, you’ll love this book.

The spiritual warfare involved has that touch of truth I recognize as a believer of forty years who has worked in deliverance. For the non-believer, it is simply exciting action/adventure. It’s an uplifting book as is normal for Guy.

A seemingly normal young man, a bastard product of rape, is driven away from his home. He meets a man who transforms his life. He becomes a wonderful warrior for good in the world. He defeats demons, legendary beasts, and eventually leads a huge army bringing good to a world that is really not interested.

He finds and marries a good woman with whom he shares a powerfully uplifting marriage as he wages the wars he’s called to fight. This is epic fantasy that will stir your soul.
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