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Publisher's Summary

The battle is real.

As brothers, Xavier and Evan are used to battling each other. But now they're discovering that there is a much bigger battle going on all around them. And it's their turn to fight.

Based on Ephesians 6:10-18, The Prince Warriors is the first book in Priscilla Shirer's epic new children's series that brings to life the invisible struggle ensuing in the spiritual realm.

Xavier, Evan, and their friends have typical lives until they enter a mysterious land called Ahoratos. There they meet their guide, Ruwach, who offers wisdom and direction as the kids' initial adventure begins - an adventure filled with armor and danger and a very real enemy.

Written by New York Times best-selling author Priscilla Shirer, The Prince Warriors series was created for middle-grade listeners and will include the fiction trilogy as well as the 365 Prince Warriors Devotional and app.

©2016 eChristian (P)2016 eChristian

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Suitable action/adventure for me and my 7YO

We really enjoyed the Prince Warriors while driving across the Southeastern US. We will listen to the next one on the way home. Was exciting but not so scary my kiddo couldn't handle the tension... and it provided some nice discussions around faith, obedience, and revisiting some of our Bible stories. Well done!

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Christian storytelling in the vein of Lewis

This story is a true Christ-centered alternative to HPotter. Updated version of Narnia/Middle Earth styles

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Not what I expected

I struggled to get into this story because it was a bit juvenile and the readers did not often use the right inflections in their reading. I think the author's use of symbolism was quite clever but her constant referring to the characters as "kids" trivialized them. If I were a kid, I would want to read a book that treats me like a grown up. Only small kids are okay with being called kids, and that made this book feel like it was directed to an audience of five year olds. Furthermore, at some points in the story, I am told what things look like without getting the chance to see them myself. For example, in Scrotos there were "crazy patterns". What does that mean? What does that look like? Details like that were taken for granted that could have really made the story come to life. I found myself wondering if the author was more concerned about the metaphor she was trying to tell than the story telling it.
I love Priscilla Shirer as a person and her work for adults is spot on. I had high expectations for a book series telling the truth about the Gospel to kids. This let me down.

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Captivating Listening

Me and my kids enjoyed listening to this book. it was an appropriate Adventure story for both myself my 6 yr old and my 12 yr old. From the music and detailing background noise to the storyline and the narrators. I highly recommend it.

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Enjoyable story

I wanted to listen before I sent to my son. enjoyed it more than I thought I would.

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Loved it!

My children were captivated by this story and can’t wait for the next book to read/listen to!!!

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Excellent!

What a great imagining of the spiritual journey for teens to enjoy! I highly recommend it!

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One of our favorites!

My nine-year-old daughter absolutely loved this series and is looking forward to the fourth book in August.

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Good clean book for young adventurers

This was a good, clean and inspiring book. My very adventurous nine year old daughter loved it! And I love that it is not only an enjoyable story, but that it teaches applicable lessons for her in her life and walk.

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Great Book

This was a great book to listen to. My grandsons loved it when they read it. I recommend it most definitely as required reading for ages 8-11

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Good Children's Book

Enjoyed the listen. was outstretched at times, but the story line was goog. I can see some biblical resembles. Will let my kids read it one day when they are older.