Free religious fiction Kindle books for 09 Jul 18

Anointed: A David and Goliath Novel (The Davidic Chronicles Book 1)

by Greg Baker

A David and Goliath Novel (Book One of the Davidic Chronicles)

Book one of the Davidic Chronicles immerses you in a young David’s world in a time of bloody war and supernatural deliverance. Witness the titanic collision between Goliath’s gods and David’s faith in Jehovah.

Inside Anointed…

“What chance do you have against the giant?” Saul asked.

David bowed. “Let the king know. Your servant kept his father’s sheep. There came a lion and a bear and took a lamb out of the flock. And when the lion arose against me, I caught the lion by his beard, and smote him, and slew him. I also slew the bear, my lord. This uncircumcised Philistine will be as one of them, seeing he has defied the armies of the living God. The LORD God that delivered me out of the paw of the lion and out of the paw of the bear, He will deliver me out of the hand of this Philistine.” 

The king’s eyes closed. “I fear to send you, my son. I fear what the giant will do to you. You have yet to witness his great strength.” He hesitated. “But I do believe the LORD is with you. I pray that He is. Our honor, our nation, our lives rest upon you, my servant. Go, and Jehovah be with you.”

David left the tent, but only Jonathan followed him. The king’s son walked over to a pole that bore a flag of challenge. It had lain unused on the ground for these past forty days, but now Jonathan hoisted it high and slammed the butt hard into the earth to steady it. The red flag waved defiantly in the small breeze of the late afternoon.

A roar of approval rose from the ranks of Hebrew soldiers, and from the valley below, Goliath beheld the challenge flag and beat upon his breastplate in pleased battle lust. He shouted, “Come then! Send me a man that we may fight!”

David took a deep breath, eyeing the monstrous giant. Then he bounded down the slope to meet his fate and fulfill the duty of his anointing.

Pomegranate Juice: Sacrilegious Tales of Dark Abrahamic Horror

by Magnus Wilton

Twelve bizarre tales of hardcore blasphemy. Fans of dark humor will love this collection of shocking short stories. These twisted fables are based upon Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Therefore, they are violent, hilarious, and completely absent of scientific fact.

Atheists, heathens, non-believers, and moderate Jews are guaranteed to enjoy these tales. Christians will be irritated, then they will laugh, followed by forgiveness. In private, Muslims will enjoy these stories. In public, they will add my name to a fatwa list.

Religious fundamentalists will want to avoid this one.

A Chronicle of Chaos (The Light and Shadow Chronicles Book 1)

by D.M. Cain

A soldier for The Children of the Light, Chaos fights in the name of destiny, honor and glory. Arrogant and headstrong, he considers himself the strongest warrior in the land, until a fateful coincidence puts him at the mercy of the demon Anathema.

But this crossing of paths between the two warriors has world-changing consequences. In a realm ravaged by war, they strike up an intense rivalry, but their obsession to destroy one another only leads them closer together.

As demons pour from the deepest bowels of Hell and a brutal war that has raged for centuries reaches its peak, where will their loyalties lie?

Praise for A Chronicle of Chaos:
“…a fantasy world where the classic struggle between good and evil takes on an interesting twist.” – Kenneth J. Kerr, author
“…a very well written fantasy tale that has a unique and different approach to the old themes of angels and demons.” – Tom Fallwell, author
“A fantasy world, demons, angels, complex moral dilemmas = I’m sold.” – Sunshine Somerville, author

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