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The Kings of One Color

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249 pages4 hours

Summary

Sometimes hardships are a necessary evil: when Moshe’s family is taken away to serve their king and their God, he finds himself on a ship being sent off to be sold to another king. It’s not just his family who are making something more with their lives.

Moshe learns that he is the subject of an ancient prophecy who is meant to lead the people of Earth to freedom from their oppressors, the kings of one color.

Richard W. Kelly’s The Kings of One Color was inspired by the Bible itself. After writing My Journey Into Christianity, he found himself wanting to put the inspirational tone of biblical stories into a novel. Readers who need a bit of inspiration from a higher power and are looking for a fast paced epic fantasy have found it.

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