Kingdom in Chains

  • Title: Kingdom in Chains
  • Author: J.W. Zulauf
  • ISBN: 9781622533510
  • Page: 375
  • Format: ebook
  • Kingdom in Chains The common people have become the currency outlaws have shifted to mercenaries and freedom is no than a thought of the past Fear violence slavery throughout his adult life Barloc has known no oth
    The common people have become the currency, outlaws have shifted to mercenaries, and freedom is no than a thought of the past.Fear, violence, slavery throughout his adult life, Barloc has known no other way.A quarter of a century has passed since King Sclavus decreed slavery legal in the Kingdom of Kuldaire, certain it was the only way to keep the economy strong HeThe common people have become the currency, outlaws have shifted to mercenaries, and freedom is no than a thought of the past.Fear, violence, slavery throughout his adult life, Barloc has known no other way.A quarter of a century has passed since King Sclavus decreed slavery legal in the Kingdom of Kuldaire, certain it was the only way to keep the economy strong He created alliances with the wealthy ruling class, and cast the common folk into chains A handful of rebellions rose, but fell almost as quickly as they began, and the concepts of freedom and peace became dusty relics of the past, a nearly forgotten dream.When Barloc is sold to Lord Harbor, his new owner offers queer promises of freedom, promises only King Sclavus can honor after a thirty day trial Barloc, as someone who has lost everything, or who never had anything of his own to begin with, is forced to question everything around him as he embarks on this new trial.Whom can he trust Why has he been selected and thrown into this strange new setting What happened to just being a slave How can life be any different from the only way he s ever known What is freedom, and at what cost This is Barloc s chance perhaps his last chance to once and for all cast off the chains that bind him And maybe, just maybe, he can bring others to freedom with him.Other Books by J.W Zulauf The Underground Princess The Balderdash Saga Book 1 The Prince s Plight The Balderdash Saga Book 2 The Shaman s Salvation The Balderdash Saga Book 3 The Balderdash Saga Special Edition

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    About J.W. Zulauf


    1. J.W Zulauf wears many hats while walking the streets of the writing world He started with a focus on the short story, first winning the Marjorie Flack Award for Fiction Then he became one of the editors for Daylight Dims, which has grown into an annual anthology He now works as an author at Evolved Publishing, creating the children s series, The Balderdash Saga , beginning with The Underground Princess JWZulauftwitter JWZulauffacebook JWZulaufEmail JWZ at JWZulauf dot com


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    1. In a world where slavery is legal, Barloc, a man who has known only fear, violence, and slavery is sold to Lord Harbor who offers promises of freedom. Barloc begins a thirty-day trial to determine his freedom and becomes more confused as daily events seem completely incongruous to his new owner’s pledge. Smarter than average, Barloc realizes that, regardless the weirdness of it all, this could be his last best chance for freedom and a better life. “Kingdom In Chains” is the beginning of aw [...]

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    2. Kingdom In Chains was a slow burning read that spent a great deal of time setting up the world and immersing you into it completely. Zulauf writes a comprehensive tale of a man who has only know slavery as his way of life, but this tale has a beautiful movement to it and all is not what it may seem. Well written and expansive, by the time the story picks up, you are in the midst of the very kingdom in chains the title speaks of, walking and sweating beside the men and women as they bide their ti [...]

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    3. The plot really takes off, and how it is all going to end is totally unpredictable - the urge to keep turning pages increases in line with the pressure on the characters. Within the first few chapters, I just knew I couldn't put it down until I had devoured it's every content. It has been a long time since I have been so gripped by a book.

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