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The Judgment Stone

The Judgment Stone

By Robert Liparulo
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.52 Stars

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On 9/3 Rick Rhodes wrote: Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: Thomas Nelson (May 14, 2013) Language: English ISBN-10: 1595541721 ISBN-13: 978-1595541727 Order book here: Order E-book here: Characters: Neveah – Leader of a group of immortals known as The Tribe. Jagger Baird – An Immortal. Beth Baird – Jagger’s ... Review: The Judgement Stone – Robert Liparulo

Rick's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/14 Tom Farr wrote: In THE THIRTEENTH TRIBE, Robert Liparulo told a thrilling story of immortal vigilantes who believed they were doing God's will by killing sinners. Now, in THE JUDGMENT STONE, Jagger Baird, the protagonist of THE THIRTEENTH TRIBE, must face a new, more ruthless group of immortals called The Clan. The ... Another Great Thriller from Liparulo

Tom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/3 THE SELF-TAUGHT COOK wrote: It was bad enough having to fight The Tribe, but now Jagger must contend with The Clan, a separate group of immortals who are ruthless killers. While the Tribe kills because they believe they are doing God's will, the Clan kills and maims for fun. After the Judgment Stone is discovered at the monastery, ... Book Review: The Judgment Stone by Robert Liparulo

THE SELF-TAUGHT COOK's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/26 Courtney A B wrote: Mount Sinai is the initial setting of the story where the monastery is being attacked (again) for its treasures. A group of immortals called The Clan have broken in and stolen a piece of stone that was just uncovered by Ollie, the archaeologist. Jagger calls Owen for advice on what to do and Owen insists ... Book 2 of The Immortal Files Series

Courtney's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/20 JesseMax wrote: Having enjoyed the first book, I was excited to see the sequel go to print. This too was an enjoyable read, but it is not a novel that could stand alone. Much of the backstory of the immortals (the main characters of the series) is revealed in the first book and not repeated here…which is good for ... The Judgement Stone

JesseMax's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/9 Light-at-heart wrote: A few months back I read the first book in The Immortal Files series, 'The 13th Tribe' and found it a very interesting book. Recently I had the privilege of reading the second book in the series and even though I still feel the idea of a group of people condemned to living for centuries due to their ... The Judgment Stone by Robert Liparulo

Light-at-heart's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/2 Taliesin Tale-Weaver wrote: The Judgment Stone is a sequel to Liparulo’s The Thirteenth Tribe, picking up where the first story left off. Now, instead of merely having the comparatively easy job of preventing a small cadre of theologically challenged immortals from blowing all ‘sinners’ to kingdom come, former soldier Jagger ... A Solid Sequel to The Thirteenth Tribe

Taliesin Tale-Weaver's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/16 Aiyana wrote: Most of the characters in this book were present in the first book except for a whole gang of bad guys that actually like being immortal and have no intention of asking God forgiveness for anything. They set out to wreck havoc on the world when the Judgement Stone is discovered. The stone reveals ... The judgement stone

Aiyana's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/13 Freedom wrote: The book picks up right where the last one left off with Jagger living at St. Catherine’s with his family when suddenly the monastery is attacked. Several monks are dead and a shard of rock is stolen. It doesn’t take Jagger long to discover the meaning of the rock and teaming up with his old friend ... Non-stop action

Freedom's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/27 Scott Knight wrote: What if praying became a curse instead of a blessing?Former Army Ranger Jagger Baird thought he had his hands full with The Tribe—the band of immortal vigilantes fighting to regain God’s grace by killing those opposed to Him. But that was before he encountered the ruthless group of immortals ... The Judgment Stone by Robert Liparulo - Book Review

Scott's Rating:

5 Stars