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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 30-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.
Evolved Publishing presents the much-anticipated first book in a YA fantasy adventure series unlike any other, from a multiple award-winning author.
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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By John on 05-17-18
A story of a slave's journey to freedom
Kingdom in Chains is an interesting story about a slave's journey to freedom. The story takes place in a well developed fantasy kingdom that feels like something from Medieval history.
The narrator of the audiobook does a good job with the story.
By NotYourMothersBookLover on 03-21-18
Lots of action
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Let me start by saying that this isn't a genre I normally read. I found myself pleasantly surprised by the immediate action and compelling story. Barloc is an interesting character who finds himself stuck in the worst of circumstances. I thought about this book when I wasn't reading it, and this is the type of book that could be turned into a movie or TV show. I give it 4.5 stars and look forward to the next one.