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  • Title: Reign of Coins
  • Author: Aiden James
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  • Page: 405
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  • For William Barrow, two thousand years is a very long time too long, when it is a perpetual punishment for betraying Jesus Christ.The man originally known as Judas Iscariot is on a mission to recover thirty silver shekels once paid to him for his ultimate treachery Twenty two coins have been recovered, leaving just eight to go But when his Russian nemesis, Viktor Kaslow,For William Barrow, two thousand years is a very long time too long, when it is a perpetual punishment for betraying Jesus Christ.The man originally known as Judas Iscariot is on a mission to recover thirty silver shekels once paid to him for his ultimate treachery Twenty two coins have been recovered, leaving just eight to go But when his Russian nemesis, Viktor Kaslow, also becomes immortal, the stakes are immediately raised Kaslow has followed William and his son, Alistair, to Hong Kong in search of a blood coin passed down through Genghis Khan The coin presently belongs to an esteemed Chinese collection But along with the coin are other cursed items from the famed Mongol Emperor William soon learns he can t have the one without the others.William has waited eight hundred years for a second chance to reclaim this particular coin that inspired the Mongolian Empire s bloody violence it was once famous for While Kaslow closes in, seeking his own vengeance, William and Alistair race against the CIA and an unscrupulous American businessman intent on reaching the cursed treasure trove before them.Much is at stake for the Barrows and the world, as a deadly weapon unseen for centuries lies in wait alongside blood coin number twenty three This new edition of Reign of Coins comes to you after a thorough tightening of the story, following constructive feedback during the past year I would like to thank Alisa Gus, of Curiosity Quills Press, for her invaluable editing assistance in preparing this book for re release Peace to all, Aiden James April 16th, 2013 Acclaim for the novels of Aiden James The intense writing style of Aiden James kept my eyes glued to the story and the pages seemed to fly by at warp speed.Twists, turns, and surprises pop up at random times to keep the reader off balance It all blends together to create one of the best stories I have read all year Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews for The Devil s Paradise Aiden James has written a deeply psychological, gripping tale that keeps the readers hooked from page one Bookfinds review for The Forgotten Eden Not only is Aiden James a storyteller par excellence, but his material for his story is riveting Huntress Reviews for The Forgotten Eden The hook to this excellent suspense thriller is the twists that will keep readers wondering what is going on as nothing is quite what it seems Adding to the excitement is that the audience will wonder whether the terror is an evil supernatural creature or an amoral human Aiden James provides a dark thriller that grips fans from the opening Harriet Klausner for The Forgotten Eden Aiden James writing style flows very easily and I found that Cades Cove snowballed into a very gripping tale Clearly the strengths in the piece were as the spirit s interaction became prevalent with the family The Indian lore and ceremonies and the flashbacks to Allie Mae s earthly demise were very powerful I think those aspects separated the work from what we ve seen before in horror and ghost tales Evelyn Klebert, author of A Ghost of a Chance and Dragonflies Aiden James has a keen eye for detail and an uncanny knack for scaring the hell out of me We are watching a master at work The Raven Mocker is a nearly perfect thriller Ghost stories don t get any better than this J.R Rain, Bestselling author of the Vampire for Hire series As with the previous titles I have read by this author, I found the author s writing style to be silky smooth and the main plot line to be extremely creative The fertile imagination of Aiden James definitely knows what today s readers want to see in their stories Detra Fitch, Huntress Reviews for The Vampires Last Lover
    Reign of Coins For William Barrow two thousand years is a very long time too long when it is a perpetual punishment for betraying Jesus Christ The man originally known as Judas Iscariot is on a mission to recover

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    1. Before you read The Judas Chronicles please read The Judas Reflections first if you are interested in this series There are characters that turn up in this book that are in The Judas Reflections Reign of Coins gets 3 blood coins from me.So Ladies and Gentlemen what is the best selling book No Ladies unfortunately it is not it is this book is The Bible Okay so leaving Religion out of this review if there are shifters, weres and witches Why couldn t Judas Icariot be alive and kicking paying the pr [...]

    2. This book was an amazing adventure I enjoyed the first book in the series, but this one set the bar even higher What really endears me to this story, is how the author can make a loathe worthy character such as Judas Iscariot likable I found myself relating to his plight intensely, wanting him to succeed in finding the coins so he could bring peace to his tortured soul The relationship Judas or William Barrow shares with his son Allistair adds a lot of depth to the story line It s so full of war [...]

    3. For William Barrow, two thousand years is a very long time too long, when it is a perpetual punishment for betraying Jesus Christ A well written book Suggestionad the 1st one in series before this one I did not realize until I was a little ways in that it was the second book My bad If I had read it in order, some of the things that Judas referred to I would have understood better Great editing, the words flow well without getting hung up on too much back story The past was referenced at the righ [...]

    4. The second book about Judas Iscariot and his quest that has spanned thousands of years In the first book we learned about his curse and quest He is an immortal until he collects all 30 shekels Though he can die except from illness and old age , he is always reincarnated in a different time and place with all his memories intact In this incarnation, he goes by William Barrow.This book begins about a year after the last book ended His son is aging backwards due to Crystals from the Tree of Life th [...]

    5. The main reason I gave it two stars wasn t because of the story itself It s because of the whole concept of Judas Iscariot being immortal and having to collect coins Actually, it wasn t even that This story had so much potential to be something great because of that concept So where did it go wrong Well, Judas didn t act at all like a man who betrayed the Son of God He acted like an immortal in some ways, but for the most part, he was a basic Joe Schmoe from the 21st century You might think an i [...]

    6. I am a huge fan of Mr James work, and I loved Plague of Coins The development of William Barrow, aka Judas, was a wonderfully unique idea, and I was eagerly awaiting this novel s completion Upon reading it, I was blown away He has taken his character development to new depths, particularly that of Alistair, who was part of Plague of Coins but of a placeholder, not a fully three dimensional character With Reign of Coins, Alistair leaps to life from the pages, giving him a depth that is truly won [...]

    7. Widen James has done it again William Barrows AKA Judas Iscariot, continues his quest for the silver sheckles he received for betraying Jesus Christ Along with his son Alistair, they travel to Bong Kong in an attempt to retrieve 1 of the last 8 coins for William s possible redemption Again, the CIA endeavors to enlist William s assistance in obtaing a killing artifact With the assistance of Shulin the engage the enemy and the murderous trail the killers leave William prevails but no one is the s [...]

    8. Loved this book It was full of adventure and intrigue William Barrow and his son, Alistair, go in search of the 23rd coin What greets them there is pure, unadulterated evil in the faces of Viktor Kaslow and Christian Morrow, who are after another artifact in the same area William and Alistair are helped in their search by Sulyn and her ailing father The forces of good and evil meet and it makes for a very exciting storyline Highly recommend it.

    9. Wow, these books are getting better and better The things that William and Alistair are having to go through is crazy You can hardly tell who is friend or foe, except for Kaslov That is one evil man Hopefully, he s gone for good this time, but somehow I doubt it.

    10. A great mix of Indiana Jones and Bond all rolled into one This was a cool adventure with a surprising ending William and his son go looking for a coin and end up saving the world Very entertaining, excellent character development I loved it just as much as the first one.

    11. To start off, if you haven t read book 1 in the series, Plague of Coins The Judas Chronicles 1 , you need to read it first as this one won t make much sense as a standalone novel and is the continuation of a series.As a Christian, you always have to wonder did Judas really die, or is he wandering around the Earth for eternity Without having a spoiler, I absolutely loved book 1 in the series and couldn t put it down, but this one was a little disappointing because it seemed to drag around the mid [...]

    12. Very GoodThe second book in the Judas Chronciles It was entertaining to read William Judas is a loving husband and father His hunt for each coin in the thirty pieces of silver keep him in peril I hope you too like this book Happy Reading.

    13. Good ReadI enjoyed the book I think book one was better But, interesting story line So, I am off to book three.

    14. Reign of Coins or Immortal Reign is the second book in the Judas Chronicles series Judas Iscariot a reluctant and cursed immortal going by the name William Barrow is searching for another one of the legendary 30 pieces of silver the coins originally paid for betraying Jesus This particular blood coin 23 is in Hong Kong and was passed down from Genghis Khan Unfortunately for William, his Russian nemesis, Victor Kaslow, who has recently become immortal himself, has other plans and is backed by an [...]

    15. I have enjoyed this one as much as the first The path that he had to take to retrieve his coin was not just physical but mental He had to face some things about himself some of which I do not think he was even aware On thing I look for in series such as these is the characters growth Are you learning about them as the larger arch of the story progresses This is difficult to tell at this point since it is only the second instalment however I can honestly state that I felt from the main character [...]

    16. Immortal Reign is a action thrill pack adventure.Judas still alive trying to collect his solver again to be redeemed I still live this idea for a story Not only has the author taken the thriller action novel and excelled bit wit this twist of the immortals it has brought a new level The story picks up a while after the first book and stars right in to it E Barrow s are on the run again and find a new ally plus Judas is found out by everyone Either so some has toD the CIA or they figure it put by [...]

    17. I completely enjoyed the first book in this series Plague of Coins The concept of Judas Iscariot the betrayer of Christ being alive today and in search of the original thirty pieces of silver that he was paid to betray the Son of God is very interesting to say the least The first book was great and I looked forward to the second installment After finishing Reign of Coins I m somewhat satisfied with the book It continued the story and ended solidly I found that the book started a little slow and [...]

    18. I enjoyed the book but not as much as the first one This one had lots of action and plot twists that I like But it lacked something that the first one had and I cant put my finger on what it is I loved the relationship between William Judas and Alistair They have a great dynamic as father and son I find it interesting that Judas is trying to get back the coins he was paid to betray Jesus And I also find it interesting all the places in the world they ve gotten to This installment took place in J [...]

    19. Night Court pulled me in from the beginning and didn t let go The storyline isn t the usual vigilante story This one has quite a few twists I never saw coming The characters were a great cast of personalities Merry surprised me She s strong, physically and mentally Her journey, though questionable, was entirely justifiable Debbie was a riot She was a dedicated friend and I loved her sarcastic nature Mitch was an as that also had a surprising side This book is a great add to your tbr list Full of [...]

    20. Again I started a series out of order That s what happens with free books on BookBub, but no complaints This was a good book Judas is living in present day Washington DC and still attempting to collect all 30 cursed coins This particular coin is in Hong Kong linked to another relic that once belonged to Genghis Khan Fascinating story idea and I do plan on finding books in this series, preferably in order here I come.

    21. The Wrath of KhanI am enjoying this series and with each book It has been great to follow the stories of William and Alistair Barrow as the continue their quest to find the lost and cursed coins This time, however, the coin is hidden with treasures that also include the mantle of Genghis Khan This time it is the mantle that is the biggest prize as it has extreme destructive powers The race is on between The Barrows, the Russians and The CIA.

    22. Another excellent book in the Judas Chronicles series Once again William Barrow his son Alastair are on a quest to find another coin and the Mantle of Ghegis Khan in Hong Kong During their quest they encounter the deadly adversary Viktor Kaslow, who currently works for a ruthless wealthy businessman Lots of action, murder interesting surprises Highly recommend this book to all readers.

    23. Slightly less engaging than the first one, this still keeps me hooked to the premise I will certainly read on to see how the story pans out I did however think Morrow s character deserved a back story Or a story at least It was disappointing to see his saga wrapped up in a page or two But at least Beatrice is back

    24. Great adventure book and a really cool storyline based on Judas Iscariot I ve read both Judas books and Aiden James has a great writing style that incorporates humor, light biblical history, and believable characters in a sci fi fantasy sort of way If you like the Indiana Jones kind of adventures, I would highly recommend reading this book.

    25. Reign of Coins was well written it a little slow at times and long winded at other times I feel that it could have been a better book if it wasn t so drawn out The story line is great and the characters are well thought out I truly enjoyed this book It was quite a bit better than the first book I m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

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