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The Scattered Flock (The Flock Trilogy #2) By Jana Petken The Scattered Flock The Flock Trilogy Jana Petken presents The Scattered Flock a suspenseful compelling sequel to the multi award winning The Errant FlockDavid Sanz s journey south is halted abruptly after a devastating turn of events

  • Title: The Scattered Flock (The Flock Trilogy #2)
  • Author: Jana Petken
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  • Page: 193
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  • The Scattered Flock (The Flock Trilogy #2) By Jana Petken Jana Petken presents The Scattered Flock, a suspenseful, compelling sequel to the multi award winning, The Errant FlockDavid Sanz s journey south is halted abruptly after a devastating turn of events In a tense battle for survival against thieves and the militia he has been fleeing from, he finds himself shackled and incarcerated in the prison he once guarded.The Duke ofJana Petken presents The Scattered Flock, a suspenseful, compelling sequel to the multi award winning, The Errant FlockDavid Sanz s journey south is halted abruptly after a devastating turn of events In a tense battle for survival against thieves and the militia he has been fleeing from, he finds himself shackled and incarcerated in the prison he once guarded.The Duke of Sagrat s brother, Rafael Perato, has survived the war, and the royal court s treacherous intrigues, but when news of his brother s death reaches their Most Catholic Majesties his life is thrown into turmoil Banished by the king, and tasked with carrying out insurmountable missions, he becomes entangled in a web of deadly plots and subterfuge, which threaten not only Sagrat but his very life.In this fast paced epic, David Sanz and Rafael Perato face adversaries devious and powerful than themselves, and it is only faith, courage, and unlikely alliances, that may save them both from the Inquisitor and the deadly marauder, Alejandro.
    The Scattered Flock (The Flock Trilogy #2) By Jana Petken

    The Scattered Flock Far Cry Wiki Fandom The Scattered Flock is a Story mission in Far Cry In game description The the Resistance grows, the harder the cult cracks down on their activity Help Pastor Jerome by locating and liberating civilian hostages Plot The Scattered Flock The Flock Trilogy by Jana Petken The Scattered Flock is the second novel in the Flock Trilogy by Jana Petken Set in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition, the book immediately struck me as incredibly well researched and thought out in terms of the historical elements built into the story. The Scattered Flock by Jana Petken, Paperback Barnes Oct , Jana Petken presents The Scattered Flock, a suspenseful, compelling sequel to the multi award winning, The Errant Flock David Sanz s journey south is halted abruptly after a devastating turn of events. The Scattered Flock The Flock Trilogy Book The Scattered Flock is the second novel in The Flock Trilogy by Jana Petken Set in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition, the book immediately struck me as incredibly well researched and thought out in terms of the historical elements built into the story The author has a very natural writing style as she develops her characters and the plot itself. The Scattered Flock The Flock Trilogy Volume Petken Oct , The Scattered Flock is a compelling novel, depicting the horrors that took place in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition I loved the first book in this series, The Errant Flock, so I was looking forward to reading its sequel. Far Cry The Scattered Flock, Jumping Ship, The Cleansing Apr , Far Cry The Scattered Flock, Jumping Ship, The Cleansing You ll eventually come across these main missions in the Holland Valley belonging to John Seed You ll have to search for, rescue hostages The Scattered Flock Part Five of the Marshes of Mount The Scattered Flock, the last volume of this new series of translations, contains chapters that mark the disastrous end of the heroes The action in this volume can be divided into three parts the campaign against Tian Hu, the campaign against Wang Qing and the campaign against Fang La. The Scattered Flock Far Cry Gamer Guides The Scattered Flock Far Cry Good Samaritan Jumping Ship Remove this ad Subscribe to Premium Mission Acquisition Rewards Pastor Jerome via radio after saving at least hostages RP Liberate hostages in Holland Valley Jeremiah Woe to the shepherds who destroy and Woe to the shepherds who destroy and scatter the sheep of My pasture declares the LORD Therefore this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says about the shepherds who tend My people You have scattered My flock and driven them away, and have not attended to them Behold, I will attend to you for the evil of your deeds, declares the LORD. Bible verses about Scattered Like Sheep My flock wandered through all the mountains and on every high hill My flock was scattered over all the surface of the earth, and there was no one to search or seek for them John

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    1. Grant Leishman on said:

      What can I say about Jana Petken that I haven t said already in previous reviews Quite simply, in my opinion, she is the premier indie author in the marketplace today She is the one author I will automatically seek out when I know she has a new book out Her latest book, Scattered Flock, continuing the story of the Spanish Inquisition of the 15th Century, is simply superb The first book in the series, The Errant Flock was a fantastic read, but this one is even better We are reacquainted with Davi [...]

    2. Ellie Midwood on said:

      Having read The Errant Flock and having loved it, I couldn t wait to see where destiny would take David Sanz, a Spanish Jew who found himself in the middle of a high level of intrigues and conspiracies, which soon put his and his whole family s life in danger In this second part he is saved miraculously by Rafael Perato s the dead, disgraced duke s brother people, and decides to do all it takes to find the marauder, guilty of Luis Perato s death to prove himself innocent and to reinstall his mil [...]

    3. Mary Yarde on said:

      David Sanz s life has been turned upside down and now fate, once , has turned her hand against him After a frantic flee South in a bid to save his own life, he finds himself in chains and facing an uncertain future But maybe, here, at last, is his chance to have his revenge.I was looking forward to reading the sequel of The Errant Flock, and this book certainly did not disappoint With a captivating and emotive story, The Scattered Flock is a book that is very hard to put down.Petkin s brings 15t [...]

    4. Sarah Rollins on said:

      Reviewed by Sara Rollins of Readers FavoriteThe Scattered Flock is the second novel in the Flock Trilogy by Jana Petken Set in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition, the book immediately struck me as incredibly well researched and thought out in terms of the historical elements built into the story The author has a very natural writing style, as she develops her characters and the plot itself David Sanz is the lead character, who is re introduced following the first book, and is a Spanish Jewish [...]

    5. Joey Paul on said:

      I have Jana Petken to thank for my new found love of Historical fiction and so when this book came out, I was quick to grab it, ready to continue the story of David Sanz and the inquisition It was amazing I loved it from the first page and it grabbed me and pulled me into the world It is well written, excellently crafted to keep you hooked and reading long into the night There are not enough words to describe how good this book it It s a story beautifully told by an extremely talented author Hig [...]

    6. Lucinda Clarke on said:

      ANOTHER GREAT READIt is some time since I read the first book in the trilogy, so I had to think hard to remember who was who and how their lives fitted together I strongly recommend you read these books in order As a historical literary fan I enjoyed the story, the characters stayed true to form, and the writing flowed throughout I shall by buying the third part of the trilogy when it comes out as there were a few loose ends and questions to be answered Another great book from this author, I ve [...]

    7. Gordon Bickerstaff on said:

      Great storytelling of historical fictionI ve read and enjoyed the first book in the series, The Errant Flock , and was curious to see if the author could keep the momentum going Happily, the author does a great job in the second book As in the previous book, the environment has been carefully researched and authentically described, so you can easily imagine 15th century Spain The story continues with David Sanz fighting to clear his name and lead the battle of good against evil All of the charac [...]

    8. Daccari Buchelli on said:

      Set in Spain in the year of 1492, we follow the tragic death of Luis Perato, an event of import that drives multiple parties on a thrilling journey to find his killer.From the daring David Sanchez to the abhorrent Gaspar De Amo, comes a range of stimulating characters who border the fence between good and evil Key themes include religion, loss, and revenge While the Christians seek to cast out those of the Jewish and Muslim faiths, they take part of despicable deeds, showing the true ignorance a [...]

    9. Linda Thompson on said:

      What a marvelous continuation of The Errant Flock This second book in the trilogy is every bit as riveting as the first and kept me awake long into the night because I just had to see what was next The Spanish Inquisition rears its ugly head again, but not quite as prominently as in the first book David remains the primary character and a strong one he is The latest Perato brother is a rather surprising good guy at heart, and Paco and Tur are very interesting indeed I am looking forward to learn [...]

    10. Kat Drennan on said:

      The Saga ContinuesFive stars for this second in Jana Petken s Flock Trilogy Imprisoned under the Spanish Inquisition, David Sanz battles to prove his innocence and restore the militia s faith in him Petken take history buff readers right to the center of the Spanish Inquisition where treachery, greed, and cruelty of the Inquisitors threatened to destroy a nation Once again, Petken has given us rich characters, stunning drama, and a frightening glimpse into Spain s dark past Looking forward to th [...]

    11. Alathia Morgan on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel to the Errant Flock Our favorite character David Sanchez is back and trying to get revenge for his family from a marauder who is reeking havoc on their town When a new owner comes to the castle, the troops have to decide which side they will trust The hunt continues even through the Inquisitor is determined to see the town and its leaders fall so he can continue his evil agendas An authentic story set in Spain during the time of unrest between Christians, Muslims [...]

    12. Peg on said:

      The Scattered Flock is a compelling novel, depicting the horrors that took place in Spain during the Spanish Inquisition I loved the first book in this series, The Errant Flock, so I was looking forward to reading its sequel Rafael Perato, a distinguished military leader, was devastated when he heard that the Duke of Sagrat, his brother was dead His legs weakened further when the list of his brother s hideous crimes were read aloud Although, Rafael was hurt and humiliated the Duke was still his [...]

    13. Jan Raymond on said:

      Jan Petken s flair for sweeping tales is incredible I read her first book, Guardian of Secrets, many years back and with the Flock trilogy, she doesn t disappoint Set in Spain during the Inquisition, we live the days through the eyes of our protagonist, David Sanz Though his story starts in Errant Flock, the first book of the series, the author has ensured that one does not feel lost if you get into the series with the sequel There is enough background to help you get up to speed.There are two p [...]

    14. Robert Jr. on said:

      I read many genres of books Historical fiction is and has always been my favorite During my life I have enjoyed the books by James Michener, Umberto Eco, James Clavell, Elizabeth Chadwick, and many many others Jana Petken s THE SCATTERED FLOCK is in the same class and talent level as my favorite historical fiction authors A grand and sweeping tale set in Spain in the 1400 s that will immerse you intimately in the turmoil, vice, treachery, love and passion of the time This is book 2 in what I und [...]

    15. Nance R on said:

      Fabulous Follow Up.In the second installment of this remarkable series The Flock Trilogy, author Jana Petken has once again written a masterpiece.Historical Fiction is only done well if the writer takes the time to research the era and the events being portrayed This tale takes place in 15th century Spain, during the time of the infamous Spanish Inquisition.The rich details of the period enhanced my experience as a reader I was transported to that violent and terrible period when people lived in [...]

    16. Fiona on said:

      A brilliant follow up to The Errant Flock Again we are submerged into the depths of corruption, terror and betrayal of the Spanish Inquisition In this book the characters struggle to deal with the fall out from the disastrous events in Sagret, detailed in the first book New alliances, betrayals and surprises await the characters as they swelter in the summer heat while they seek answers, revenge or merely a way to stay alive Great writing, great book Can t wait for the third installment Highly r [...]

    17. Alan Hardy on said:

      1492 The time of the Spanish Inquisition Corruption and brutality are rife within the realm and within the Church David Sanz finds himself incarcerated, unsure what fate awaits him Rafael Perato, brother of the Duke of Sagrat, becomes embroiled and enmeshed in a series of daunting missions and devious plots Both men in their separate ways find themselves trapped In this epic novel, we follow both of them in their heroic struggle to survive and rise above seemingly insurmountable forces and enmit [...]

    18. Mike Rider on said:

      I liked this even better than the first book The Priest and De Amo the Inquisitor take their villainy to another level They are the kind of characters that make you want to know what s going to happen next Alejandro was a particularly interesting character This would make a good movie.

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