The Left Hand of God by Paul Hoffman

The left hand of GodThe Left Hand of God is the story of sixteen-year-old Thomas Cale, who has grown up imprisoned at the Sanctuary of the Redeemers, a fortress run by a secretive sect of warrior monks in a  distant dystopian past.  He is one of thousands of boys who train all day in hand-to-hand combat, in preparation for a holy war that only the High Priests know is imminent.  He has no reason to think he’s special, no idea that there is another world outside the compound’s walls, and no hope for a life any different than the one he already knows.

And then, Cale opens a door.

What follows is a daring escape, an unlikely alliance, a desperate pursuit, a journey of incredible discovery, and an adventure the likes of which Cale could never possibly imagined, culminating in Cale’s astonishing discovery that he alone has the power to save his world – or destroy it.

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