Download The Birthright Series Collection Books 1-3 by Bridget E. Baker in PDF Full Free and published by Purple Puppy Publishing. This book was released on 2020-12-05 with total page 1100 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Bible says that Methuselah, seven generations removed from Adam and Eve, lived 969 years. Most scientists don't believe it. Many historians are skeptical. Even devout Christians wonder. But Chancery Alamecha knows it's true. After all, she's seven generations removed from Eve, and her mother's celebrating her nine-hundredth birthday tomorrow. Chancery thinks her morning will consist of last minute party planning. She has no idea that a single mistake is about to destroy all her future plans and set her on a forked path. She'll have to choose. Kill her sister and ascend her mother's throne--something she never wanted. Or. Run and hide while her sociopathic twin takes over the world, starting with China. Can Chancery do what it takes to defeat Judica? And even if she can, how can she do it without becoming a monster herself? Still not convinced? Displaced has won several awards and gotten reviews from professional reviewers: ★★★★ AWARDS!! ★★★★ SOVAS 2020 Finalist in Fantasy-Best Voiceover (Audiobook) Whitney Award 2020 Finalist in Fantasy Publisher's Weekly BookLife Prize 2020, Quarter Finalist Professional Reviews: Publisher's Weekly BookLife Prize gave it a 9.25/10 and said, "Displaced, the first novel in Baker's Birthright Saga, boasts a fleet, often inspired story of matriarchal superheroes on a Hawaiian island. The story's heart is the conflict between royal teen twins Chancery, the kind-hearted protagonist, and Judica, her cruel sister and the heir to the throne. Baker's story pulses with exciting incident, and even though this is the first book in a series the climax is consequential and exciting, even as it entices readers with the promise of more. Baker's writing is swift but potent. She invests each scene with the heart of her protagonist, so it's always clear what's most important in each moment. The large cast is clearly described and differentiated, and scenes of action and romance both prove exciting. Chancery's perspective is likably wry for a royal narrator. The dialogue varies from flirty teen banter to regal proclamations, but always is crisply crafted. Baker brings fresh energy and invention to even familiar elements like the inevitable royal succession crisis. Her Evians' powers and customs fascinate, and Displaced never misses an opportunity to jolt readers with a surprise. Chancery is a strong and appealing protagonist, split between two worlds and ultimately dragged into battle against her own twin. Both sisters are vividly drawn, as are their paramours, guards, relations, and friends. A letter from Chancery's mother, after that queen's death, is a moving highlight of the story, and Chancery's exciting choices power the narrative from start to epic climax." Kirkus featured Displaced in the indie section of their print magazine the month they reviewed it, and they said Displaced is, "a fast moving, engaging tale in what promises to be an epic fantasy romance series." Keywords: fantasy romance, succession crisis, throne, royal fantasy, genetic superhuman, ya fantasy romance, ya fantasy, epic ya fantasy, epic fantasy, clean fantasy, love triangle, clean fantasy romance, alternate history fantasy, villain origin story fantasy, ya urban fantasy, clean urban fantasy, contemporary fantasy, ya contemporary fantasy, magical realism, ya magical realism, swords and sorcery, ya game of thrones, clean game of thrones, teen fantasy romance, teen fantasy, teen epic fantasy.