As stated in my earlier post, this was a great book, actually two books, to start the blog tour back up with.
In the first book we are introduced to the main character, Thomas.
Thomas has alot of things happen in his life that serve to mold and shape him into what turns into a brave young man.
In the book though, my only beef with it is that for as young as the character is, he seems to have aLOT of wisdom that usually only comes with experience. Now mind you, it seems that he was trained at least in some way by his nurse, Sarah, so he might have some wisdom from that, but it just seems alittle too good to be true…or in this instance, a little too smart to be true.
I get that when you are a writer you get to decide what your character experiences and what they don’t, but while in writing I think that you have to keep the character in keeping with well….their character. What they learn in their life, they should show in their life…not some extraneous information that the author has. Now, because of the quality of the books, I am willing to guess that somehow this might be explained in further books. In fact, I am looking forward to checking out the 3rd book to see if I am right or not. 🙂
Also, make sure to check out these other blogs to see what everyone else is saying about them. 🙂
Also, In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.
Thomas Fletcher Booher
Meagan @ Blooming with Books
Megan @ Hardcover Feedback
Rebecca LuElla Miller