Thursday, December 12, 2013

Review of THE HERO'S LOT by Patrick Carr

A HERO'S LOT by Patrick Carr is the continuing journey of Errol Stone and a kingdom that hangs in the balance over immenent death of its king. Errol is convicted for a crime that he did not commit, and he begins a mission to find an evil man named Sarin Valon. Errol's fate seems wrapped up in the fate of the kingdom. Who is he and why is he so important? Errol continues to grow as a character and in his relationships with other people.

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed A CAST OF STONES, and I was equally excited about the sequel to the story. A HERO'S LOT has a great epic fantasy feel. Errol's character grew so much in the first book, it's interesting to see where the story takes him next. The circumstances and the whole story world that Patrick Carr has created really adds to the story and envelops me as a reader.

As this book is the second in a trilogy, it sets up for a final act that I'm very excited about. Patrick Carr has proven himself to be a really good writer who knows how to tell a great story.

Review copy provided by Bethany House

Photo Credit: Bethany House

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