CSFF March Blog Tour ~ A Draw of Kings Day 3

Welcome to the Third and Final day of the March 
CSFF Blog Tour

I really enjoyed these books.  Errol isn't who most people would pick to be a hero.  A young man without a family, considered the scum of his village, and a drunkard when the series opened.  But he is a man of hidden talents, a man upon whom greatness is thrust.  Errol didn't decide I'm going to be a hero, he just was what was needed at a particular moment.
We all would do well in following his example.  He rose above the trials and unfairness that life gave him. How often we idolize people who sink to the depths and pull us with them.  Yet we villainize those who triumph over the temptations of life, who become more without compromising their integrity in the doing.

The heroes in The Staff and The Sword aren't perfect, but they are people struggling to be the best they can be under Deas and Aurea.   Can we do less in our own lives?  Can we turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to the leading of God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit?

I was provided a copy of this engaging book by the publisher in conjunction with this CSFF Blog Tour in exchange for my honest review.

To purchase from Amazon click the following: A Draw of Kings 

And be sure to visit the Author's Website 

Thank you for stopping by and visiting during this tour!
See you next month for another great book - NUMB.

Be sure to check-out all of the tour participants over the tour March 17 -19.

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