Monday, March 17, 2014

Review: A Draw Of Kings by:Patrick Carr

A Draw of Kings (The Staff and the Sword #3)
About the Book:
 Their journey to Merakh should have made Errol and his companions heroes of the realm. Instead, much is changed on their return. In the wake of the king’s death, Duke Weir is ruling the country–and his intentions are to marry Adora to bring an heir.
With Errol and the others imprisoned and the identity of the rightful heir to the throne still hidden in secrecy, Illustra is on the verge of civil war–and at growing risk from the armies of Merakh and Morgol.
A dangerous mission to free Errol succeeds, but the dangers facing the kingdom are mounting with every passing moment. The barrier has fallen, ferals are swarming toward the land, and their enemies draw near. Will the revelation of Illustra’s next true king come in time or will all be lost?

About the Author:
Patrick W. Carr is the author of the acclaimed fantasy A Cast of Stones and The Hero's Lot. He teaches high school and makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, with his incredible wife, Mary, and their four sons, Patrick, Connor, Daniel, and Ethan. Learn more at 

My Review:
Duke Weir  may end up losing his throne and his identity do to secrets well hidden. He expected with Errol being imprisoned along with countless others, his throne was safe, but somethings are not as they seem. Weir must find a way to save his kingdom from the grasp of Errol. He knows that if he doesn't do something soon, it will all be for a lost cause. But what can he possibly do?

Errol just has to escape prison to tell everyone who the rightful heir to the throne really is. The news will definitely take the Duke off the throne and possibly send him to prison along with countless others he put there. With help from an outsider, Errol may soon be able to escape and expose the truth. What will the outcome be?

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**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher.

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