Jul 182014
 
Review: Child of the Knight

I read the first book quite a while ago, and while there isn’t much of a recap, it was easy to follow and enjoy this book on its own. Part of this enjoyment stemmed from the fact that there seem to be no lull in action for the entire book. My heart seemed to pound with excitement through the whole read, and I didn’t want to put it down in case I missed something. This book really centres on family and children, and how the well being of each is really connected. This is made physical through the ties between […]