Sir rowan had always loved Knights, and Battles, and good defeating evil. When the chance came when he too could be a knight, he jumped for joy. For he had been chosen by the King and his son, to lead his people out of the hands of the dark knight, Lucas. As he practiced he became great, and as he became great, he became selfish. Rude and arrogant to all, and prideful in his being. He no longer head to the call of the king, but fought in tournaments. In winning the country’s affection, he lost all sense humility, and selflessness. When captured and left for dead, he finds love, hope, and most of all A Brother? But still following what he thinks is best is not always the way to go.
I found this book, riveting, and timeless. Thought I did cry my eyes out in a few parts, the end result was worth it. Even though he was beaten, left for dead, and had everything he loved ripped away from him. He finds that if you trust in God that anything is possible. Even when you think your idea is better God has a way of turning everything for good. I also really liked the forward and suggest reading it before you read the book.
I got this book to review honestly by Water brook Publishers