Book Review: Sir Quinlan and the Swords of Valor

Posted: April 21, 2011 in Uncategorized

Sir Quinlan and the Swords of Valor starts off with him (Sir Quinlan) leaving his friend and gets recruited by Sir Baylor and the offer to join the Knights Of Valor.  Soon after a tragedy occurs and the Knights eventually disband.  Sir Quinlan travels alone and encounters Taras who offers Sir Quinlan a chance to redeem himself of this tragedy and rejoin the Knights.  Along the way Sir Quinlan gets a chance to face his past and try to redeem himself from the Tragedy.

Sir Quinlan faces the Dark Knight and a battle begins…but can he be victorious and redeem himself?  Get the book, read it and find out!

This book is well written and illustrations throughout add to the already well designed front cover.

This is a book that is great for younger readers and gives us allegorical references to where the Knights are Christians, the Silent Warriors are Angels, and the Shadow Warriors are Demons.

Each page turn will keep you wanting to read more.  It’s that good!

I received this copy of the book from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for review and it had no impact for my review.


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