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My review of Devorah Fox’s ‘The Redoubt’

February 12, 2016

Michael Stephen Daigle

Dee will probably kill me for this, but I wanted this review to get a wider audience, not because  I wrote it, but because when I finished reading “The Redoubt” last night I had a huge grin on my face because it is great, wonderful book.  Amazon and other outlets.

The review:

“The Redoubt” is a wonderful tale, well told. In this, the fourth story in the King Bewilliam series, the King of the Chalklands continues his climb back from the beguiling fall in the first book “The Lost King,” that left him, Robin, questioning his mind, heart and soul.
While in the middle books Robin has regained his kingdom, the self-battles remain: how to be a father to two sons who have taken such different lifepaths; will he ever love again; can he rule his kingdom fairly, even as weather-related distress has impoverished his people; what kind of man is…

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