[[ Reading ]] ➾ Tuck (King Raven, #3) Author Stephen R. Lawhead – Lucywhitedrycleaners.co.uk

Tuck (King Raven, #3) Tuck is the third and final installment in the King Raven story The first book Hood was a solid 4 stars the second book Scarlet was bit better, perhaps 4 1 4 stars Tuck was a well deserved 4.5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed the entire King Raven series it s a nice treat when a series improves as it goes along Lawhead is a gifted storyteller who weaves the tale of Robin Hood and his Merry Men into its own wondrous legend of adventure, heartbreak, passion, and determination within the early Wels Tuck is the third and final installment in the King Raven story The first book Hood was a solid 4 stars the second book Scarlet was bit better, perhaps 4 1 4 stars Tuck was a well The King Raven trilogy gets rare 5 stars from me It was that good.Suffice it to say, this is no run of the mill Robin Hood story Richer, deeper, and well thought out Lawhead did a fantastic job I liked it far better than his Pendragon series and I really liked them too This was better Much better.There are characters to love, characters to hate and even some you loved and hated at the same time It felt natural to conn With this volume, Lawhead brings his King Raven trilogy to a rousing conclusion The general comments I made on the first two books apply here, too but the emotional impact of this book nudged it into five star territory This is outstanding fiction of its type a worthy capstone to a thoroughly excellent series Lawhead has done himself proud here.In all three books of the series, Bran ap Brychan Rhi Bran y Hud is the central figure, the linchpin of the story But as we saw much of Scarle With this volume, Lawhead brings his King Raven trilogy to a rousing conclusion The general comments I made on the first two books apply here, too but the emotional impact of this book nudged it into five star territory This is outstanding fiction of its type a worthy capstone to a thoroughly excellent series Lawhead has done himself proud here.In all three books of the series, Bran ap Brychan Rhi Bran y Hud is the central figure, the linchpin of the story But as we saw much of Scarlett through Will Scarlet s eyes and he plays a key role in the plot, so here, our good heartened and rotund title character often gives us our viewpoint, and plays a crucial role in the denouement The author breathes new life into the familiar figures of all these characters of the legends, andincluding Maid Merian he I have to say, this is one of the most fantastic, well written books I have ever read I ve liked the rest of the series, but this book did a really great job of concluding it I was quite fascinated at all the history behind it, and I think Lawhead researched the time period extremely well As I was getting to the ending,I was so excited to know what happened next that I found myself reading till three o clock in the morning and still convincing myself that I wasn t too sleepy to read anther ch I have to say, this is one of the most fantastic, well written books I have ever read I ve liked the rest of the series, but this book did a really great job of concluding it I was quite fascinated at all the history behind it, and I think Lawhead researched the time period extr This was a wonderful series A little slow to start, but it was well worth it. Enjoyed this read a great deal but not as much as Scarlet Tuck is a gentle, pious man who believes in justice and fairness He tells the story in his own way I felt that Lawhead had a little trouble getting into this character Perhaps it s my imagination but I thought that he seemedattuned to Will Scarlet It was fun to read about the battles and how t Written for book club More desperate then ever to free his land from invaders, the Phantom Raven of the forest sets out once again to try his might against his adversaries But with some surprising twists, and unanticipated hardships, can the group see it through to the end The third and final installment of Stephen Lawhead s King Raven Trilogy, Tuck reunites readers one last time with Bran and his Grellon and their fight for freedom.After King William turns traitor and refuses to give back Bra Written for book club More desperate then ever to free his land from invaders, the Phantom Raven of the forest sets out once again to try his might against his adve Pray God Our Aim Is True And Each Arrow Finds Its Mark King Raven Has Brought Hope To The Oppressed People Of Wales And Fear To Their Norman Overlords Deceived By The Self Serving King William And Hunted By The Treacherous Abbot Hugo And Sheriff De Glanville, Rhi Bran Is Forced Again To Take Matters Into His Own Hands As King Raven.Along The Way Friar Tuck Has Been The Stalwart Supporter Of The Man Behind The Legend Bringing Rhi Bran Much Needed Guidance, Wit, And Faithful Companionship.Aided By Tuck And His Small But Determined Band Of Forest Dwelling Outlaws, Rhi Bran Ignites A Rebellion That Spreads Through The Welsh Valleys, Forcing The Wily Monarch To Marshal His Army And March Against Little Elfael.This Epic Trilogy Dares To Shatter Everything You Thought You Knew About Robin Hood As Stephen R Lawhead Conjures An Ancient Past While Holding A Mirror To Contemporary Realities Filled With Unforgettable Characters, Breathtaking Suspense, And Rousing Battle Scenes, Stephen R Lawhead S Masterful Retelling Of The Robin Hood Legend Reaches Its Stunning Conclusion In Tuck. The conclusion to the King Raven trilogy is really no different to the other books of the trilogy The strong point, for me, the thing I found most interesting, was the new interpretation of how the Robin Hood story came about although I felt that the epilogue hammered that in maybe a little too much and not much else really grabbed me Again, the writing is pretty good and once I settled down to read it I sped through Tuck in a couple of hours If you want something easy to read and you l The conclusion to the King Raven trilogy is really no different to the other I really don t have much to say for this book, except that Stephen Lawhead is an incredible writer I actually choked up at the epilogue And the Author s Note is very interesting this guy really does his research and, thankfully, seems to love what he does As with most trilogies I loved, I im


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