can easily be praised for simply being fun entertainment, but within this story are spiritual elements that should be equally praised and considered. I enjoyed reading about Griffin, Kazi, Range, and Marshall s almost subconscious seeking of redemption. The family dynamics of these same characters also highlight the bonds that are hard to break because they are worth fighting for and sustaining. Stripped of its action and relentless pacing is still a fantastic story that offers healing, restoration, and hope.
I absolutely cannot recommend this series enough. I m not a romance reader, but I have fallen in love with these books. Firethorn
is the perfect conclusion to the Discarded Heroes
series. However, I do hope we have not seen the end of the Nightshade team. Please, please, please bring them back for another few rounds! --Melissa Willis The Christian Manifesto
Ronie Kendig hit a grand slam with the writing of Firethorn
. It is the fourth book in the Discarded Heroes Series
and she did not disappoint those of us who eagerly awaited her next turn at the plate with the bases loaded. The first three books were definitely hits, but Firethorn
delivered the much-anticipated homerun.
Be prepared for a tear jerker. Kendig brings home the horrible and unfair cruelty of war, making readers aware of what our real, true life heroes and their families face every day. This book requires a box of Kleenex at your side. Saying goodbye to these characters who have become like best friends throughout the series is not easy.
Through Griffin and Kazi, two individuals with serious faith issues, Kendig shows the reader the importance of learning to trust, not only those around us, but God the Ultimate Protector. Kendig s fans won t want to miss the conclusion of the Discarded Heroes Series.
--Elizabeth Olmedo Fiction Addict