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A Flight of Arrows: A Novel (The Pathfinders) Paperback – April 19, 2016
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“Lori Benton has written another stellar novel set during the Revolutionary War period. The well-drawn characters leap off the pages and take up residence in readers’ hearts, making history come alive. Her research is monumental, yielding a vibrant story that will keep you glued to the pages and eagerly awaiting her next novel.”
—Lauraine Snelling, best-selling author of the Red River of the North saga
About the Author
LORI BENTON was raised east of the Appalachian Mountains, surrounded by early American history going back three hundred years. Her novels transport readers to the eighteenth century, where she brings to life the Colonial and early Federal periods of American history. When she isn’t writing, reading, or researching, Lori enjoys exploring and photographing the Oregon wilderness with her husband. She is the author of Burning Sky, recipient of three Christy Awards, The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn, Christy-nominee The Wood’s Edge, and A Flight of Arrows.
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"A Flight Of Arrows" takes up where the first book in the series ends. Again we fall into the lives of Anna Catherine, orphan girl raised by Reginald Aubrey and his wife, Two Hawks, some of Stone Thrower and Good Voice, his twin William Aubrey, stolen at birth, and the ever delightful Lydia.
The faith of Elizabeth Good Voice, and the faith of Jonathan Two Hawks is the faith I want to have. I know they are fictional characters, but Lori Benton has woven a story of redemption, forgiveness, sacrifice, patience, and love that is truly inspiring. These characters will live on in my heart, and this is a series that I will be sure to read again! Thank you Lori Benton for putting into words a wonderful story!
The story woven together within these pages of Anna, Jonathan Two Hawks, William, Good Voice, Stone Thrower, Lydia & Reginald go beyond the telling of their love for each other, it encompasses a far greater story of grace and love that the Creator has for all of us. I received much more from reading this story than simple entertainment, or a deeper understanding of the historical sacrifice of those that fought for the freedoms we enjoy daily. The research of historical facts and personal details in this story bring it to life, but the golden tread of The Creators's love woven throughout the story and lived in the lives of the characters brings it an unparalleled depth.
“But when Creator said He would make rough ways smooth, I believe He was not talking about moving us to an easy path. He meant He was going to make our stride long enough, our legs strong enough, to carry us through.”
Lori’s beautiful storytelling has a way of immediately drawing the reader right into the story. The historical details of the time and the look at the different people and cultures are once again done so well. And what a story it was…sigh…
Each of the characters are wonderfully written and I loved every bit of the journey. Whether they struggled with forgiveness, guilt, freedom, waiting or a mix of all of them, Benton draws your heart to each of these characters. I was sad that it ended and it wasn’t without some tears. Redemptive stories like this one get me every time.
I do recommend reading The Wood’s Edge first. But trust me, it is well worth it!
Have you read any of Lori’s novels?
(Thank you to Blogging for Books for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review)
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