Lori Benton’s “A Flight of Arrows” is a stunning conclusion to the Pathfinders duology.
Benton’s tale is thoroughly engrossing, leaving readers turning the pages to try to figure out what will happen next.
The characters are all wonderfully developed and interesting.
They have strengths and weaknesses, creating a realistic dance of human emotions that plays out across a fictional stage.
I absolutely love the time period Benton chose for her story — the American Revolution is such a dramatic backdrop that should be used more in fiction.
The author masterfully weaves multiple viewpoints together to create a rich narrative.
The story’s redemptive story line is beautifully moving and reflects truth.
Aesthetically speaking, I find the cover to be stunning and the designer definitely deserves a lot of credit.
I absolutely love, love, love this series and I am sure that I will read it many times in the years to come.
I gave “A Flight of Arrows” five stars on Goodreads and Amazon.
And I definitely will read more of Benton’s work in the future.
About the author
Lori Benton was raised east of the Appalachian Mountains, surrounded by early American history going back 300 years.
Her novels transport readers to the 18th century, where she brings to life the colonial and early federal periods of American history.
When she isn’t writing, reading or researching, Benton enjoys exploring the Oregon wilderness with her husband.
She is the author of “Burning Sky,” a recipient of three Christy Awards, and “The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn.”
I was provided a free copy of this book. However, all opinions are my own.