Book Review of Everard by Chautona Havig

Read_ Everard by Chautona Havig

About: A Prince, a friend, and a lizard walk into a trap… Everard of Havilund—fierce warrior, brave soldier, loyal friend, heir to the throne, and painfully shy.The war is over! Or is it? After four long years fighting in a war that has spanned a millennium, Everard is finally going home. He has faced everything he fears most—he thinks. Alas, trouble is brewing in the little hamlet of Hidden Hollow and he has only himself to blame.
Follow Everard as he tries to slay the Dragon of Ironia, face the Giant of the Tripp Mountains, bring the Enchantress of Enervatia to justice… just for starters.
Will he succeed? Will he overcome his personal demons that threaten all he is working for?
Find out in this second installment of the Not-So-Fairy Tales.

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My Review:

Genre: Christian Fiction.

Rating: 5 stars.

Recommendation: To anyone.

Everard is my favorite Fairy Tale (or my favorite Not So Fairy Tale) book. My Mama got it for me about three years ago.

My favorite character/s: Roana is a great girl. Her Brother died in the war, her Mother died not long after that, and her Father is angry and bitter with everyone. She wants to listen to her Papa like she is supposed to even when he is being unreasonable. She is kind, loving, loyal, and strong.

My Verse for Roana is Proverbs 31:10 Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. (King James Version.)

Everard, who trusts in the Lord, is the next in line to be king, But he is very shy and has just come home from war. Everard is trying to get permission to ask Roana for her hand in marriage but her father sends him on seemingly impossible quests.

My Verse for Everard is Proverbs 29:14
The king that faithfully judgeth the poor, his throne shall be established for ever.  (King James Version)

Sassy is funny… As is Ignis…

Minor Violence: A attempted assassinations. A duel.

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