“A Flight of Arrows” The Path Finders Book 2, by Lori Benton, book review
The book starts where book #1 (“The Woods Edge”) stops. All the characters are moving on with their lives. But the decisions of the past still have a huge impact on so many lives.
Reginald switched his dead newborn son for one of the twins born to an Indian woman during the fall of Fort William Henry. These twins grew up in very different circumstances- one in an Indian Village and another in a white man’s home.
When both boys learn the truth of their birth, it changes so much for each of them. And all this while America is trying to fight its way out from under British rule.
This book traces the lives of both boys, now young men, as they learn forgiveness from God as well as men.
I enjoyed this book. While I had read the first book in the series, it was hard to get started in this book as the names of characters were numerous. But a couple of chapters in, I was caught up and engrossed in the story. This book will stand alone, as the author gives much of the back ground in the second book. I am looking forward to #3.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions expressed are my own.