A Draw Of Kings

A Draw of Kings (The Staff and the Sword #3)A Draw of Kings by Patrick W. Carr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

She Would Read


Well, I'm still praising Deas for Patrick W. Carr and his adventurous series. I really couldn’t be more pleased with this series.

There was a perfect execution of highly complicated plots and sub-plots with tons of adventure, just enough romantic tension and really high stakes.

Each book in this series received 5 stars from me. It’s on my shelf of ‘to read again’. 

I will be reading whatever Carr puts out in the future, that’s for sure.

Main Characters:

Errol: I love his transformation. I knew it was going to be good.

Liam: I found myself rooting for him at times and felt like a traitor to Errol. For that reason, I like his existence as a contrasting character and appreciate how Carr used him in the series.

Plot and pacing:

The religious allegories, like Scriptural Old Testament Law vs New Testament relationship are beautifully played out in the third installment.


Clean. Suitable for any age.

(See She Would Readfor my romance rating system.)

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