Tuck by Stephen Lawhead – CSFF Feature

Originally Posted at Bibliophile’s Retreat by Melissa Meeks

This Month CSFF is spotlighting Tuck by Stephen Lawhead. This culmination of his King Raven trilogy was well worth the wait and all three were more than worth the time to read their massive stack of pages. This epic series blends medieval history, Welsh legend and mythology, adventure, action and a dash of romance with the familiarity of the Robin Hood stories most of us have been entranced by in one form or another since childhood. Read more below and find my full reviews as well. Don’t forget to drop by the author’s website

Use the links below to read my review of this book and Scarlet (Book 2), use the bookcover to purchase a copy of Tuck and see more reviews. Also don’t forget to start reading at the beginning with Hood. I’ve read it but didn’t review that one.

Scarlet (Book 2)
Tuck (Book 3)

Also drop by these other CSFF blogs for more about Tuck and perhaps the series through Wed.
Brandon Barr, Jim Black, Keanan Brand, Rachel Briard, Grace Bridges, Valerie Comer, Amy Cruson, CSFF Blog Tour, Stacey Dale, D. G. D. Davidson, Jeff Draper, April Erwin, Karina Fabian, Alex Field, Beth Goddard , Todd Michael Greene, Ryan Heart, Timothy Hicks, Christopher Hopper, Joleen Howell, Becky Jesse, Cris Jesse, Jason Joyner, Kait, Carol Keen, Krystine Kercher, Dawn King, Terri Main, Margaret, Rebecca LuElla Miller, Caleb Newell, Eve Nielsen, Nissa, John W. Otte, John Ottinger, Epic Rat, Steve Rice, Crista Richey, Hanna Sandvig, Chawna Schroeder, James Somers, Robert Treskillard, Rachel Starr Thomson, Steve Trower, Speculative Faith, Fred Warren, Phyllis Wheeler, Jill Williamson.

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