Saturday, November 12, 2016

Review of The Errant Flock by Jana Petken - A historical epic of honor and loyalty battling greed and betrayal

5.0 out of 5 stars A historical epic of honor and loyalty battling greed and betrayalNovember 12, 2016
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This review is from: The Errant Flock (The Flock Trilogy Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
Set in Spain, during the 15th century—the time of the Spanish Inquisition—The Errant Flock is the captivating story of tragic militiaman David Sanz. Caught in a deadly game, David was forced by the greedy Duke of Sagrat, Luis Perato, and his cruel Treasurer, Sergio Garcia, to commit a terrible crime in a desperate attempt to save his loved ones.
Things get more complicated when Gaspar De Amo—Aragon’s Inquisitor and father of the demented Duchess—comes to Sagrat with evil plans of his own. He is a dangerous fanatic who commits atrocious acts and brings unimaginable horrors to the people of Sagrat.
The detailed descriptions and an intriguing cast of characters like Captain Tur, David’s loyal friend and fellow militiaman Paco Morales, the young Jewish girl Sinfa, and David’s family enrich this heartbreaking tale.
I held my breath and longed for justice to prevail, even though it seemed impossible during those dark times of fanatical insanity.
The Errant Flock is a story that will stay with you long after you finish the book.

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