Book Review: The Twin Arrows by Kate Willis

Good afternoon, Arrowheads! I’ve got another book review for y’all today, this time for the short and sweet tale by Kate Willis, The Twin Arrows. Is anyone else excited to read her newest release, Kiera?! I know I am! 🙂 But anyway, without further ado, here’s the review for The Twin Arrows!

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The Twin Arrows is a short, enjoyable tale for any age. The story tells the tale of a young girl named Ryla and her older brother Drewin as they wait for protectors selected by their father to guide them to safety amidst unrest in the kingdom. While Ryla easily adapts to her new undercover persona, Drewin becomes restless and decides to follow his own route for safety. Does his rash plan help or hinder him in the end?

The main thing I liked about this cute story is how Ryla relies so heavily on God throughout her journey. Whenever she’s anxious, her first resort is to turn to God in prayer. This is an admirable trait that serves as a good influence to the audience, especially children.

Drewin’s actions also provide the readers with a message of forgiveness. I enjoyed watching him realize the consequences of being headstrong over the course of the story and his persistence to seek redemption.

Overall, I highly recommend this sweet story to others! Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 stars!

Are you a Christian author in search of blog tour stops or book reviews? If so, please stop by my contact page! 🙂

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As an author and blogger, my goal is to teach writers that there is a way to write realistic, thought-provoking, redemptive Christian fiction that honors God while not sugarcoating the realities of the world. 

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