The Honor of a King (A Tale of Mercy)

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Diplomats. Deceit. Disappearances. An exploration. An escape. A wicked king. A wicked queen. A wicked prince. A warning. A war. A wound. A welcome. A slave. A son. An invitation. This tale recounts the adventures of Artemerio and Barto as they investigate the many mysteries surrounding the kingdom of Morlestoph and discover the many mysteries of mercy. More
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About Candace Christine Little

Once upon a time there was a girl, Candace Christine Little, who wrote books of beauty, bravery, and hope. Knowing good stories are maps to virtue and truth, she wrote to build a world of engaging, ennobling, encouraging stories--because the real world real people have inherited needs them to be as shining and spectacular as any hero in any book.

Candace has a B.A. from Dallas Christian College and a J.D. from Regent University School of Law, and she has completed a writing course offered by the Institute of Children’s Literature. She believes in the power of stories to nourish, to teach, and to inspire, and she is wholeheartedly committed to endings that are happy.

Candace has written six novels. Four are part of one series: The Pursuit of a King (A Tale of Wisdom), The Heart of a King (A Tale of Faith), The Honor of a King (A Tale of Mercy), and The Son of a King (A Tale of Love). Two are part of another: Where Dragons Dwell and Whom Dragons Rule.

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Scott Higginbotham reviewed on April 28, 2012

Whether you are young or old, The Honor of a King (A Tale of Mercy) will entertain you and lead you on a fun-filled journey with a diverse cast of characters. Little keeps the pace fresh and snappy, while blending timeless moral truths into the flow. Young readers will have little trouble plumbing the deeper depths of her allegorical statements and symbols as she knits these thoughts into the deeds of her characters.
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