Noble Courage: Book One of The Aspen Series

Adult
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Treat yourself to a dramatic medieval tale of love, greed, power and innocence...

Fall in love with the people of Elgolan, experience life in a time history forgot, and see why everyone is hooked on The Aspen Series! Befriend the Darktower family today! More
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About Daisha Marie Korth

Mrs. Korth resides in Idaho with her four sons, her husband, step-children, and all her grandchildren. She has lived in Idaho her entire life and loves the inspiration that comes from the beauty where she lives. Among many other things, she loves to travel…to see new places and meet new people. Her mother says that reading her work is like reading memories of another lifetime. Yes, the medieval times have always been her most favorite of all periods in history…

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Noble Courage Book Trailer, Book One of the Aspen Series...a very loved story by many! Become one who leaves your own world to venture into the existence of those who lived in a simpler time, loved with everything in them, and warred with those around them.

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Review by: megan gabbitas on Sep. 07, 2012 :
Well, I am apparently computer illiterate. This book was a definite 5 star read.
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Review by: megan gabbitas on Sep. 07, 2012 :
I must have forgotten to rate on my previous comment. A definite 5 star read.
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Review by: megan gabbitas on Sep. 07, 2012 : (no rating)
Oh where to begin...this book is so full of emotion. A wonderful love story full of excitement. This story relates so closely to real life feelings and hits home for someone who has ever loved and lost. It wrenches your heart but in some of the best ways possible. The descriptive writing Daisha uses allows your mind to escape reality and become the characters. A+ Loved it!
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Review by: Katie Clark on Aug. 29, 2012 : (no rating)
Daisha does a great job. I got hooked immediately and enjoyed every bit of the book. I love the characters because she bases them from personal experience and I think thats what makes a book! I love her creativeness and drama! She does an excellent job!
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Review by: Nancy on April 30, 2011 :
This book suffers greatly from a lack of editing. The author puts words into her characters' mouths which would never have been spoken in medieval times, fails to say who is speaking at times, creating confusion, and uses questionable grammar, also creating confusion for the reader. However, in spite of all this, the story line is quite good and some people may be able to overlook the editing problems, which, if fixed, would turn the book into a first class product.
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