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Tuck by Stephen R. Lawhead
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Nov 10, 09

Read in November, 2009

In the conclusion of Lawhead's exciting Robin Hood trilogy, Friar Tuck observes and participates in the intrigues of the outlaw's life - from court betrayal by King William to the politics and dirty doings of the power-mad abbot. Tuck is another new, unique voice and the author pulls it off nicely, giving great care to the priest's earnest desire to see to the band's spiritual well-being. What I loved about it is that despite being at odds with his higher-ranking church brethren, Tuck knows he is doing God's honest work, and he puts himself to the tasks with abandon.

Both Bran and his lady attempt to rally armies to the cause and they are both met with unforeseen challenges. And the true face of an ancient gorilla war, perhaps the first in the world, takes shape. It's a great adventure story and the worthy conclusion to the trilogy.

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