Corus the Champion (2020)

Corus the Champion D. Barkley Briggs Corus the Champion From his frozen fortress in The Cruel North Baron von Gulag a k a Kr Nunos schemes and cackles with delight His mighty Goth army is ready to be released Also though his plan to take control of Karac
  • Title: Corus the Champion
  • Author: D. Barkley Briggs
  • ISBN: 9780899578644
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
Corus the Champion D. Barkley Briggs From his frozen fortress in The Cruel North, Baron von Gulag a.k.a Kr Nunos schemes and cackles with delight His mighty Goth army is ready to be released Also, though his plan to take control of Karac Tor by ruining the youth did not come to full fruition, an entire generation was critically led astray Kr Nunos knows that without leaders, character or strength, the lFrom his frozen fortress in The Cruel North, Baron von Gulag a.k.a Kr Nunos schemes and cackles with delight His mighty Goth army is ready to be released Also, though his plan to take control of Karac Tor by ruining the youth did not come to full fruition, an entire generation was critically led astray Kr Nunos knows that without leaders, character or strength, the land will fail, and no one will be strong enough to resist him To complete the ruin of the land, his intent is to break down the final resistance of its greatest champion, Corus, whom he stole from the Fey But all four Barlows boys twins Gabe and Garret crossed over at the end of Book 1 are now working hard against him, with powers beyond his ability to corrupt or control Gabe has begun the mastery of his surprising gift of Bird Speech, revered by the Highlanders, and Garret is learning to command the wind under the tutelage of none other than Merlin of old who has long traveled between the two worlds, and who, in ages past, brought Artorius the King to Karac Tor to rest and heal after he fell in the Battle for Breton.But it is Ewan who will face the most difficult test as he and Sorge set out to rescue Corus from the clutches of Hel Meanwhile, ancient destinies are rising from the ash heap of history, for a Champion must serve a King and the shameful betrayal committed by Corus s famous ancestor must be atoned for Will the Barlows grow as brothers and learn to live heroically Maybeif they can stay alive
Corus the Champion D. Barkley Briggs

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  1. Matthew Sampson

    My favourite stories are the ones where characters and their motivations drive the plot and elicit emotion Corus the Champion lives up to the legacy founded by The Book of Names, broadening its focus from Barlow brothers Hadyn and Ewan to several other POV characters Garret, Gabe, Sorge and Corus This is a great book in an equally great series.

  2. Kristy

    Just as cool as the first I would definitely recommend thesery well written, a good plot, and strong Christian elements mixed with fantasy.

  3. Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    I have had the delightful opportunity to be a part of the Legends of Karac Tor when I reviewed book three in the series, The Song of Unmaking Now I get to further my reading pleasure in taking my readers back a bit to book two in the series, Corus the Champion by Dean Barkley Briggs.First a bit of history on Mr Briggs, who wrote the series for his children who were dealing with their own personal tragedy of losing their mother In a twist of divine providence, Mr Briggs soon met another woman who [...]

  4. Nikole Hahn

    The poem at the beginning of Corus the Champion, Legends of Korac Tor beguiled me with it s beauty I was intrigued by the story and the cover of the book, but you can t judge a book by it s cover as the old saying goes.The writer beautifully describes the land and it s people There s no doubt that the author has the gift of writing and story telling However, I did not care for the book Normally, I can get into any book, even if I have never read the other books, like Andrew Peterson s The Monste [...]

  5. Jim

    Mr Briggs has succeeded in not only carrying along the momentum begun in the first installment of this series, but elevating it The first book established the characters, the setting, and the atmosphere while setting the stage for the plot to come This book develops everything satisfyingly, but doesn t stop there There are layers here, a depth that was hinted at in the first book, but is now unfolding little by little.The prose is still excellent Here, strewn among verdurous fields with gushing [...]

  6. Cathrine Bonham

    I could not put this book down This is one of those rare reads that keeps you so engaged in the actions that important tasks such as sleeping and eating are tourture to perform if it means leaving the story I case you were wondering it only took me twelve hours to read.The action picks up where the first book The Book of Names ended and continues the adventures of the four Barlow boys who have been called to the Hidden Lands by the mysterious Christ like figure of Aion This story, like many midd [...]

  7. R.M. Lutz

    This was a solid follow up toThe Book of Names However, I had some difficulty keeping up with Gabe and Garret and telling them apart I loved the addition of the Arthurian legends to the mix A solid 4.5 5 stars for mature Christian Fantasy fans This tale is a little on the darker side, so I would recommend it for teens and up Like Christian sci fi and fantasy Check out thebookhoundchristianspecfic

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