Title: A courageous heart (Jabuti’s Quest Book Three)
Author: Grant Langley
Genre: Historical thriller fiction
Length: 261 Pages (Paperback)
Some things in life are worth fighting for
Believing his troubles are over, Jabuti yearns for a return home to the arms of his beloved, yet fate has other plans. After a dangerous quest to uncover secrets to his past, his destiny now, as before, lies in the hands of others. Some are only too willing to help, but others seek to take advantage for their own gain.
From blood-thirsty cannibals and ruthless treasure seekers to capricious despots; he and his companions have survived them all. But one adversary refuses to let the past lie, and Jabuti is forced to seek help from an unlikely source. Journeying to the royal palace of Madrid, he makes a desperate plea to an unlikely ally to intervene.
In this highly-charged atmosphere, there can only be one victor in this ultimate test of survival. From the cobbled streets of Cadiz to the stifling heat of the rainforest, the final act will unfold with devastating consequences.
🦢”It’s all within you sometimes we need
a guiding hand”
🐾When Jabuti runs off the clutches of the tough deserts of Morocco and the Sultan he catches up with his destination (In Book#2: Hope not lost😍). Does his quest finish up there? NO. He finds it really heavy to see the miserable ailment his father is in. He protects him at the right time. While he is occupied visiting his father unaware that a conspiracy is being plotted against him and his friend Wanadi. Wanadi is captured and is being taken to the island where gold could be found.
🐾Jabuti being a man of sentiments could not let his friend die in the hands of a greedy, selfish and cruel Governor. He attempts all that he could to save him out of the trap.
And that directs to another journey where he arrives for aid to a mad man’s kingdom.
When life begins to sort out, another grief awaits him.
🐾The entire quest of Jabuti is full of ups and downs and those events reflect that he isn’t a conventional soul and it gives the reader hope. A hope that everyone has about their goals in life
🐾The book was much awaited after I read Hope not lost and it was equally delightful and heroic.
🐾The author has a very touchy way of writing and is good at stirring emotions.
🐾After I wrapped up I felt like I wanted to read more about Jabuti, maybe I have connected to him while reading his journey.
🐾I am happy that there is another book in the series which will hold more about the quest.
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