CSFF Tour – Corus the Champion Day 2




The Christian Sci-Fi and Fantasy tour is highlighting D. Barkley Briggs  and his book Corus the Champion from the Legends of Karac Tor series. It is the second of five books. The first book is The Book of Names, and the third is also available, The Song of Unmasking. Anyone who leaves a comment through December 9 will have a chance to win Song.

I’m disappointed that I haven’t had time to read the books yet. Too much going on lately. However, I bought the first three for my boys, and they are working their way through the series. My oldest is reading Corus right now, while my middle son has started Names.

We featured The Book of Names a couple of years ago. In the meantime issues with the original publisher arose, and the series was put on hiatus until this year, when the first three found release and new life.

I can’t comment on the books themselves, but I was willing to buy the first three at once because of what I see of the author, D. Barkley Briggs. I’ve not met him, but from what I’ve gathered online from his blog, Twitter feed, and biography, he is a man with a heart to challenge kids toward a great adventure in the Kingdom.

After losing his wife of 16 years, Briggs decided to tell a tale his four sons could relate to in their own journey through loss. Thus was born The Legends of Karac Tor, a sweeping adventure of four brothers who become enmeshed in the crisis of another world and along the way, must find their courage, battle overwhelming odds, face their pain, and never quit searching for home. (From his bio)

My boys and I have a tradition of reading at night before they go to bed. I am so thankful that even my 11 year old wants to continue this. I am looking forward to reading the Legends of Karac Tor to them, and to keep their love of story going, and stoke the fires of seeking God’s adventure for their lives in all they do.

I wish I had my own review, but I’m hoping that my oldest will do what he was asked and write up a little plug for Karac Tor. There are many more thoughts from my tourmates below. Becky Miller always collects all of the posts for your perusal, so check those out for more!

Gillian Adams Noah Arsenault Beckie Burnham Morgan L. Busse CSFF Blog Tour Carol Bruce Collett Theresa Dunlap April Erwin Victor Gentile Nikole Hahn Ryan Heart Bruce Hennigan Christopher Hopper Julie Carol Keen Krystine Kercher Marzabeth Shannon McDermott Rebecca LuElla Miller Eve Nielsen Sarah Sawyer Kathleen Smith Donna Swanson Rachel Starr Thomson Steve Trower Fred Warren Phyllis Wheeler Nicole White Rachel Wyant

2 thoughts on “CSFF Tour – Corus the Champion Day 2

  1. I too haven’t read all of it, but what I have read, I have really enjoyed. I agree with you… the author does sound like a pretty kind hearted guy. It’s pretty touching to know and hear the story on why he wrote this series.
    I hope your little ones enjoy them… I liked your picture you did for his epic photo book contest.
    Please do count me in for your book 3 giveaway 🙂 Thanks.

  2. Jason, I get the busy thing believe me. No worries. I’d much rather you take the time to enjoy them with your kids. Spoiled for the Ordinary? Love it. I have two 11 year old twins (Gabe/Gage and Garret/Gatlin) in the series and a 12 year old, Jacob, who I’m reading to, as well. Jacob (Jakor, Odessa’s youngest) makes a stronger showing in Book 4. He can’t wait to get to that part. Cheers, friend! 🙂

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