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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Sword of the Spirit, the final book in the Armor of God series by Theresa Linden, is a story of dragons and young heroes. This last part begins with George, his brother Eric, and their friends in a dark tunnel, where they ventured after hearing a noise. Here they meet Sir Crewe and have a close encounter with a dragon, whose name they later also discover - Greenscale the Forlorn. The story of Greenscale will become known soon to George and the other young heroes, but in the meantime, they will have to find out what kind of job Sir Crewe wants them to do, and they will have to deserve the Sword of the Spirit, which they will earn if they arm themselves with virtues every day.
Who doesn't love stories of dragons and knights? Sword of the Spirit is a book young readers will love for these amazing characters, and I am sure they will be eager to find out how George and the others manage to earn the Sword of the Spirit. Theresa Linden has written a story in which there is so much to discover, and you will read every event with keen curiosity. Furthermore, this book has a Christian message that is very difficult to find in novels for young readers, and even more rarely is it conveyed so well. I recommend Sword of the Spirit (and all the other books in the series) to adventurous young readers who also want to learn something special. Linden will not disappoint them.