Victory's Arrow

A Living Legend For Young and Old

Children - Action
174 Pages
Reviewed on 09/08/2021
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Author Biography

Husband and wife duo with six unique arrows of their own. What began as a bedtime story evolved into a novel to be shared with the world for a time such as this. Victory's Arrow is a legend inspired by true stories crafted to inspire both the young and old. Many are left to wonder, "Did this really happen?"

    Book Review

Reviewed by Paul F. Murray for Readers' Favorite

In Victory's Arrow by Cole Regitz and Sarah Regitz, as a child, Victory begins to develop her archery skills under the tutelage of her kind-hearted father, Mr. Whittington, a charitable soul who endeavors to assist neighboring villages. Victory picks up on her father's selfless, giving nature, and she is also willing to self-sacrifice for the greater good. Victory and her companions - her father, Alexander, and Big Red Momma - plot to see if they can defeat the Dark Army that has their town of Camlen (amongst many others) in the grip of terror and slavery. Their task is not made easier by a deceitful enemy spy in their midst who tries to con them. All the while, Victory and Alexander gradually turn their initial archery rivalry into something more significant as the story progresses.

Victory's Arrow by Cole and Sarah Regitz is one of the best-plotted, most enjoyable novels that I have ever read in over a half-century of reading novels. The authors know how to create a plot and develop it correctly and smoothly. Victory Whittington is the heroine of this story in the truest sense of the word. Cole and Sarah Regitz certainly know how to tell a story. This is an easy read, fast-paced, and gripping from page one right to the end and everywhere in between. Readers will appreciate that there is no wasted space in Victory's Arrow on unimportant minor characters or narration that interrupts the flow of the continuing action. Readers will find this novel very difficult to put down, and when they have finished reading it, they will likely want to go right back to the beginning and start re-reading it all over again.