Tuesday, May 8, 2012
An enjoyable sequel...
This was a great follow-up to the Best Laid Plans. This is very entertaining, and I love that it is Canadian. Of course, now I impatiently wait for book 3. Come on Terry, write faster.
A passage that captured my imagination (from page 183) was this:
"Aye, and there were many doubters who told us all it was never to be. The mountain, simply too high to scale. But a life without challenge, a life without hardship, a life without purpose, seems pale and pointless. With challenge come perseverence and gumption. With hardship come resilience and resolve. With purpose come strength and understanding. And tonight, with victory come elation, gratitude, expectations, and a wee spot of trepidation."
Well said. Much of this could be borrowed to describe a few trials and tribulations and the reward of perseverence.