Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights



Whimsical And Poignant, Sir Thomas The Hesitant And The Table Of Less Valued Knights Tells The Story Of Thomas Farmer Who Dreams Of Becoming A Knight, Sets Out To Save His Brother From The Hands Of An Evil Baron, And Uncovers A Plot That Threatens Camelot Itself Along The Way, He Befriends A Series Of Misfits Including An Allegedly Reformed Evil Wizard, A Shrinking Giantess With A Latent Gift, A Veteran Knight With A Dark Secret, And His Best Friend Philip The Exceptionally Unlucky.In The End, His Friends Must All Join Forces And Thomas Must Come To Grips With What It Means To Be A True Hero If They Are To Outwit The Evil Baron At Its Heart, Sir Thomas S Tale Is The Story Of A Young Man Growing Up And Learning What It Means To Be A Hero In A World That Doesn T Always Make Sense.Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights

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  • Paperback
  • 266 pages
  • Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights
  • Liam Perrin
  • English
  • 25 August 2017
  • 1482690055

10 thoughts on “Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights

  1. says:

    This book was an absolute delight from beginning to end I have always loved it when a novel focuses on the characters who would be overlooked by most writers and that s exactly what Sir Thomas does It s absolutely packed full of witticisms, wry observations and oddly thought provoking asides Thomas is overlooked even within his own family, who favor his older brother William has been imprisoned for the heinous crime of suggesting to the local baron that perhaps hoarding their village s suppl This book was an absolute delight from beginning to end I have always loved it when a novel focuses on the characters who would be overlooked by most writers and that s exactly what Sir Thomas does It s absolutely packed full of witticisms, wry observations and oddly thought provoking asides Thomas is overlooked even within his own family, who favor his older brother William has been imprisoned for the heinous crime of suggesting to the local baron that perhaps hoarding their village s supply of grain and leaving the peasants to starve is a bit counterproductive When Thomas sets out to Camelot, it s to beg the soon to be married King Arthur for the boon of his brother s release however, Thomas has some grander ideas If he becomes a Knight he can right other wrongs While waiting for his turn with Arthur, Thomas meets Philip, a fellow hopeful They quickly become friends and try to navigate the strange world of Knighthood together.Their first ch...

  2. says:

    A friend of mine, BookWol known for her famous fantasy book drinks go check it out if you haven t tipped me off to this book, describing it as Pratchett esque She liked it so much I was inundated with silly quotes and tidbits from the book.So, naturally, I had to pick this one up This is a shorter review because the book itself is pretty short.It s a rather simple tale, there s a village and the land around it is dying, there s barely any crops and the livestoc A friend of mine, BookWol known for her famous fantasy book drinks go check it out if you haven t tipped me off to this book, describing it as Pratchett esque She liked it so much I was inundated with silly quotes and tidbits from the book.So, naturally, I had to pick this one up This is a shorter review because the book itself is pretty short.It s a rather simple tale, there s a village and the l...

  3. says:

    I was sent a digital copy of this book in return for a fair and honest review I had heard some very positive reviews and I was very excited to read this.Over the past 18 months I have read quite a few books that weredark and grim While they often have compelling conflicts or struggles where the characters have with difficult choices, I can get weighed emotionally after a while with grmidark That is why I was very eager to dive into this book.To simply call this book fun, light hearted o I was sent a digital copy of this book in return for a fair and honest review I had heard some very positive reviews and I was very excited to read this.Over the past 18 months I have read quite a few books that weredark and grim While they often have compelling conflicts or struggles where the characters have with difficult choices, I can get weighed emotionally after a while with grmidark That is why I was very eager to dive into this book.To simply call this book fun, light hearted or a book to cleanse the palate would do it a disservice Certainly the book was chock full of chuckle worthy moments especially the scenes with Thomas s magical sword , and I found myself picturing the author laughing at his own jokes as he wrote it.To go no farther with my review and focus only on the humor would miss how well the author worked with and even featured flawed characters And then, he didn t just m...

  4. says:

    Hi Everyone Goodreads suggests that authors go ahead and rate their own books and then use the review section to say something about the book that readers can t find out from the other blurbs and biography sections I thought I d share the impetus for this hopefully first book of many in the series.I was reading some of the original Arthurian corpus a decade or so ago and I came across this paragraph Know that there were three kinds of tables there The first was the Round Table King Art Hi Everyone Goodreads suggests that authors go ahead and rate their own books and then use the review section to say something about the book that readers can t find out from the other blurbs and biography sections I thought I d share the impetus for this hopefully first book of many in the series.I was reading some of the original Arthurian corpus a decade or so ago and I came across this paragraph Know that there were three kinds of tables there The first was the Round Table King Arthur was companion and lord of this one The second table was called the Table of Errant Companions, those who went seeking adventure and waited to become companions of the Round Table Those of the third table were those who never left court and did not go on quests or in search of adventures, either because of illness or because they had not enough courage These knights were called the less valued knights The idea of a Table of Le...

  5. says:

    When a hero saves the town or rescues the princess, the accolades come from far and wide The hero s name is recorded in the annals of history, and his namesake is revered for generations to come But what about the other men or women behind the scenes that have risked life and limb to ensure the hero s victories In many cases, they might be the ones most responsible for saving the day, but are never honored or shown the respect they deserve.Until now Liam Perrin s Sir Thomas the Hesitant ...

  6. says:

    A lovely, entertaining, fun booka coming of age comic fantasy with hints of William Goldman and Terry Pratchett Well paced, with a great cast of lovable characters Recommended for anyone looking for a light read.

  7. says:

    Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights by Liam Perrin is a story about the unsung heroes of Camelot These are the knights who do the legwork and investigate ne er do wells so thefamous knights can sweep in and hog the glory They re the ones who fight in a mock tournament smashing eggs on each other s heads so theprominent knights look all theimpressive when they joust They aren t the heroes of the story They re here to make t...

  8. says:

    What a wonderful story All I could think was am I sure this is not Terry Prachett It was funny, heart warming, enjoyable and had a very satisfying ending Give it a try You won t be disappointed.

  9. says:

    Remarkable.There are different types of heroes The most common is the hero who s brave and goes looking for opportunities to prove himself Another is the hero who s not very brave and he knows it and perhaps not very skilled, but when he finds himself in a situation where something needs to be done, well, he does it Not because he s brave, but because it s right.Both kinds of heroes feature in Sir Thomas the Hesitant and the Table of Less Valued Knights, but our protagonist is Thomas.And Th Remarkable.There are different types of heroes The most common is the hero who s brave and goes looking for opportunities to prove himself Another is the hero who s not very brave and he knows it and perhaps no...

  10. says:

    A light, pleasant read a funny and good natured book I enjoyed making the acquaintance of the likable misfits of the title.

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