" This is one of those new-agey books that you're almost embarrassed to admit that you liked because you fear that, in a few year's time, you'll read it again and think it's corny. Does that happen to anybody besides me? Anyway, this story of a king who uses his position to punish an innocent man is full of beautiful phrases and lovely philosophical thoughts. It's not dumbed down at all for the intended audience, which is nice. Yeah, there were a few moments where I was disappointed, but all in all, it was surprisingly Dickensian in form, and has a lot to say about destiny and free will and what makes a person good. Enjoyable. "
— Cory, 12/18/2013