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Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest by Chuck Black {Review}

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By Chuck Black / Multnomah Books

Sir Rowan is the most decorated tournament knight in Cameria, but when he is attacked and left for dead, his world collapses. Betrayed and lingering at death’s door, only a bizarre vision of his Prince and the help of a woman dedicated to the King keeps him alive. As Rowan heals, he finds new purpose in life through service to his King. But his beloved land of Cameria has fallen victim to the tyranny of the Dark Knight.

Rowan’s countrymen need his help taking their cities back from the enemy, but all is not as it appears. The mysterious Sir Lijah insists Rowan’s purpose lies elsewhere-far away from Cameria, in an ancient city and for an ancient cause. Rowan’s destiny is greater than he ever imagined. The final battle with the Dark Knight approaches, and he must choose where he will fight. Will he discover his true identity and purpose as a Knight of the Prince, or will the Dark Knight claim victory for eternity?

My Review:

The final book in the Knights of Arrethtrae series closed the series with a perfect story. I enjoyed the series very much and this book was no different. The whole series is an allegorical story of the Christian walk. It’s geared toward young people who love stories of brave Knights,  castles, and good triumphing over evil. Mr. Black is a wonderful story teller and I have enjoyed reading this series by him. I own almost the entire Knights of Arrethtrae series and have read his previous series called the Kingdom series.  Book 6 of the Kingdom series actually ties up both so I suggest reading both series. It really doesn’t matter what series you read first because it all ties together in the end.

I highly recommend this book and its predecessors to all who want a good Christian alternative to many of the books that are out there right now.

“The King reigns….. and His Son!”

*To find out how to purchase a copy of this book click on the title above.  Thank you Waterbrook Multnomah for sending me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*