Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest - CD


The Knights of Arrethtrae is a medieval action/adventure series allegory. Building upon the Kingdom of Arrethtrae as created in The Kingdom Series books, these stories fit within the time of the waiting years, between books 3 and 5. This is analogous to the Church Age or the Time of the Gentiles. This is not a chronological series like the Kingdom Series, for each book stands alone and tells of the adventures of individual knights during this time period. The Knights of the Prince are recruiting and training all who will follow the Prince as they wait for His return. During these years, brave knights rise up and take the story of the Prince deep into the heart of the kingdom and to the far reaches of the land. They encounter great adversity and peril as they fight against many strongholds established by the Dark Knight as well as those influenced by his power. Each title allegorically teaches a biblical principle such as loyalty, compassion, courage, humility, and faith while warning against the tools of the devil such as rebellion, greed, doubt, and apathy.

In the final audio book of the Kinght of Arrenthrae series, one man comes face to face with the Dark Knight in order to protect his homeland. The United Cites of Cameria is the most powerful region in the kingdom, but its affiliation with the Knights of the Prince as won it the diabolical hatred of the Dark Knight, who is determined to destroy it from within. When a young man named Rowan, whose skills in tournaments has made him the most decorated knights in Cameria, is attacked and left for dead, he realizes his true purpose in the service of the King. Rowan's eyes are opened to the Dark Knight's plot, and he becomes the only person who can stand between Cameria's governor supreme- actually the Dark Knight in disguise- and the complete destruction of Cameria. Sixth in the series: This is the sixth and final book in the Knights of Arrenthtrea series. This series can be read out of order, the stories are not chronological. Purposeful: In and adventure brimming with action, intrigue and conflict, Black skillfully uses allegory to demonstrate virtue of a life of purpose and the dangerous stronghold of apathy. Scripturally Sound: This powerful parable entertains children and teens without compromising biblical truths. Sir Quinlain and the Swords of Valor contain the magic and other dark elements of many children's books today.

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  • Model: 3671
  • Author: Black, Chuck
  • Format: CD
  • Specs: 5 CD's
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio
  • Grade: 4th - 10th

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