Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue by Chuck Black
Reviewed by Savvy Scholars co- owner Olivia
Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue has my top vote. In this tale of life, death, love and passion, Lady Carliss finds herself fighting for the not just her own live, but the lives of dozens of people, and the secret love she can never be with.
This is the fourth installment of Chuck Black's series Knights of Arrethtrae. Lady Carliss is a master of the sword and the bow. She is one of the few knights to be called by the King and Prince to fight for only good and their sake.
In this book we balance good and evil both representing spiritual things. The Prince and the King are an analogy of our LORD Jesus and our GOD. Where as the evil Lord Malco is an analogy of Satan or commonly called the devil. It is mainly written from a Christian perspective.
Lady Carliss faces Lord Malco, the Shadow knights, Esca lizards, and the strange Waters of Moorue bravely and with valor. This book has sword fights, poisons lizards, and a lovely love story, all together making a magnificent plot story and read.
Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue has twenty - four chapters, plus, chapter by chapter discussion questions.
Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest is a true knight’s tale. When Sir Rowan meets an all time Knight and personal hero, Sir Aldwyn, he will get a chance to live his dream becoming a knight of the Prince. When his fame starts uprising he finds it hard to stay dedicated.
After Sir Rowan is dumped to die alone, he finds someone to help him out of his pain and suffering. Rowan starts to feel more strength build in his body and more comfortable with the person who is healing more then his old wounds and scars.
Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest are for youths to enjoy a knight’s tale while understanding the ways of the devil and who he really is. Sir Rowan has twenty – three chapters and discussion questions.