Friday, December 24, 2010

Review: Sir Rowan & The Camerian Conquest

Sir Rowan & The Camerian Conquest by Chuck Black.

A Camerian tournament knight discovers that he has a bigger destiny than he thought. Once content with being a highly decorated and celebrated tournament knight, he discovers betrayal, love and a greater purpose. His land is being threatened by a tyrant and he has a part to play in its survival. His Prince requires his service and even though Sir Rowan strays from his path, he learns the faith and love that leads him on.

A wonderful book that leads you on a journey through a life that is ultimately dedicated to a greater purpose. Sir Rowan's journey shows all the courage and love that goes with it. Something of a mirror to the story of the Prince (Jesus) triumphing over the tyrant (evil) in the Bible. An easy read for both children and adults to enjoy. A good way to explore your own feelings of faith, worth and honor.

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.

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