I also liked the courtly love story in this story. It was like saying: escaping from real life is okay from time to time, as long as you remember Christ as you are escaping. I was delighted with this venture into Arrethtrae and literally nearly devoured this book. Lady Carliss is a loyal Knight of Arrenthetrae. I grew to really love and admire the characters in this book. Shadow Warriors and evil knights battle Silent Warriors and the Prince's knights, in a battle for the souls of men.
She hold Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue is an excellent young adult novel. And it was a happily ever after. Her life and the lives of others are hanging in the balance and she must make the choice. Lady Carliss must now try to find help for Dalton and rescue Lady Salina's family. Determined, smart and a master of both the sword and the bow, Lady Carliss has proven herself as a veteran Knight of the Prince.
She ran after the man, ignoring the warning calls from her father and mother. When Dalton falls to the vicious attack of a mysterious, poisonous creature, Carliss finds herself in a race against time. The meta-narrative or grand story of the Bible is indeed alluring. Chuck Blackâs writing energizes and revives my passion to serve our Lord, making me examine myself so I am ready for His imminent return. There's also a little unexpected twist or two that I, myself, never saw coming. He lives with his family in North Dakota.
And he used a fantasy novel to teach this lesson, which I thought was just brilliant. They make me cry with joy for what the King and the Prince do. The best one so far! As they leave to follow they find Sir Dalton, another knight and a man Lady Carliss has secretly loved, and by whose side she has bravely fought. She ached for something she knew did not exist and yet believed it should. This was a relatively short novel 208 pages tha This, the 4th volume in the Lady Carliss Series is introduced by Cedric of Chessington, who is a humble servant to the Prince, who represents Jesus Christ. As Dalton clings perilously to life, she must find the antidote in the distant and strange city of Moorue. She faces an impossible choice: save Dalton, or let him die so that others may live.
From the very first pages of this book, you are instantly caught up in an exciting adventure that doesn't stop its rollercoaster ride until you arrive at the last pages of the book! Her faith in the Prince and her courage as a knight are tested as she faces evil Shadow Warriors and a swamp full of dreadful creatures. Following John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress legacy, Black interweaves Christian themes into his fa The appeal of fantasy fiction is wrapped up in its other-worldliness. But she cannot save them all, for time is running out. This was a really good book. In the end, Carliss must make a heart-rending decision: will she save the life of her friend, or will she save the lives of many other people? While there Carliss uncovers the master plot of a powerful Shadow Warrior that will soon overtake the entire Kingdom. No one knows if it is real or myth. Along the way she is reunited with Sir Dalton and discovers that the struggle in her heart is far from over.
Can she master her feelings and defeat the spreading evil in Moorue before it's too late? The characters he has created and the passions they exude will motivate readers to follow their examples, which have now been etched into their awakened conscience. She, Lady Salina and her new friend set off for the city of Moorue. This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. Combat trained, Chuck Black makes warfare real without gratuitous violence but rather with a message of honor. Determined, smart and a master of both the sword and the bow, Lady Carliss has proven herself as a veteran Knight of the Prince. .
She faces an impossible choice: save Dalton, or let him die so that others may live. Finally, Carlis gets the lily and gets back to were Dalton was the eight night. It's a follow on from Sir Dalton, and although with the rest of the Knights of Arrethtrae books you can read them in no particular order, this one really needs to be read after reading Sir Dalton. He's always included a supporting lady for his knights, but this time, he decided to make the girl the main character. I would have liked to see the story expanded more, and more details given about what's going on. On her journey she uncovers a plot by an evil Shadow Warrior to take over the kingdom. I found the story interesting and an enjoyable read.
If you can, I would suggest reading Sir Dalton first before reading Lady Carliss - so you can understand were their growing attractions came from, but I don't think it' The first time Chuck Black has written one of his books that had the main character a lady - and he did an outstanding job! An extensive study guide is included at the end of the book. Those who knew her thought her a bit peculiar, a bit too intense and serious—certainly not like the other girls. Thank you, Reader, for getting me into this series. Carliss reined in her horse and waited. Then Carlis and Ganof go to a chamber with Lord Malko. But she cannot save them all, for time is running out.
To obey this call may cost Carliss -- and Dalton - their lives. They let me see our world through new eyes. Chuck Black's writing energizes and revives my passion to serve our Lord, making me examine myself so I am ready for His imminent return. While there, Carliss uncovers the master plot of a powerful Shadow Warrior that will soon overtake the entire Kingdom. And then the second chapter came along.
I was not compensated monetarily for my honest review. This book, in some respects, is a continuation of the book before this, Sir Dalton. Some of the words the writer chooses to use do require a certain level of knowledge and understanding. The style is straightforward and action-oriented, suitable for teen-age readers and a shorter sized fantasy book. On those special days, Carliss would take a dark cloth outside and catch the intricate flakes so she could gaze upon them and marvel at their perfection and beauty. Over the course of the next two years, Sir Orland found many opportunities to come and train the family in the ways of the Prince and in the sword.