Book Review: Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione

Haunted by a painful past, Sir Kendrick is a dedicated and serious knight. When he is told that the youthful and enthusiastic Sir Duncan is to accompany him on a mission, Kendrick is slightly irritated. Such small frustrations soon fade. A new and dangerous sect of knights is rising. Can Kendrick and Duncan figure out what is happening in Bel Lione? Will the mission cost them their lives?

Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione is the first book in the Knights of Arrethtrae series. I highly recommend this book, and the rest of Chuck Black’s books. They are fun to read, meaningful, and fast paced.

Stay tuned for more reviews on The Knights of Arrethtrae and Kingdom series, as well as for a giveaway of Sir Bentley and Holbrook Court in November.

Author: Chuck Black
Audience: All Ages
Genre: Christian Allegory
Pages: 208
Publisher: Multnomah Books


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