New Chapter In Knights of Arrethae Series

There’s a new chapter in the fantasy series Knights of Arrethae. It’s the fourth book and is entitled Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue. It’s available now from Random House. The synopsis states that “Lady Carliss has proven herself as a knight, being a master of both the sword and the bow. Now she finds herself racing against time to save two things she holds dear: Sir Dalton, who has been attacked by a poisonous creature, and the entire Kingdom, from a takeover plot devised by a powerful Shadow Warrior. But will she have enough time to rescue both Dalton and the Kingdom, or will she be forced to make a terrible choice?” You can order the book from Amazon right here.

If you’re not familiar with these books, you may want to start from the beginning with Book One – Sir Kendrick & the Castle of Bel Lione. You can find info how to get it here.

The Knights of Arrethtrae is a medieval action/adventure series allegory written by Chuck Black. 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.

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