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Two friends face the Dark Knight’s deadliest scheme, but only one knight has the courage to overcome. Sir Quinlan leaves his boyhood friend to serve the Prince, fighting a battle darker and more intense than any he’s ever known. The mysterious Sir Baylor recruits him into the ranks of an elite unit of knights known as the Swords of Valor, but when tragedy strikes and everyone blames Quinlan, the Swords of Valor disband, ending a legacy of heroic deeds. Alone and despairing, Quinlan wanders the kingdom, fleeing his past. His providential encounter with Taras, a mysterious Silent Warrior and former trainer of Valor Knights, offers Quinlan a chance to redeem himself and learn the ways of the secret warriors.

The training is grueling, and just when Quinlan seems to have left his failures behind, he receives an impossible challenge from the Prince—one that will force him to face his past…and the mighty men who blame him for the tragedy that ruined them. Can Quinlan reunite the Valor Knights in time to save the people from the Dark Knight’s evil plot to rule the Kingdom of Arrethtrae, or will the Valor Knights lose the most important battle of all?

©2010 Chuck Black (P)2011 Oasis

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Inspiring, wholesome adventure

We love this series. My son has asked to listen to them again. They are full of adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat. May be too intense for younger listeners. This series is a parody of the bible and shows dedicated God fearing men and women in the battle we all face when we step over the line into His Kingdom.

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A gripping story

I enjoyed this story very much!
But also just saying it is more for 10 and up because it gets pretty intense.
It shows the amazing faith of Christians only in an enchanting story which makes it easier to understand. I can not believe that someone actually came up with a story like this! The background effects are wonderful and really bring the story to life! The narrator and voices are very enjoyable.

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Engaging....worthy of listening more than once.

I enjoyed listening to Sir Quinlan. The allegory of Christianity and trials and tests of a genuine devoted service to God is plainly understood. It may be that obvious allegory which made it all the more enjoyable for me.
The mix of characters and personalities was well planned and I found each capable of holding the listener's attention.
The narrator and accompanying voice actors were skilled and seemed to give life to the individual characters. Kudos for a job well done.
This wont be the last of this particular Chuck Black series to which I will listen.

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Loved Quinlan's transformation.

A truth rings through this story that calls real Christians to serious contemplation of their lives and choices...

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Sir Quinlin:

I loved all the characters in it!

I think that everyone should read this book. It shows forgiveness and courage in it, and I think that in it, there is something beautiful. In the characters, and the storyline.

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A New Family Favorite!

Our whole family enjoyed listing to this book, and my kids have already listened a second time! Hols your attention, with a lot of deeper hidden meaning to ponder over for days afterward.

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Excellent!!

I love this, along with all the Knights books, true food for the soul. Thanks!

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So Pertinent

Enjoy the entertainment of the world? Gaming, computers, social media? This story is for you.

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Terrific! The whole family is hooked!

We have read and listened to these multiple times. Everyone is engaged and we've even sat in the driveway waiting for a chapter to end.

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Exciting and enjoyable!

It is a wonderful, God lifting story without the glorifying of cults and sin.
We have listened to this story over and over.

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  • 09-29-18

Good book, good characters, inconsistent audio

As story goes, this one is as good as the first and better than the second book in this series, but it does feel like a step back from the 3rd and 4th books due to some inconsistent sound mixing and lower quality voice acting - some of the lines were a struggle to understand or hear and the voices were reused too much during the story (characters even used the wrong accent in a few spots)

But, that doesn't detract too much from the powerful stories of Sir Quinlan and Sir Gustav as they decided whether to follow God or please self. I love the middle third of this book and the parallels to real life struggles that many Christians go through. A very good listen