Great book, one of my favourites out of the series.
Cedric is once again telling a story of a Knight, a story of hope and new life. Sir Gavin devotes his life to nothing but the Code of the King. When the Prince comes to deliver the Kingdom of Chessington and the surrounding cities, the noble knights get edgy. They think that he is here to overthrow them. Gavin now devotes his life to exterminating the Prince. When the Prince is finally executed Gavin feels uneasy. He runs to the chamber of the Code only to see the thick oak doors torn from top to bottom... This is the story of one man's search for truth, healing, and help.
The lines are clear. Actions speak louder than words.
There is a lot of Spiritual content, including a Christ-figure in the Prince. Gavin is much like the Biblical Saul/Paul: repenting, being baptized into Christ and given a new name, Sir Gavinauh.
The Shadow warriors give Gavin a good run through but nothing too graphic.
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I love this one because it has such a good story line to it and stuck with me more than the other three in the series did. Like the others in the series, it combines a medieval fantasy with Christian allegory - this time drawing particularly from the life of the Apostle Paul, as mentioned in the Spiritual Content box.