Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione : The Knights of Arrethtrae

  • by Chuck Black
  • Narrated by Andy Turvey, Dawn Marshall
  • Series: The Knights of Arrethtrae
  • 5 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A dangerous new order threatens the mission of the Knights of Arrethtrae. Only loyalty to the prince can bring victory! As the Knights of the Prince await His triumphant return, they are steadfast in their mission to take His story into the kingdom and recruit as many as are willing. But when a new and dangerous threat is revealed, their mission is jeopardized. Sir Kendrick and his young charge, the impetuous Sir Duncan, are sent on a mission to discover the identity and origin of a secretive new order known as the Conquistero Knights. They travel to the city of Bel Lione where Lord Ra has been enticing young people in the kingdom to join his festivals, after which many choose not to return home. Their families keep quiet for fear of repercussion. When Sir Duncan disappears while trying to discover the truth of Lord Ra's castle, Sir Kendrick attempts to find and enlist the help of a mysterious warrior. Time is short for he must save Duncan and call upon the knight of Chessington to join in the battle against the evil Lord Ra.


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Customer Reviews

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I'm shocked by the high reviews

What would have made Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione better?

If the story was about the prince instead of Kendrick, given how many pages were devoted to how awesome the prince is, i have to wonder, why are we reading about Kendrick?

What do you think your next listen will be?

Kris longknife

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Narrator was ok, but the prose seemed disjointed

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?


Any additional comments?

This was a short book. It felt like a side story instead of an intro to the world and characterthat the first book of a series should be. After listening, i still don't know who the villain is and why the hero is worth caring about.

The characters seem shallow and one dimensional. Evil is evil because it's evil. This was fine a century ago, but such characters seems ridiculous in the 21st century.

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- auroragb

Middle School morality tale from a Christian Book

What disappointed you about Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione?

Superficial, simplistic, not written for an adult, and weak even for the target age.

Would you ever listen to anything by Chuck Black again?


Would you be willing to try another one of the narrator’s performances?

Narration was not bad, but hate background music during narration.

Any additional comments?

Found it bad enough to be amusing and finish the 5 hr.

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- John "Mainly a Sci-Fi, Fantasy guy, but also classic fiction, and detective books."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-27-2009
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio