Luke always dreamed of being a knight, so he can’t believe his luck when Merlin summons him to Camelot on an important mission. Soon, Luke, Arthur and their sister are swept into thrilling adventure in search ancient treasure missing knights.
When Luke’s brother Arthur is given an ancient and magnificent sword for his birthday, Luke crushed. He the one who dreams of being a knight – it’s not fair! But as promised by Merlin, soon gets chance to prove himself true courageous knight. evil Morgana poisons her Mandrake turns into dragon steals him away secret lair, sister Gwinnie chase after them on flying horse Avalon. Together they manage save defeat Mandrake. Afterwards, back at Camelot, made bravery bravest all!
Despite frequent declarations of the sanctity love and marriage, British Protestant culture nurtured fear that human affection might easily slip into idolatry. Throughout nineteenth-century, theological essays, sermons, hymns, didactic fiction poetry urged faithful to maintain a constant watch over their hearts, lest they become engrossed by love, guilty worshipping creature rather than Creator. Strange Gods: Love Idolatry in Victorian Novel traces concerns produced this broad interpretation In chapters focusing on Charles Kingsley Charlotte Brontë, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, George Eliot, Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, volume shows even supposedly secular novels obsessively reenact an ideological clash between faith love. Anxiety about adoring humans more God frequently overshadows sometimes derails progress romance novels. By probing anxiety its narrative effects, Gods uncovers how central belief exerts influence stories marriage.