W. E. Cule - Sir Knight of the Splendid Way
Sir Knight of the Splendid Way
Sir Knight of the Splendid Way is a classic allegory first published in 1926. This book depicts the journey of Sir Constant as he travels to the City of the Great King. On the way he must pass through many trials, such as the Palace of Pleasures and the City of Good Intent. This book which has been favourably compared to John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, is an exciting story that reflects many important truths. Join Sir Constant and his many companions on their adventures as he travels along the Splendid Way.