Wulfgar the Saxon has travelled to far off lands, met some curious people, had incredible adventures, and been exposed to different ways of thinking and worshipping. But now he's confused and doesn't know what to think, or what to trust to lead him towards the truth. But just as he begins to solve the riddle, Wulfgar is thrust into a potentially illegal escapade! The third book in the Wulfgar the Saxon series that will take the reader on an even more exciting journey. With real historical figures and places, this book for children explores questions that people are talking about today - the perfect way to introduce these ideas to children through a Christian lense, whilst keeping them entertained.
'These books have been a delight to read. They succeed in weaving together an intriguing story line, authentic historical background, perceptive comments on human nature, and valuable spiritual lessons. While they are aimed mainly at children in the later stages of primary school and early years of secondary, others - including adults -could read them with pleasure and profit. That has certainly been my experience, and I commend them warmly.' Gwyn Davies Retired lecturer in Church History and author of A Light in the Land