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The White Knight: 1942 (The House of Winslow #40) [Paperback]

By Gilbert Morris (Author)
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Pages   320
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 1"
Weight:   0.65 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Feb 28, 2007
ISBN  0764200283  
EAN  9780764200281  

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A fighter pilot in Spain, Luke Winslow loses the woman he loves and turns from his faith. When he accidentally kills an old friend while drunk, out of guilt, he tries to help his friend's sister, Joelle, in her work with troubled girls. In the Army Air Corps, he fights his nemesis from the war in Spain, the Black Knight. Now dubbed the White Knight, Luke fights his foe and for the woman he loves, Joelle. In the heat of life's battles, will Luke turn to his only true refuge?

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More About Gilbert Morris

Gilbert Morris GILBERT MORRIS has written numerous novels for both adults and young people. After teaching high school, pastoring several Southern Baptist churches, and chairing the English department at Ouachita Baptist University, Gilbert retired to write and publish full-time. He has written more than 200 novels, including the Seven Sleepers series for youth. He lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with his wife, Johnnie.

Gilbert Morris currently resides in Gulf Shores, in the state of Alabama.

Gilbert Morris has published or released items in the following series...
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End of the House of Winslow  Feb 8, 2007
After reading "The White Knight" I decided it must be time for the House of Winslow to come to an end. I have read all 40 books and did enjoy the series and historical accounts. I suppose I enjoyed the earlier books much more than the later ones. I really got into the characters of Sky Winslow and his family and that era. Probably the highlight of this book were the reunions of the Winslows. I had difficulty warming up to Luke or Noelle either one. I finally skimmed through the pages of Luke's drunken days. I felt that went on too long. So much of the story line and phrases we have read in other Gilbert Morris books. However, when you are on the 40th in a series, I'm sure it must be difficult to come up with new ideas. It had a good story line but so familiar as if I had read it in other Morris Books. However, I would read any Gilbert Morris books as they are always a favorite of mine.
End of an era  Feb 6, 2007
The House of Winslow series finally comes to an end with the story of Luke Winslow in "The White Knight". He's a pilot fighting in the Spanish Civil War when his girlfriend's family is killed by German bombers. Feeling depressed he returns home to his family only to become a drunk who mopes around all the time. When one of his war buddies offers him a job, Luke attempts to sober up for it but finds he can't. This mistake costs the life of his friend, which Luke feels responsible for. Ironically Luke finds himself later employed by his friend's sister, who he has kept his identity a secret from. The two fall in love but under false pretenses. When Joelle finds out Luke is in danger of losing her forever. Then Pearl Harbor happens and when Luke feels the call to go into war, he must decide how to prove that he has to be true to himself.

I felt this book was an improvement over the last few that have come out in the series. Luke and Joelle aren't cardboard characters and neither are they complete repeats of Morris' former characters. As always with Morris's books is the rich detail of the culture and history of the time period. I did like how there was a family reunion because the last few books have isolated the main Winslow character with no contact from other family members. It was nice to see some of the older clan from Sky Winslow's descendants back in the story again. I guess however it was wishful thinking to include every Winslow in the reunion, the family tree is way too big and confusing. Also maybe it's just me the two people on the cover, representing Luke and Joelle, look just like Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four, Amazing Grace) and Kate Beckinsale in Pearl Harbor. So that's who I kept picturing the entire time I was reading the book. While there is some plot that seems to be repeated (hiding true identity, being the only non Christian in the family), this book seemed on par with the earlier novels in the series.

I'm really sad to see the series ending, I mean WWII isn't even halfway over. I always wonder why Christian historical fiction never goes past WWII. There might be one or two books about the fifties, but other than flashbacks we hardly ever read about the 60s, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, anything in the 80s. Do they consider it too recent to be history? Do we have to wait another 50 years before they'll start writing historical fiction about that age? I wish though they could have at least updated the tree to include the last few books. Alana still isn't married and I still feel sorry for poor Dan Greene and Anne Winslow's family from back in the 1800s, they got mentioned in book 7 and then disappeared right after that! I also never understood why they created a new entire family line with Maylon Winslow, and the whole bit with Lance Winslow all of a sudden becoming a southerner was ridiculous. Little discrepancies aside, I really enjoyed reading HOW, this was one of the first Christian fiction series I read after becoming a Christian so I've grown up with it. I've learned a lot from reading these books, in fact it's one of the reasons I got interested in history. While plots tended to repeat themselves and some characters were intolerable, the series does show a good representation that the changes in America do not affect a family of strong Christian faith.

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