Lady Knight

Crystal Journals: Book 3

"The result is an engrossing timeslip saga that will delight young fantasy enthusiasts
of the genre and newcomers alike, who will find Susan a realistic, believable protagonist
who continually faces challenges and overcomes obstacles in the year 1212."

D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

About Lady Knight

Short listed for Chocolate Lily Book Awards 2018 – 2019



An adventure series for Middle Grade readers & up.

Ever since young Susan Sinclair became Guardian of the Crystal of the North, she has had the rare ability to transport to various moments in time. Wherever there’s an imbalance in history, it’s her mission to set it right before returning home. Susan’s third adventure lands her in the Holy Roman Empire in the year 1212.

Susan, however, isn’t alone. Her visiting cousin from Australia, Jason, accidentally comes along for the ride. They find themselves in the woods following a trail of straggly children. The kids are part of the children’s crusade, traveling to Cologne, Germany, to join a Crusade to the Holy Land to spread Christianity. Hiding among them is Katerina, a girl forced to flee after hearing of a plot to kill the future emperor, Frederick—who’s also her cousin.

With three dangerous knights hunting Katerina, Susan believes it’s her mission to help her find her grandmother and warn Frederick before the coronation. They disguise Katerina as a boy to fool their foes, but it’s not enough. If Susan can just learn to control her growing crystal powers, she could save not only her new friends but also all of history.


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Book details

Age Range: 8 – 14 years
Grade Level: 3 – 8
Print Length: 354 pages
Publisher: Comwave Publishing House Inc;
Publication Date: Sept 30th, 2017
ISBN-10: 0973687150
ISBN-13: 978-0973687156
EAN: 9780973687156


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About the author

G. Rosemary Ludlow grew up in Adelaide, Australia, where she taught school for many years. She loved teaching children to read and her favorite thing to do was to tell them stories. History stories, geography stories, stories about spelling, or arithmetic - it is all stories.

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