After meeting in a tavern, Edward and June begin a quest that spans various kingdoms, as they flee from a demoniac who is plotting against June. Along the way, they encounter dragons and evil creatures, make new friends and enemies, and seek the will of the Creator.
So I think that the idea of “clean” content can align with Christian beliefs, (since the Bible is clear that sex is supposed to happen exclusively in the context of marriage) but we encounter an issue when clean books are promoting a secular, idolatrous worldview.
This is Fitzgerald’s first novel and I’m enthusiastic about its themes. The novel explores identity in Christ, relationship with the Father, nobility, sexual purity, belief, forgiveness, and God’s plan.