A single instinctive act of heroism to save a princess leads a young man into a life that he could not have imagined. Brought into the life of knights, fair maidens, and kings, Conner finds himself outcast and alone. But under the tutelage of an old man from a far-off land, Conner begins to learn skills that even the fabled Knights of Karmon could not match. But as the nefarious plans of the evil Lord Neffenmark come to fruition, he finds himself embroiled in the deadly politics and forces far beyond the borders of his little kingdom. Knight Fall begins the first chapter in the life of Conner, a simple peasant who dares to affect change upon the world.
- Paperback | 372 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 23.62mm | 630.49g
- 11 Nov 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Brad Clark
Brad Clark grew up in the modestly sized city of Grand Rapids, Michigan, but now resides in a small town in the southwest corner of Michigan. He works as a software engineer in a local family-owned software company. Reading and writing has always been his passion, but the stories that were jotted down into piles of notebooks never made it beyond a chapter or two. But after much nagging from his wife and kids, he broke down and published his first novel as an e-book. His love for the fantasy genre started when he was a young boy and had never left. That love for swords and sorcery grew into an idea for a story, and that story become his second novel, Knight Fall, book one of the series of books called the Champion Chronicles. As much as he has a passion for reading and writing, Brad is also an avid road bicyclist and runner. Springtime is running season as he prepares for an annual half-marathon. Summer, though, is his favorite time where he can spend hours in saddle, riding his bike on quiet back country roads. With five kids, three still at home, writing is purely a hobby, a way to escape from the business of life. His stories come from his love of the genre and from his heart. Whether the stories work for the rest of the world is not why he writes, he writes because he simply wants to put his dreams on paper. He never wants his writing to be work, he only desires it to be a fun hobby and hopes that others can share in his stories.