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Ode of the Knight

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Ode of the Knight by K.L. Scott
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Ode of the Knight is a tale about a young man who suffers the loss of his father. Unable to cope with the trauma, he quickly realizes that he, the eldest son, can not fulfill his father's shoes. Embarking on a path of denial, his world and his loving family begin to fall apart before his very eyes. His shame in his failure plunges him into the depths of hell. Incapable of improving his situation he rejects life and everything of value. Soon the fifteen year old finds himself in predicaments far beyond his grasp of reality. He lives in his own world by his own rules. The child's obsession for punishment and self abasement is paramount. A series of poor decisions resulted in an involuntary meeting with a worthy adversary, King Edward; a ruthless and unforgiving challenger. A Knight of the Royal Black Order recognizes a subtle value in the young man and beseeches the King not to behead the child but to give him the boy's soul for one year. Against better judgement, the King agrees. If the child survives the Knight's imprisionment filled with trials, hardships, and adversity, the boy will be ordered to stand before the King and petition for his life.His exhibition of strength during his incarceration will determine his fate.
Release date Australia
September 17th, 2007
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Pages
360
Dimensions
127x203x20
ISBN-13
9781434307569
Product ID
1905016

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