The Book Knights

The Book Knights

J.G. McKenney / Jun 24, 2019

The Book Knights When her parents are condemned to death by Morgan Fay for the crime of reading Arti Penderhagen becomes a fugitive Hunted by Mordred the sadistic police captain who recites poetry to enhance his phy

  • Title: The Book Knights
  • Author: J.G. McKenney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 285
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When her parents are condemned to death by Morgan Fay for the crime of reading, Arti Penderhagen becomes a fugitive Hunted by Mordred, the sadistic police captain who recites poetry to enhance his physical strength, Arti escapes to the Isle of Avalon, a sanctuary for outlaws There she meets an old librarian named Merl who tells her about the Grail Tome, an ancient book iWhen her parents are condemned to death by Morgan Fay for the crime of reading, Arti Penderhagen becomes a fugitive Hunted by Mordred, the sadistic police captain who recites poetry to enhance his physical strength, Arti escapes to the Isle of Avalon, a sanctuary for outlaws There she meets an old librarian named Merl who tells her about the Grail Tome, an ancient book in Morgan Fay s possession that can alter the course of history Can Arti steal the book in time to save her family THE BOOK KNIGHTS is an Arthurian YA fantasy adventure in which knights wield words as weapons, librarians are wizards, and books can change the future.

    The Book Knights by J.G McKenney The Book Knights by J.G McKenney is a reimagining of the classic Arthurian tale Readers meet familiar and beloved characters in a world where reading is banned Join Arti Penderhagen as she ventures off into a world of danger and magic in order to try and save her family. The Book Knights J G McKenney The Book Knights by J.G McKenney is a reimagining of the classic Arthurian tale Readers meet familiar and beloved characters in a world where reading is banned Join Arti Penderhagen as she ventures off into a world of danger and magic in order to try and save her family. The Book Knights An Arthurian Fantasy eBook The Book Knights by J.G McKenney is a reimagining of the classic Arthurian tale Readers meet familiar and beloved characters in a world where reading is banned Join Arti Penderhagen as she ventures off into a world of danger and magic in order to try and save her family. The Book Knights by J G McKenney, Paperback Barnes Knights wield words as weapons, librarians are wizards, and books can change the future When her parents are condemned to death by Morgan Fay for the crime of Top Picks in Books About Medieval Knights ThoughtCo The Book of Total Badness Nexo Knights Wikia FANDOM The Book of Total Badness is the ninth episode of the first season of Nexo Knights, and the ninth episode overall It first aired on March , When Jestro finds the Book of Destruction, chaos spreads across the realm.

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        For EON S DOOR, J.G John McKenney received the 2012 Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award, and was also a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award THE BOOK KNIGHTS, an exciting new Arthurian fantasy adventure, is available now.


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    1. I always been drawn to stories where being a reader, owning books, or being smarter then you should be are things that are banned or illegal in the land where the stories take place. I also loved the story of Merlin it a rich classic fantasy story. When i saw the chance to review a story that had both elements forbidden books and knights of the round table i quickly signed up. I was not disappointed in the least from the first page to the last i was drawn into this interesting dynamic of a world [...]


    2. JG McKenney has written an imaginative and descriptive novel that does a great job of pulling the reader into the world he has created. The flow of the novel was well executed and everything as far as pacing went felt smooth. I enjoyed getting to know the characters both primary and secondary. They all felt like they had their own purpose and had depth that made me care about them.A wonderful Young Adult Fantasy novel!


    3. Fantasy to the extreme. There is not a lack of imagination used by JG McKenney in writing this story. I was blown away by the sheer detail used in bringing the reader into the magical world he has created. I loved the pacing in this story, the plot flowed smoothly. It felt very believable and steady. The characters were plenty and well developed. Nothing felt too rushed or over the top, which I appreciated.Definitely a great Fantasy read!


    4. I first stumbled across this story as part of Kindle Scout. I was VERY disappointed when it wasn't chosen to be published because the premise of the story was massively intriguing. Thankfully, the author made it available on Kindle for free as a way of thanking those who nominated it. I am in LOVE with this story. Sometimes an author has a really great concept but the writing doesn't live up to what the story should be. That is NOT the case with The Book Knights. I want the right people to get t [...]



    5. **I was given a copy of this book for an honest review**I’m so glad I finally got a chance to finish this book! It was a long time coming, had a lot of bumps along the road but it’s completed! So let’s get started.The story features the main protagonist, Arti Penderhagen (sound familiar?) and her knights. Yes! This is an Arthurian tale and yep! All the characters are in it. We have Arti, Merl, Gwen, Lance, Morgan Faywhich I’m so happy because every time I met a new character, I smiled so [...]


    6. I received a copy of this book from the publisher via a giveaway in exchange for an honest review.The Book of KnightsRating: 3/5 starsParent Guide: Elementary-Middle Grade recommend for ages 9-14One scene of romanceThe Book of Knights is a gender-swap, dystopian version of the King Arthur myth.It sounds bad, but I was genuinely charmed by the direction the author took the characters. He was far more interested in telling a good story than making a point.I normally complain that publishing compa [...]



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