Grotto of Chaos:
The Exploits of Clarence Griffin Book 1
13-year old Clarence Griffin was on a weekend camping trip with his family and friends. His excursion turned out to be more than he bargained for when he was plunged into a world of deep peril filled with unworldly predators and dangers unseen within the darkest depths.
Armed with only his slingshot and the equipment on his back, he must rely on his own survival skills and the talents of his three best friends and his little sister. Can he continue to defy inevitable demise and use his leadership to save himself and his companions in an unfamiliar realm?
About the Author
Christopher Knox, who hails from Tulsa, Oklahoma, started writing from an early age influenced by books such as “The Choose Your Own Adventure” and “Which Way?” series. By the time he was 17, he was the co-editor for his school’s newspaper at Chouteau High School. After his honorable discharge from the US Navy, Christopher went to college. He did well with his essay writings and graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology at the top of his class with a 3.9-grade point average.
He began creating short stories for children, remembering those days of going on adventures through the pages when he was a boy. As a professional magician, he entertained people of all ages and began to write his own “patters.” In magicians’ terms, a patter was the story that was told while performing a magic trick, designed to keep the audience engaged.
In February of 2021, Christopher completed his first novella, “Grotto of Chaos,” primary for teens and young adults. It is the first book of what should be a six-part series about the unexpected continued adventures of a boy named Clarence Griffin. As Christopher is rapidly building up a fan base, followers should be delighted to know that there are many more books yet to come and many more characters and worlds eager to come out of the realm of the imagination and be brought to life.
“If Stephen Hawkings is right, and there is an existence of an infinite amount of universes, then these characters really do exist somewhere out there in the multiverse no matter how strange that world may be. Their stories need to be told.”