After a horrific curse has left the young Prince Dandalion terminally ill, his father, King Haygard is left desperate for help. Out of all the brave and skillful knights in the kingdom, Sir Callahad, a small and simple grimalkin is chosen to embark on a journey to find the one and only thing that can lift the prince’s curse.
Cast against the many perils of the Evergreen Forest, Callahad finds himself surrounded by enemies and on the hunt for a fabled creature of great power and healing. But his journey will take him deep into the heart of this treacherous woodland–as this brave grimalkin treks deep into the fairy world for help. Through his journey, Callahad and his new companions uncover a mysterious and ancient evil that has plagued the land including the forest folk and the royal family.
When the truths of the past and the corruption of the present threaten to derail Callahad’s noble quest and destroy the lives of more than one noble family, this knight must claw his way to truth and justice.
About the Author
During the day Luis Mejia is a civil engineer, during the night, Luis picks up his pen, well more like the keyboard and embarks on a journey to craft fantastical worlds. So how did an engineer turn into a fantasy writer, well its been a long journey and it’s one that actually began before he was officially an engineer.
From a young age Luis has always been fascinated by mythology and fantasy worlds or as Tolkien called it a secondary world. His love of fantasy began with Greek myths and the brother’s Grim fairy Tales. During grade school, Luis wrote a few children’s stories, including his first fantasy short story, The Lost Ring, which as you can guess from the title, it was heavily inspired by Tolkien’s The Lord of The Rings.
In 2013, Luis decided to embark on a journey to write a full length novel while still in college, and thus the journey towards The Grimalkin Knight began.
It’s been an incredible journey, full of obstacles, self doubt and many stories which may never see the light of day, all in an effort to improve his writing, and craft a story he can be proud of and readers can enjoy for many years to come.