Dolphin Knightby Robert Jeschonek
How can a teenage girl who’s afraid of the water become queen of a kingdom above and beneath the sea? Raised on savage Shark Island, Cryssa Seachild escapes to her true home, a tropical Camelot protected by talking dolphin knights in shining armor. A dolphin knight named Seek helps Cryssa overcome her fear of the water and forge a new destiny as queen of land… See more details below
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How can a teenage girl who’s afraid of the water become queen of a kingdom above and beneath the sea? Raised on savage Shark Island, Cryssa Seachild escapes to her true home, a tropical Camelot protected by talking dolphin knights in shining armor. A dolphin knight named Seek helps Cryssa overcome her fear of the water and forge a new destiny as queen of land and sea...but Cryssa struggles with her dual heritage, torn between the ways of dolphins and sharks.
When the people of Shark Island spring a trap to steal back Cryssa, her world explodes in a war between armies of human warriors and sea creatures. Cryssa must risk everything to end the war single-handedly, save the dolphin knight she loves, and forge a brighter tomorrow for the clashing kingdoms.
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Meet the Author
Robert T. Jeschonek is an award-winning writer whose fiction, essays, articles, comic books, and podcasts have been published around the world. According to fantasy and science fiction luminary Mike Resnick, Robert "sees the world like no one else sees it, and makes incredibly witty, incisive stories out of that skewed worldview."
Robert's young adult urban fantasy novel, My Favorite Band Does Not Exist, is due in 2011 from Clarion Books, an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. A collection of his fantasy and science fiction stories, Mad Scientist Meets Cannibal, is available from PS Publishing in England. Robert has written for Escape Pod, Space And Time, PodCastle, DC Comics, DAW Books anthologies, and many other publications.
His credits include Star Trek fiction published by Pocket Books. His work appeared in three volumes of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, winning the grand prize in Volume VI. He was also nominated for the British Fantasy Award for his story, "Fear of Rain." His story "One Awake In All the World" was called out in a Publishers Weekly starred review of the anthology Destination Future in 2010.
Robert is based in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
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