The sadistic Dhargots still threaten the kingdoms, but another menace lurks in the shadows, playing a game none can see. As Rowen struggles to prove his worth-to his allies and to himself-chaos raises its hand to strike. A price must be paid, and not even the wielder of Knightswrath will remain untouched.
|Publisher:||Red Adept Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
Michael Meyerhofer's third poetry book, Damnatio Memoriae, won the Brick Road Poetry Book Contest. His previous books of poetry are Blue Collar Eulogies (Steel Toe Books, finalist for the Grub Street Book Prize) and Leaving Iowa (winner of the Liam Rector First Book Award).
He has also published five chapbooks: Pure Elysium (winner of the Palettes and Quills Chapbook Contest), The Clay-Shaper's Husband (winner of the Codhill Press Chapbook Award), Real Courage (winner of the Terminus Magazine and Jeanne Duval Editions Poetry Chapbook Prize), The Right Madness of Beggars (winner of the Uccelli Press 3rd Annual Chapbook Competition), and Cardboard Urn (winner of the Copperdome Chapbook Contest).
Individual poems won the Marjorie J. Wilson Best Poem Contest, the Laureate Prize for Poetry, the James Wright Poetry Award, and the Annie Finch Prize for Poetry. He is the Poetry Editor of Atticus Review. His work has appeared in a number of journals including Ploughshares, Hayden's Ferry Review, North American Review, River Styx, and Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Dragonkin Trilogy 2: Knightswrath If I thought I was impressed with Wytchfire, I was surely wrong. Nothing (not even my imagination anticipating this book) could have prepared me for what I read ... or how much I was going to love it. Rowen Locke is a pretty amazing character. When I originally "met" him in the first book, he captured my heart, even though, based on Meyerhofer's description, he was really nothing to look at, had nothing to his name, and was not looking forward to his future. But, as the story went on, we found out just how much of a hero he truly was. By the time I finished Wytchfire, Rowen was my favorite character and I couldn't wait to read more about him. By the time I finished Knightswrath, I had come to the conclusion that Rowen may just be one of my favorite characters of all time. There's just something about him. He always manages to go beyond what you expect of him. This book was amazing, and if I could give it more than 5 stars, I would. I can't wait to see where this story goes and how the trilogy is concluded. Hurry up, Mr. Meyerhofer. I NEED book number three. :) Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. Please remember that this review is my opinion based on my personal impressions of the book.