Summer Read: Katie M. John’s book, Star Fire

If you’re looking for a summer read one that will capture your interest for the span of three books then The Knight Trilogy is for you.  The story follows Mina Singer, a girl who doesn’t believe in falling for a knight on a white horse, a reality she didn’t think existed until she found herself in fairyland. The story takes you across the ocean and sets you in the hot deserts of egypt, the snowy mountains of Switzerland, and the ancient Magical forest of France.

Star Fire by Katie M. John
Release Date: June.30.2012
Publishing: Little Bird Publishing House
Egypt changed them both in ways no one ever expected. As murder and dark arts cast a terrible shadow over both The Real World and The Realm. Mina’s connection to the mysterious Star Fire Sisterhood results in her becoming The Templar’s number one suspect.
Set amongst the snowy mountains of Switzerland and the ancient magical forests of France, Blake and the House of Beldevier are given just one chance to save Mina’s life – the recovery of The Holy Grail.
In this epic heart-racing finale, ancient myths come alive and old scores are settled. One thing for sure … the clock is ticking.

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Writer of the Amazon Best-selling YA series, The Knight Trilogy, Katie is married to a handsome giant and mummy to a mud-puddle fairy. She likes to write whilst drinking tea and eating jaffa cakes. Most of the time she lives in a fairytale world but other than that she is completely and utterly normal.
Katie’s debut YA fairtytale series, ‘The Knight Trilogy’ has become an international best-seller in several chart categories, Contemporary Fantasy, Myths and Legends, Paranormal Romance. It has also been an Amazon No 1. Best-selling Fairytale.
Her work is a blend of rich imagery and fast paced action. Before writing full length novels, Katie wrote poetry, her works being published in several anthology publications.
She is currently working on a stand alone novel called ‘Beautiful Freaks’ due to be published in Autumn 2012. A high Victorian, Gothic, Steampunk style detective story.


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