Gary Khan is a natural born storyteller, using every avenue available to him to spin yarns about almost any topic. He discovered literature from a very young age and fell in love with all aspects of reading and writing. Becoming an author has always been his self-proclaimed destiny. He has a vivid imagination and a passion for translating his visions on to the page. What makes him a great author is his love of reading, especially within the fantasy genre. He combines a unique analytical perspective with creative passion in every project, working hard towards a long and fruitful career as an author.
By Gary Khan
Talon is the village dreamer, idealistic and filled with passion. He lives a comfortable and simple life. His greatest dream is to become a knight of the kingdom and to marry his best friend, Katrina Darringer, whom he has been in love with for as long as he can remember. These big dreams are challenged when he receives a piece of unexpected news that turns his world upside down. Talon is tested in ways he could never have imagined. He faces a series of decisions that will define him at his core, balancing his own dreams against fighting for love. This launches him on a harrowing journey across his beloved kingdom.
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The Coward is a gripping novel! It had me hooked on the first page. The development of the story is enthralling. I could not put it down.
This is a wonderful fantasy story based in a time a girl can enjoy. I love the journey, the adventure, our hero has to face throughout this book and couldn’t help but want to bury my nose into the pages. I felt like at times it could be slow and dragging, but it picked up just when you started to wonder if it ever would. So glad I read this book.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
– Sarah Coleman
I am left feeling like I wish this was one of those epic trilogies! I?ve just got into the characters and the story and now it?s finished!
I really enjoyed this book, a bit of a slow start but worthwhile reading all the way to the end. And you?ll be left wishing there was more too
Absolutely brilliant!! When’s the next installment?