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Lost City of the Dwarves: Part 1: Discovery (Path of Legends) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 7, 2013
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When his first manuscript was rejected on the claim that it was too long and detailed for the target audience, Chris responded by becoming an independent Canadian publisher under Pen & Forge Productions. With a graphic arts background in publication layout, Chris produces his own novels, from inception to interior and cover design to press-ready production, with the goal of making ‘more than just good books’. In a world where it seems just about anyone can put out a book, Chris uses his fluid writing style to produce quality publications that are detailed yet easy to read, with a knack for pulling readers into the story and through the entire novel. Lost City of the Dwarves I and II was written to help introduce young readers to the world of role-playing games while also expanding their vocabulary with word puzzles. His wife’s memoir, A Book of Storms, is a joint effort that relays her turbulent life in an entertaining way that also helps readers through their own hardships. Chris’ latest endeavour is the Second Prophecy trilogy of which he is starting the third installment. Second Prophecy is a modern fantasy apocalyptic adventure stemming from 15 years of biblical research, giving a more authentic, scriptural flavour to his writing than other books of the same genre. Aside from being entertained by the series, his aim is to give readers a lot to think about, with many facets of the story having a direct parallel to today’s issues. Visit penandforge.ca for detailed overviews of Chris’ books plus plenty of free downloads to let you get a feel for his work.