May 29, 2015

Nemesis: Knight

A review copy was provided

by Michael D. Young

With two out of his four quests to become a paladin completed, Rich Witz fears the hardest part is yet to come. His nemesis, a dark knight in training, has already shown his terrible power, and Rich barely escaped with his life. Not only does he need to figure out how to pass the final two tests, but also a way to defeat his enemy once and for all. He knows his nemesis is disguised as a regular person at his school, and his list of suspects just keeps growing. With only a few days left, Rich must find out for himself if he has what it takes to become a knight—and to save his family.

My Review
I LOVE this series! So cleverly written!

Where most people see Junior High School as something to endure- this author sees it as a possible series of quests a young pawn might play in order to outwit his dark knight opponent...

Pass a test = an act of great wisdom - LOVE IT!

However, with each quest comes an increase in abilities and with each ability come an increase in responsibility... and there are consequences if you try to "use your powers to show off."

Add in the fact that Rich's dad is missing...

With that looming over him and his burning desire to go find him plus is need to finish his quests...

Life is anything but easy-

Filled with a perfect blend of mystery, adventure, magic, quests, enemies, chess, family, and friends!


About the Author
Michael is a graduate of Brigham Young University and Western Governor’s University with degrees in German Teaching, Music, and Instructional Design. He puts his German to good use teaching online German courses for High School students.

Though he grew up traveling the world with his military father, he now lives in Utah with his wife, Jen, and his two sons.

Michael enjoys acting in community theater, playing and writing music and spending time with his family. He played for several years with the handbell choir Bells on Temple Square and is now a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

He is the author of the novels The Canticle Kingdom Series, The Last Archangel Series, and now the Chess Quest Series. His also authors several web serials through He publishes anthologies for charity in his Advent Anthologies series. He has also had work featured in various online and print magazines such as Bards and Sages Quarterly, Mindflights, Meridian, The New Era, Allegory, and Ensign.

I also HIGHLY RECOMMEND book 1 of this series- Paladin: Pawn
You can read my review HERE



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