Sir Blunder

A Bedtime Story for Big People
November 18, 2017
Votes: 2
Audience Adult, Young Adult
Type Myth Based
Word Count 60-80k (average/short)

Editing, Production, Marketing & Sales

Edited by Trent Eades
Cover design by Zoe Eades
Published Through Amazon Createspace – KDP

Author’s Summary

In this satirical fairy tale told in a wry, grandfatherly voice, a village waif, unwanted and alone, grows up to become the greatest knight of the era. With the help of the clever and strong-willed Princess Otello, the steadfast Sir One-Eye, and the rascally trickster Pee-Pee the Peeper, Sir Blunder sets out to slay the dragon who lurks in the woods. Originally told as a fairy tale for his young children, Walter Kerr transformed it over the course of 20 years into a witty and profound novel for young adults about securing the good in a cruel world. With a large cast of supporting characters, including Johnny Ne’er-Do-Well, Father Opportunity, Speedy Lightfingers, King Four-Four, and King Smart, this surprising and at times hilarious novel highlights the challenges of remaining true to yourself – always a good idea unless what you truly are needs to be changed. This humorous medieval fantasy is recommended for adults. Some scenes may be too intense for children.

Short Description

In this satirical fairy tale told in a wry, grandfatherly voice, a village waif, unwanted and alone, grows up to become the greatest knight of the era.

Catchphrase

This is the fairy tale you wish you'd been told.

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