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By: Stephanie Power

Black Knight Shade

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In the 21st century, the god Horus, known as Rama, discovers that his covenant has been broken. The once-protected Secret Falcon Society is now vulnerable, as the Sacred Book of Scrolls has fallen into the possession of Rama’s evil brother. This brother seeks to claim the ‘Fruitful Throne’ and crown himself king, but in doing so, he puts Rama and his home at risk. The fate of the Good Eye of Horus hangs in the balance.


With only one scroll left, Rama is determined to protect his society. He seeks out the Chosen Ones, who hold the key to restoring the ‘world of Truth.’ Together, they embark on an ancient journey, aided by their sacred Falcons, and realize that the fate of their world rests on their shoulders.


Eliash and Celeste, two of the Chosen Ones, quickly discover that knowledge is their greatest weapon. Only the Wedjat Eye can give them the power to protect themselves from the evil Covenant. But as time runs out, they must confront the possibility that the Evil Eye has already awakened. Will they be able to stop Blackheart and save their world, or is it too late?


Born in Paddington, London, to a devoted young single mother, Stephanie was raised in Chelsea. As a deaf child, she was discriminated as a girl that will amount to nothing. From a young age, she developed a passion for writing stories just for fun! Studying at Southwark College and then Saint Charles College, Stephanie first wanted to become an Egyptologist but soon ditched studying because of the continuous bullying. In the meantime, she never gave up her passion for writing.


Her big dream began in her early twenties where Stephanie fell mentally ill with depression and other mental health problems. She closed herself from the world and delved into the world of Black Knight Shade based on Ancient Egypt to escape her own misery, and from then onwards, the book Black Knight Shade seriously developed. Stephanie’s stepfather had always believed in her and her dream to be an author. At the age of fourteen, he invited her to see Godfrey Smith who was the editor of the Sunday Times, and it was then Stephanie was told that she had serious potential.


For many years, Stephanie tried various publishers but was turned down, and suffering chronic mental health issues, Stephanie found that her passion for Black Knight Shade and Ancient Egypt pulled her through dark times. She moved to live independently in Notting Hill at the age of 35 where she continued writing. One day, Austin Macauley Publishers emailed her saying they would love to take on Black Knight Shade and praised her work; she was thrilled.


Stephanie continues to write the coming series, promising it’s only just the beginning of Black Knight Shade and that it will continue to grow more exciting for the delight of her readers.


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  • Anonymous

    Started reading this book, and as I read more the book became more and more exciting. Sea Hag, the Halloween ball, is absolutely fantastic.
    Great read, gripping, and exciting. Recommended buy.

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