Thursday, October 17, 2013

Book Spotlight The Flight of the Griffin by C.M. Gray

Inline image 2

Inline image 1

The Flight of the Griffin was chosen as one of the 21 'Longlist' finalists in the 2013 London Times/Chicken House Children's Fiction Competition.
Living in their old boat ‘The Griffin’ four friends become the unlikely heroes at the end of time when a burglary sets them on the path to finish the ‘Last great Spell’ - a spell to stop the balance of the World tipping into Chaos...
Pursued by magic, demons and ‘The Hawk,’ an evil hunter of men, the boys are in a race against time to find three crystal skulls while all the forces of Chaos try to stop them!

The Sequel to The Flight of the Griffin, is called Chaos Storm and will be published October 2013

Buy links:


Inline image 2Born in Essex, England with a heavy dose of 'travel lust', C.M.Gray has since been lucky enough to live and travel in many countries around the world. In fact he has lived for more years outside of England than he has living there! Working as a carpenter, fruit picker and even a stint in stock brokering, he has called home Buddhist monasteries in the Himalayan Mountains, the clamour of central Hong Kong to a farm in deep rural Burgundy. Forever vowing to return and sink his roots once again in English soil... some day, he hasn't quite made it back yet, but does live a little closer these days; just outside of Barcelona in the middle of the forest with his dogs and two wonderful children.
C.M.Gray's writing is mostly fantasy and many of the experiences he has had in Asia, Africa and the middle east come to life in his writing. The Flight of the Griffin, a finalist in The Times/Chicken House literary competition 2013, follows the adventures of a group of young orphans as they battle demons and bandits on a magical quest to stop the world from tipping into Chaos. Shadowland blends fantasy with history as an old story teller takes his audience back to Britain's dark ages and the birth of the Arthurian legend.

twitter - @cgray129

No comments:

Post a Comment

Talk to me