With Perfect Armor, Flying Horse, Powerful Sword and Invisibility Shield, Blue Knight Is "SUPERHERO"

In seven episodes in Chicago, NYC & Hawaii, Superhero is challenged by an art thief (The Artiste), a Marid jinni (Kadar), a volcano goddess (Pele), a Russian Mafia boss (Ivan), & gangster committed to bringing back the glory days of Al Capone (Tony).
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March 23, 2012 - PRLog -- Captured and held prisoner by The Artiste in the initial episode, Blue Knight dwells on how his alternate identity, Roger from Nebraska, came to Chicago to fulfill his destiny.  Thus, readers are treated to the Superhero origin story.  While each episode stands on its own, Roger/Blue Knight evolves with the new challenge each escapade presents.  The relationships he forms with the people at Rosie’s Rooming House become increasingly important, especially the one with Myra.

Created by Merlin, Blue Knight has the appearance of a knight of old as he appears in Roger’s dreams.  However, every aspect of the knight’s being and his steed, Black, contribute to his super powers.  The excitement of Blue Knight’s exploits as he goes forward according to his vows of conduct is heightened by the unusual and wily opponents that test him.  Yet beneath it all, there is still Roger, the human side of Blue Knight, who grows from the simple young man off the farm into a principled adult with strong feelings for the people around him.

Each episode is unique in the story it tells, and what it adds to our understanding of Roger and Blue Knight.  Readers may finish the seventh episode wanting more.  If they do, author Allen Pollens promises a sequel with more Blue Knight adventures.

“SUPERHERO – Chronicles of Blue Knight Adventures” runs more than 85,000 words and nearly 400 pages.  It is available in both paperback ($14.99) and for Kindle ($9.99) at Amazon.com.  Search on “Pollens” and book title.

This is Allen Pollens’ first authored young adult/adult fantasy, following two science fiction offerings in less than a year and is one of five books he published.  Retired from careers in software/hardware design and high tech sales and marketing, Pollens has been telling stories his whole life.  The stories he wrote for his grandchildren have become the basis for “Starfish Chronicles – Undersea Adventures with Sammy Starfish” as was “Superhero – Chronicles of Blue Knight Adventures.”  His adult science fiction books, “Creator” and “Alternative Lives” are continuations of his storytelling … there’s more to come.   Al also turned the daily journal he kept on his European vacation into “Al’s London and Dublin Holiday,” published in full color, with ninety illustrations.

For more about “Superhero,” or Al’s other books, contact Allen Pollens at 503-521-9681 (office), 503-407-2850 (cell), via email at s.teller@comcast.net, or go to his website, http:/StoryTeller-Spot.com/. Free-to-read initial chapters of all Allen Pollens books are available at http://www.bookdaily.com/.

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