Knight Eagle represents, and symbolizes a character of any ordinary hero with life struggles. Even though Knight Eagle has supernatural traits, everyone on Earth can have the desire and spirit to be an ordinary hero for others in their everyday lives. People can show it by action, kindness, strength, and the courage that they possess within themselves.
- Robert Marshall Boyer
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The novel format is based on the 2003 manuscript of the same title, both written by Robert Marshall Boyer. The manuscript is registered at the U.S. Copyright Office of the Library of Congress (Reference Number: TXu001084385).
In 2006, Brandon Newman, age 15, is transformed into Knight Eagle when a Bald Eagle claws him. Around the Bald Eagle's claw, there is a godly eagle feather emblem necklace. Brandon puts the gold emblem around his neck, which unlocks special powers from the Creator. Brandon inherits supernatural Bald Eagle traits. Brandon makes his superhero uniform to fight the dark world of terrorism.
Days before Brandon transforms into Knight Eagle, a local terrorist cell terrifies the community by bombing the federal building in Charlotte, North Carolina. After high school, Brandon Newman joins the United States Army and becomes part of the U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets). Brandon fights terrorists as Brandon Newman and Knight Eagle while searching for the homegrown, main terrorist leaders named Mr. Kinston and Mark Hex, who are connected to the local terrorist cell in Charlotte.
Reading Level is 11 years and up and Approx. 85,000 words. Format will be a 6x9 paperback book somewhere between 195-205 pages when formatted and completed soon. The novel will be self-published by the author using the services of CreateSpace, An Amazon Company. Potential Retail price should be between $9.49-$9.99 once completed.