Henry Beyer's New Book 'One Knight's Life' is a Profound Read That Stands Up to Many Facets of Today's Beliefs

Henry Beyer, a brilliant author, has completed his most recent book “One Knight's Life”: a gripping and potent historical account that brings everyone to see the bigger picture, observe the little things, and look clearly into the things one take for granted.

Beyer writes, “Henry expected his older brother, William, to inherit the castle and to become the lord of Dol. However, when William dies at a young age, Henry must give up his religious studies and become a knight. He proves himself as trustworthy and intelligent and becomes a skilled knight during the First Crusade. After devastating losses, Henry struggles to live by his values and to continue to honor God. Henry must learn to recognize and embrace the gifts he possesses, many of which he doesn’t yet understand.

"One Knight’s Life appears to be a historical novel, but it’s much more. It’s about noticing subtle things—those which most of us take for granted—but don’t really understand.”

Published by Fulton Books, Henry Beyer’s wonderful novel is much more than what it seems to be. It sends a message about looking into things from a different perspective and observing the subtleties that could move the world.

Readers who wish to experience this stirring work can purchase “One Knight's Life” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books


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