Literary Fantasy 

The Weirdling: Mad Moon Rising
by  A. F. Keck

In the tradition of Gulliver and Alice, the Madrokk travels a strange world among even stranger characters, in search of answers to life's big questions:  who am I, what's it all about?   

More importantly for the Madrokk, can he win his celestial beloved?

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  Illustration: Sam Banfield 1992




A.F. Keck
 


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"This story was awesome! I started reading this morning and read it until I was finished. I couldn't put it down! Very imaginative! The names that he created for the characters were simple, but I was able to keep track of them. I never forgot who a character was." --Katie

"I loved it, a definite must-read. As a comic fan, I would've liked to have seen the actual comic." 
--Sean

 

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I was raised in the desert southwest of Arizona, but left home in 1982 and traveled around the states and Mexico.  Eventually I headed off to the UK, but promptly ran out of money on arrival and spent the next eighteen months living in parks and woods around south London.  Through a series of fortunate circumstances (and many a dodgy job in catering) I worked my way back up to conventional accomodation, and even managed to complete a degree in Ecology at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.

Since my return to the United States I've published two freelance Ecology-based articles for ONBOARD magazine, and finished the first installment of The Weirdling: Mad Moon Rising. Since my return to the United States I've published two freelance Ecology-based articles for ONBOARD magazine, and finished the first installment of The Weirdling: Mad Moon Rising. Since my return to the United States I've published two freelance Ecology-based articles for ONBOARD magazine, and finished the first installment of The Weirdling: Mad Moon Rising.

The Madrokk story was initially begun as a comic book with an artist in London named Sam Banfield.  However, only one demo comic was ever produced, and Sam decided to leave the project in pursuit of raising a family and doing work of his own.  The e-novel presented on this website is, therefore, the development of this story in novel form and represents the first book in a proposed trilogy involving the Madrokk's strange celestial quest.

Books presently available:  The Weirdling:  Mad Moon Rising

 

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