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The Fallen Gatekeepers 
Finalist NIEA 2018 Awards
 for Best Fantasy!

The Fallen Gatekeepers

The Fallen Gatekeepers is the second installment of the award-winning 
Gatekeeper’s Son series.

“C.R. Fladmark … managed to take everything I enjoyed about The Gatekeeper’s Son and expanded upon it. The story was well written and engaging enough that I was unable to put it down once I had started reading it. It was one of those books where I had to know what was going to happen next at the end of every chapter. If I had to choose one thing that I thought really stood out about this book it would be how much Junya and his friends have grown as characters. The characters were my favorite part of the last book and I thought Fladmark did a great job delving deeper into the characters and expanding upon them.”

            – Shane Jardine, The Arched Doorway



Don't miss C.R. Fladmark's Award-Winning Debut Novel, The Gatekeeper's Son

The Gatekeeper's Son
“C.R. Fladmark has put a fresh spin on some classic fantasy elements, blending real-world cultures with a well-imagined parallel universe that combines elements of Eastern philosophy, spirituality, Japanese traditions, martial arts, and hot girls in school uniforms”.

C.R. FLADMARK was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest in a place called Vancouver, BC. From an early age, among other more active and sometimes destructive pursuits, he loved to create imaginary worlds and to read books; a lot of comic books including Asterix, Calvin and Hobbes, and Bloom County, thrillers, and far too many Louis L'Amour Western novels. Also, as a teenager, he became interested in all things Japanese (ninja, swords, old temples and shrines, customs), although he had little exposure to the culture. 

More than a decade later and after forgetting most of his interest in Japan, he was introduced to a Japanese woman on a blind date. His subsequent travels to Japan (with her) introduced him to the myths and history of Japan that go back thousands of years, to the time when the gods ruled Japan. He now travels often to Japan, where he researches his novels among the ancient sites in Shimane Prefecture.

C.R. Fladmark currently lives in a small, historic town with the aforementioned woman and three lovely children. All of them help with his books with suggestions, edits and the occasional "No, that's just stupid."

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