Blog Tour: The Legend of Black Jack by A. R. Witham

Posted 10/11/2022 by Charli in Blog Tours / 0 Comments

Blog Tour: The Legend of Black Jack by A. R. Witham

Hello faithful readers – today we have another blog tour, this time for The Legend of Black Jack by A. R. Witham. I’m a few chapters into this book so I can say with confidence it’s a good one. I’ll have a review of it for you in a couple of days. If you’d like to visit other stops on the blog tour, you can find the schedule here. But for now, on to the spotlight!


Blog Tour: The Legend of Black Jack by A. R. WithamThe Legend of Black Jack by A. R. Witham
Published by Andrew Robert Witham on 05/20/2022
Genres: Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy
Pages: 495
Buy on: Amazon
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Prepare to be whisked away to another realm in this epic fantasy adventure, perfect for fans of Neil Gaiman’s characters in Stardust or Patrick Rothfuss’s prose in The Name of the Wind.

Jack Swift remembers everything—even the horrible things he’d like to forget. To keep his guilt-ridden memories from haunting him, and to dodge his abusive foster mom, he buries himself in any book he can find, dreaming of his ultimate escape: becoming a doctor.

But fate has another escape in mind.

At 3:33 am on his fourteenth birthday, Jack is kidnapped by a monstrous rhinoceros and whisked away to another sphere of existence: the land of Keymark. Though this world is filled with pixies, monsters, pirates, elves, warriors, and mythical wonders, it is without healing magic—that magic was stolen by an evil, immortal prince hell-bent on domination. With no understanding of medical science to heal their wounds or illnesses, Jack’s kidnappers ask the impossible of him: use his knowledge to save a life…or be trapped in this bizarre world with no chance of rescue.

Jack doesn’t have secret magic, a great destiny, or any medical experience.

Why do they all expect him to become a legend?


About A. R. Witham

A. R. Witham is a three-time Emmy-winning writer-producer and a great lover of adventure. He is the world’s foremost expert on the history of Keymark. He loves to talk with young people and adults who remember what young people know. He has written for film and television, canoed to the Arctic Circle, hiked the Appalachian Trail and been inside his house while it burned down. He lives in Indianapolis.

If you would like a sneak peek at his upcoming work or upcoming events, please reach out to him:

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