Synopses & Reviews
Not since Jonathan Livingston Seagull
first enthralled the reading public has there been a story that captivates the imagination so thoroughly as The Knight in Rusty Armor
Since I first published The Knight, I've received an unprecedented number of calls and letters from readers, praising its powerful concepts and engaging style. I feel so strongly about this unusual book that I'm personally extending an invitation for you to read it.
Join the knight as he faces a life-changing dilemma upon discovering that his shining armor cannot be removed. As he searches for a way to free himself, he receives guidance from the wise sage Merlin the Magician who encourages the knight to embark on the most difficult crusade of his life.
With the help of an intuitive little creature named Squirrel and a loyal, clever pigeon, Rebecca, the knight travels the Path of Truth where he meets his real self for the first time. As he passes through the castles of Silence, Knowledge, and Will and Daring, the knight confronts the Universal Truths that govern his life, and ours.
The knight's journey reflects our own, filled with hope and despair, belief and disillusionment, laughter and tears. His insights become our insights as we follow along on this intriguing adventure of self-discovery. Anyone who has ever struggled with the meaning of life and love will discover profound wisdom and truth as this delightful fantasy unfolds.
In The Knight, the author, Robert Fisher, skillfully uses the wit and humor he mastered during his long and distinguished career writing for such
comedy greats as Groucho Marx, Bob Hope, George Burns, Jack Benny, Red Skelton, Alan King, and Lucille Ball. Mr. Fisher has 400 radio and 1,000 TV shows to his credit, including episodes of Alice, Good Times, All in the Family,The Jeffersons, and Maude.
The Knight is more than a book. It's an experience that will expand your mind, touch your heart, and nourish your soul.
While searching for a way to remove the armor that has become stuck on him, a knight finally discovers the true qualities of knighthood.