Knoxville author pens action-packed world’s end tale in hardback novel
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Author Antony Mauro mystifies readers in the nationwide hardback release of his adventure-filled book of fiction, “Circus of Fire.”
In “Circus of Fire,” Stephen is a regular guy who has lived a hard life and has gone on to make something out of his life. He has survived most of the challenges he faced in life, but the hardest thing he has ever done was surviving the end of the world. The end of the world didn’t always happen the way that everyone thought it would be. There was no fire and brimstone, but there was only the awakening of creatures that people had all but forgotten about.
With that awakening came the opening of a site that the world wondered about — The Library of Alexandria came back to light. But with its opening, there also came the end that was once talked about in all major religions. The only question that plagues Stephen now is if the choices between right and wrong are really right and wrong.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Mauro, who is an author from Knoxville, Tennessee, is a fire performer. He lives with a roommate and his albino cat, Athena. He has traveled the United States, but he always seems to come back to Knoxville. The author started writing when he was 10 and joined the circus as an employee when he was 26. Aside from that, he also enjoys hiking, writing, reading and traveling when he has the time.