The Dodo Knight
“This book perfectly encapsulates the goal of historical fiction – it made me feel like it was written by someone who was there” - Review at Fill Your Bookshelf”
“I have it on very good authority that a muse must have their heart broken six times before they can die.”
Alice Liddell was the muse for Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. But before the book was published, a rift opened between Carroll and the Liddell family. Also dubbed the “Liddell Riddle,” historians still speculate as to what happened to separate the famous author and his muse. Michelle Rene has imagined a beautiful and heart-breaking story of a special friendship and its unfortunate end. Told from the viewpoint of Alice herself, The Dodo Knight will transport you to Victorian England… and into the heart of a very special little girl.
The Dodo Knight
By Michelle Rene
paperback: $9.99, 117 pages
Read an excerpt: The opening pages of The Dodo Knight.
Praise for The Dodo Knight
2019 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist (Novella)
“The Dodo Knight is a wonderful story meant to savor every word.” - award-winning author Janet Shawgo”
"Rene intertwines innocence, humor, morality, and heartbreak into a compelling story for all who love children and the adults who delight them!" - Five star review at Readers' Favorite
About the Author
Michelle Rene is a creative advocate and the author of a number of published works of science fiction, historical fiction, humor and everything in between. You may have also seen her work under the pen names Olivia Rivard and Abigail Henry. She has won several indie awards for her historical fiction novel, I Once Knew Vincent.
Michelle’s favorite places in the world are museums, galleries, and libraries. Everyone who creates tells a story of some kind or another. Whether she’s painting, writing, or making a video game, Michelle is dedicated to her obsession with storytelling.
When not writing, she is a professional artist and all around odd person. She lives as the only female, writing in her little closet, with her husband, son, and ungrateful cat in Dallas, Texas. You can find her online at www.michellereneauthor.com.