Epic, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult Fiction

In ”War of Chaos”, the sequel to “Stig’s Flight of Encounters”, Stig and his friends Arn and Baits head out of the city of Chelldrah-ham on a mission to Polandrea. Their task is to determine whether the evil Bach creatures still pose a threat.
Stig has his own plans to find and rescue his missing friend Meg in Polandrea. Baits, meanwhile, is tasked as a member of the Guard of Old to search for signs of their absent leader, Lillet. Little do they know the danger that awaits for them.
Chelldrah-ham prepares for war when the trio finds evidence of recent battles, and Baits learns Lillet’s fate. Stig and his comrades must confront the Bach and learn their mysterious secret if he hopes to rescue Meg.
Stig, Arn, and Baits must rely on their inventions, each other, and their own ingenuity to survive on a harrowing journey through a magical fantasyland fraught with hidden dangers.
Mystical creatures, secret weapons, action, war, and romance—along with the author’s own fantastical artwork—await in “War of Chaos (The Hidden City of Chelldrah-Ham)”. A fantasy adventure for younger readers.
“In this fast-paced sequel. Clinkerhoffen blends imaginative flora … and fauna … with the hero’s love of machinery and problem-solving skills…”—Kirkus Reviews

International award winning author, Stephan von Clinkerhoffen, is a Peter Pan character. That’s why his sci-fi fantasy series “The Hidden city of Chelldrah-ham” suits younger readers and the “young at heart”. Clinkerhoffen’s writing, conceived from his love of mechanics, nature and art is tempered by humanity and fun. An Engineering background allows him to develop new ideas, learning from success and failure. He enjoys tinkering with classic cars and motorbikes, even built his own kit car. Through his art Clinkerhoffen embraces the challenge of painting intricately detailed fantasy lands which depict his novels. Clinkerhoffen spent several years volunteering with the New Zealand Red Cross after Christchurch’s earthquakes. Back in England after 14 years living in New Zealand, he feels lucky to call the Cotswold countryside his home again. See links below to find out more about Stephan von Clinkerhoffen and “The Hidden City of Chelldrah-ham” series.