Knights of the Golden Circle, Sons of Liberty, Order of American Knights.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The Cloud and The Fire
Bestselling Author’s Manuscript Destined For Hollywood Bidding Frenzy From
best-selling author Boston Teran comes The Cloud and The Fire, the epic
story of the Knights of the Golden Circle, forerunners of the Ku Klux
Klan, and their attempt to create out of California the first apartheid
"The Cloud and The Fire is destined for the big screen."
From best-selling author Boston Teran comes a new book, destined to ignite a bidding competition in the publishing and entertainment world. Titled, The Cloud and The Fire,
the author's manuscript has just been presented to publishers mid
February through the author’s agent, Natasha Kern, of the Natasha Kern
Literary Agency. The agent’s manager, Donald Allen, handles film rights.
Teran is the author of eight critically acclaimed books, but his true
identity still remains unknown. Yet, he has been named alongside great
American writers like Hemingway and Larry McMurty, as well as filmmakers
John Ford and Sam Peckinpah, for his singular voice and ability to
weave timely social and political themes into sweeping page turners that
pierce straight into America’s soul. Teran’s novel, The Creed of Violence, sold to Universal for well into seven figures. Slated for release in 2014, the film version will
be produced by Brian Oliver of Crosscreek Productions and Michael
DeLuca, starring Christian Bale. Boston Teran's cult classic, God is a
Bullet, is currently in film development.
The author's new book, The Cloud and The Fire, is set in 1862 California, and tells the true story of The Knights of the Golden Circle,
forerunners of The Ku Klux Klan, and their attempt to create out of
California the first apartheid state. Against the rugged back country of
an America of unrivaled possibility and unparalleled hatreds, the novel
follows three unforgettable characters whose lives intertwine in
friendship, love, and their quest for justice.
manager Don Allen, "With God is a Bullet in development and The Creed
of Violence in pre-production, it looks like another Boston Teran book
is destined for the big screen."
The question is: Who will win the race to get a first look at the manuscript?