Battle with the Wither King

Another short story story from New York Times Bestselling Minecraft author, Mark Cheverton

Watcher, the target of frequent bullying by the warriors of his village, finally gets a change to prove himself. He goes out into the wild to prove that Karkan, the King of the Withers, actually exists. But what he learns will terrify him and threaten his entire village with destruction More
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  • Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
  • Words: 15,320
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310207235
About Mark Cheverton

New York Times bestselling author, Mark Cheverton grew up in Southern California, going through high school, and college. After college, Mark taught high school physics and math for many years. While teaching, he earned a Master's degree in Physics and conducted research on planetary atmospherics. After moving to the east coast, he started doing research for a Fortune 100 company in the fields of machine vision and additive manufacturing. His first book, The Algae Voices of Azule, was released in 2012, followed by the sequel shortly after.

In 2014, he released the first book in his Gameknight999 Minecraft series - Invasion of the Overworld, followed by Book 2: Battle for the Nether, and Book 3: Confronting the Dragon. This series made it to the New York Times bestseller list in February, 2015 and has been published in over 21 countries and translated into 10 languages across the globe. Currently, his second series, The Mystery of Herobrine has been released followed by his third series, called Herobrine Reborn. In 2016, Cheverton's 4th series, Herobrine's revenge will be released followed by his 5th series, the Birth of Herobrine later in that year.

Kids frequently meet Mark and his son, Gameknight999 on his server for players of Minecraft and fans of his books. Information about his server for Minecraft fans can be found at You can also email Mr. Cheverton at

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