YAKOV’S RUN - Experience the Power of Resilience and Hope

YAKOV’S RUN by G. L. Simon is an amazing read that will leave you feeling inspired and motivated. Did you ever think about stories behind a name instead of simply following genealogy? Well, this will be just the thing for your next armchair read. This fast-paced, inspiration-packed book is a reminder that struggles are a necessary part of life and that without them, it would be difficult to rise above our weaker selves.

The focus often looks at the common people who are not the heroic or royal characters of other action novels. The well-developed characters and their struggles reveal relatable and thought-provoking events through the veil of history.

The plot of this series is exciting, and the rich details make them an engaging page-turner for both adults and teens. The books of “Der Flechtemann Chronicles,” beginning with the first book, YAKOV’S RUN, will entertain readers of all ages for many years to come.

With its thought-provoking themes, YAKOV’S RUN is an informative, worthwhile book. Don’t miss out on this powerful and insightful novel that will change how you view struggles in your life.”


Interest in the eons of the social life of humankind and knowing technologies change and knowledge grows faster with each generation, it would seem we may implode someday for want of something to design or think about. However, the generational interest of social and physical survival. That being said, it is my contention that a person today, 500 years ago, or 50,000 years ago are all driven by the same concerns: food, shelter, safety and social connectivity.

My stories focus on those facets of life. THE FLETCHER’S GAMBIT, the second book in the Der Flechtemann Chronicle, Michael Simon continues his search for family ties in the folio of pages he and James, his German counterpart, have discovered in a niche of an old cloister room. The transcription from Latin and some cryptic code lead the two to find further understanding of the times and emotions surrounding the plight of the common person in 14th century Germany. The Holy Roman Empire addressed as such by the nobility of the time, placed extreme pressure on the peasantry of the time.