Throughout the widely praised Camulod Chronicles, Merlyn Britannicus has been driven by one sacred dream - to see Britain united under one just, powerful king. In The Sorcerer: Metamorphosis, it is time for the Sorcerer to fulfill his promise - to present the battle-proven Arthur as the Riothamus, the High King of Britain. When Arthur miraculously withdraws the Sword of Kingship from the stone in which it is set, he proves himself the true and deserving king - sworn to defend the Christian faith against invaders, and to preserve Britain as a powerful, united force.
The Sorcerer has fulfilled his promise. The King is crowned, Britain is united - and the face of history and legend is forever changed.
©1999 Jack Whyte (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
This story was a little slower paced than previous books, but nonetheless the story and the prose were great. This book was both exciting and sad, treating tragic loss with the reverence one would expect and describing the chaotic happenings of medieval battles in detail.
The narration was steady as has been the case for the previous installments of the series, the narrator's voice clear and easy to understand while conveying the emotion appropriate to each situation. All in all this was a great book and lots of fun to listen to.
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