They called him unfit to rule - a lowborn, callow boy, Uther's bastard. But his coming had been foretold in the songs of the bard Taliesin. He had learned powerful secrets at the knee of the mystical sage Merlin. He was Arthur Pendragon of the Island of the Mighty, who would rise to legendary greatness in a Britain torn by violence, greed, and war, ushering in a glorious reign of peace and prosperity - and who would fall at the treacherous hands of the one he loved more than life.
©1989 Stephen R. Lawhead (P)1995 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Took a lot of time to get used to The very unusual words, names, etc. plus the unusual way this story was presented, but I enjoyed this quite a bit. recommended, if you like this type of story or – if unfamiliar – you have the focus and patience to endure.
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