The King Arthur Trilogy
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    Dragon's Child: The King Arthur Trilogy, Book 1 | M. K. Hume

    Dragon's Child: The King Arthur Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (18 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By M. K. Hume
    • Narrated By Steven Crossley
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    The future of Britain is at stake. In the turbulent times of the Dark Ages, the despotic Uther Pendragon, High King of Celtic Britain, is nearing death, and his kingdom is being torn apart by the squabbling of minor kings. But only one man can bring the Celts together as a nation and restore peace - King Arthur. Artorex (Arthur) doesn't yet seem like the great man he will grow into. We meet him as a shy, subservient twelve-year-old living in the foster home of Lord Ector, who took in Artorex as a babe to protect him from murderous kin.

    A Knight in Tarnished Armor

    This book tells of the early life of King Arthur as it might have really been...no magic and set at the twilight of the Roman Era and the beginning of..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 03 2015 by Ark1836 ()
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    Warrior of the West: The King Arthur Trilogy, Book 2 | M. K. Hume

    Warrior of the West: The King Arthur Trilogy, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (19 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By M. K. Hume
    • Narrated By Steven Crossley
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    (23)
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    Twelve long, blood-soaked years, have passed since Artor fulfilled his destiny and was crowned the High King of the Britons. Against all odds, Artor has united Celtic Britain and with a last great campaign, has banished the Saxon scourge. The legend of Camlann has begun. But even as Artor's kingdom is at its zenith, even as he has succeeded in conquering all external threats to his rule, his kingdom is being undermined from within. For Artor has chosen Wenhaver (Guenevere) as a second wife.

    Starts Out Great but Ends Too Slow

    This is the second book in the King Arthur Trilogy. It starts out great with an exciting description of early medieval warfare and thrilling adventur..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 03 2015 by Ark1836 ()