Arthur the King: A Romance
A thrilling and highly original retelling of the Arthurian legend with a twist!
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For amoment it seemed asifthe gigantic Sir Bedivere, aman built likean ox,had succeededin causing theswordto shiftposition. But it was not so and he too fell back defeated. Another knight in black armour so strainedand heaved that ...
'We must seeto the dog,' Lycassaid, 'and then to you.' The boyMerlin was uncouth. Lycas, whose tastes had been refined byhis associationwith Marcus and Artemisia, could not be easy with him. He seemed to him like awild animal, ...
Lycasmade no reply,forit seemed to himthat Marcus had forgotten his presence and that thewords hespoke were a meditation addressedto himself, perhapsin reproach. But an old man who was sitting ina cornerof the tavern with abowl of soup ...
It seemed to Merlin that she remained silent because she was deliberating by which ruse she might cheat him of that which he demanded. Nevertheless, he ate and drank whatwasplaced before him. 'I have need ofher,'he said.
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ARTHUR THE KINGUser Review - Kirkus
Historical novelist Massie unrolls the familiar knightly yarns with some fresh, unusual twists.Offering a vaguely postmodern take not merely on Arthur himself but on the whole of British history, the ... Read full review