The Pendragon Cycle | Book 4
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The legends of King Arthur have captured the imaginations of many authors, but never have they been told with strength and resonance, passion and richness as Stephen Lawhead’s 5 book series – The Pendragon Cycle.
At the dawn of his reign, a young king must prove his greatness… or lose his realm.
Arthur is King – but darkest evil has descended upon Britain’s shores in many guises. Fragile alliances fray and tear, threatening all the noble liege has won with his wisdom and his blood.
In this black time of plague and pestilence, Arthur’s most trusted counselor Myrddin – the warrior, bard, and kingmaker whom legend will name Merlin – is himself to be tested on a mystical journey through his own extraordinary past. So Arthur must stand alone against a great and terrible adversary. For only thus can he truly be immortality – and the name he will treasure above all other: Pendragon.
Pendragon by Stephen Lawhead was published by Lion Hudson in May 2013 and is our 25385th best seller. The ISBN for Pendragon is 9781782640400.
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Pendragon and Grail fill out Arthur's story, recounting the adventures which lead to Arthur's eventual crowning as Pendragon, and the gripping tale of Arthur's battle to retain control of the Holy Grail, the healing cup of Christ which comes to symbolise the peace and prosperity of his reign. Throughout, the Celts are portrayed as a people emerging from Roman domination, embracing Christianity and establishing their rule in the face of invading Saxons.
The Pendragon Cycle is a feast of sustained storytelling power to inspire readers like no other version of this entrancing mythology.
“One of Lawhead's achievements is his integration, true to the medieval mind, of the mundane and the miraculous.” – Publisher's Weekly
“An exciting and thoughtful addition to the ranks of Arthurian fantasy.” – Locus
“Suspenseful . . . soulful, philosophical . . . engagingly drawn . . . Arthurian Britain is invoked with robust verisimilitude.” – Publishers Weekly
“The familiar tale [is] singularly reworked . . . Lawhead's interpretation is different and distinctive.” – Kirkus Reviews
“Lawhead manages to give the old tale new meaning and fascination. A fine story teller, he brings the Arthurian characters to life without sacrificing any of the haunting pleasure of the legends.” – Omaha World Herald
“Highly recommended.” – Library Journal
“Lawhead evokes the best of British fantasy.” – Encounters
Details for Pendragon
|Page last updated||14th August 2014|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Lawhead|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (May 2013)|
|Number of Pages||416|