Le Morte D'Avalon

Mad Merlin (Volume 3)

J. Robert King

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Mad Merlin told the story from a god's point of view.

Lancelot Du Lether told the story from a lover's point of view.

Now in the third volume of J. Robert King's critically acclaimed Arthurian triptych focuses on a woman of Avalon--Morgan le Fey.

Part female Hamlet, part mystical Lady Macbeth, this daughter of a slain king must become an Arthurian Joan of Arc for all women when her position in society and royal lineage place her in direct opposition to all that Arthur must accomplish ... not just for Camelot but for all mankind.

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Le Morte D'Avalon
1Seeing as No Other 
 
Morgan ambled down a crag above the tossing sea. Behind her rose Tintagel, its walls blazing with the last light of day. The stone battlements looked like teeth against the sky, and in the keep, a candle burned in Morgan's window.She was supposed to be there, reading her lessons, but a voice had interrupted them: A great evil is coming, Morgan. Flee to the caves. Follow the veins of the earth and save yourself. Morgan had not hesitated, going to the window where a convenient trellis descended to the garden.

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J. Robert King

J. Robert King is an Origins Award-winning author for his gaming fiction. Le Morte D'Avalon concludes his Arthurian trilogy that also includes Mad Merlin and Lancelot Du Lethe. He lives in Burlington, Wisconsin.

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Le Morte D'Avalon
J. Robert King

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Tom Doherty Associates
Tor Books
September 2003
e-Book Agency
ISBN: 9781466801196
ISBN10: 1466801190
464 pages
$7.99

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Tom Doherty Associates
Tor Books
September 2003
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780765305947
ISBN10: 0765305941
5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, 464 pages
$26.95
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