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    Robert Carter(Author)

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The Third coming of Arthur.

The final volume in a rich and evocative tale set in a mythic 15th century Britain, to rival the work of Bernard Cornwell.

As civil war tears the Realm apart, the sorcerer Maskull's plans to bring about a catastrophe that will rob the world of magic are coming to fruition. The wizard Gwydion knows that the only hope for the future lies with Willand, the young man he believes to be the reincarnation of King Arthur.

But Will is beset with doubts. He is being stalked by the Dark Child, the twin from whom he was separated at birth and who now serves Maskull. And as the magic gradually begins to fade from the world, the powers of Gwydion, his mentor and friend, seem to be fading too, leading Will to despair that the destruction of the war will ever be halted, or Maskull ever defeated.

Despite the seeming impossibility of his task, Will is not ready to give up quite yet. With the help of his strong-minded wife, Willow, and friends as wise and generous as the loremasters Morann and Gort, Will journeys the Realm seeking his destiny. And soon it becomes clear that only by solving the riddle of his own identity can he save the world he loves so deeply.

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  • PDF | 544 pages
  • Robert Carter(Author)
  • HarperVoyager; New Ed edition (6 Nov. 2006)
  • English
  • 2
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy

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  • By jake on 28 April 2017

    Read the series! Absolutely fantastic, great writing that transports you to another realm whilst still being familiar enough to make you believe it just could be true.....

  • By White Rose on 13 June 2008

    It seems impossible to believe that a series constructed of myth and magic, of alternative realities, of real people in the 15th century,could so hold the attention and demand you follow Willard & Co. to the end of their story that it was difficult to put the book down and do something sensible, like go to work!Robert Carter is to be congratulated on a very fine trilogy indeed. I wanted to say so on his website but could not access it. So I am saying it here instead.

  • By Lesley-anne Murray on 10 January 2009

    I have followed Robert Carters trilogy after feeling withdrawal symptoms of JRR Tolkiens fine work. Carter has created a mind boggling trilogy full off mystical beings, magic and total mystery. 'Whitemantle' the third and last in the trilogy was addictive from start to end.Willands journey continues from The Giants' Dance where he finds out the true identity of his assassin. As things become more confusing and the fate of The Realm lies deep in Willands hands, he must find the Battlestones and evade Chlu, assassin, while he is forever drawn to him.Our favourite characters play major roles in this book and some surprising new characters come into play. Can Willand fulfill his prophecy and become the Great Arthur and take his place as King?An unexpected but delightful ending, where all the unknown becomes answered. A masterpiece.

  • By Colleen Cleary on 25 February 2013

    This was the final in the series which I had enjoyed reading. It was great to find it so easily and was delivered promptly.

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