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    Stephen R. Lawhead(Author) Steve Lawhead(Author)

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When Scotsman Captain James Arthur Stewart learns he is in fact the reincarnation of the original King Arthur, his destiny is forever altered as he leads England out of dangerous times. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By Sir Furboy on 10 July 2009

    The Pendragon cycle is a wonderful set of books, full of fresh ideas and good research to make an epic blend of myth, history and religion that is a powerful antidote to the pessimistic offerings of some other writers.But this book is not the best of the series. Set a generation in the future, it posits a kind of modern Britain that acts in a way that is frankly unthinkable. Lawhead has worked hard to research British politics for this novel, but there are some big gaps all the same.A problem with speculative fiction set in the near future is that the future will invariably be nothing like what is envisaged.Nevertheless Lawhead should be congratulated on even attempting a novel that delves so deeply into the British political situation, and as usual he writes it well and the story is often gripping. For all its faults, it is still a good read.

  • By D. Sawyer on 4 June 2001

    Steve Lawhead manages to take on the current UK political scene, and unite it with the strong theme of king & kingdom evident in his Pendragon Cycle. The result is a triumph of modern fiction, which you'll either love or hate. If you prefer the accepted Arthurian legends, you may not click with this book. Otherwise, whether you prefer political thrillers, fantasy or action, I would strongly recommend this; I would say that among his books, it's second only to the astounding 'Byzantium'. The only fault that stands out is that occasionally the speech of some characters betrays Lawhead's American origins. If you're not sure, buy this book anyway - it's well worth it!

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