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READ PDF Þ Arthur Ï In a forgotten age of darkness a magnificent king arose to light the worldThey called him unfit to rule a lowborn, callow boy, Uther s bastard But his coming had been foretold in the songs of the bard Taliesin He had learned the uses of power from his guide and protector, Merlin He was Arthur, Pendragon of the Island of the Mighty who would rise to legendary greatness in a Britain torn by violence, greed and war the Lord of Summer who would usher in a glorious reign of peace and prosperity and whose noble, trusting heart would be broken by treachery Continuing on in the Pendragon series, Arthur is a great read I love this series and having a thing for Arthurian Legend, I have read a lot of these This is now my favorite Arthurian series I love the rich language, the writing reminds me of J.R Tolkien Lawhead is a great storyteller and his characters come alive This series is written with Arthur and Merlin as followers of Jehu Jesus and is full of honor and bravery Some of they typical Arthurian characters are missing and some have Continuing on in the Pendragon series, Arthur is a great read I love this series and having a thing for Arthurian Legend, I have read a lot of these This is now my favorite Arthurian series I love the rich language, the writing reminds me of J.R Tolkien Lawhead is a great storyteller and his characters come alive This series is written with Arthur and Merlin as followers of Jehu Jesus and is full of honor and bravery Some of they typical Arthurian characters are missing and some have come in a new and different way I give it five stars No swearing and no sexual content I can recommend for ages 14 and up, though it is geared for adult reading I read this book in high school I m sure I read it before the year I graduated, but since I can t remember the specific year, I ll just put 96 This book was fantastic when I read it in High School It was truly a different perspective to the story of King Arthur than in books that I originally read on Arthur It s interesting that in many depictions of Arthur, the version of Christianity that he is depicted of following differs from story to story, and in this version, Arthur s Christianity pr I read this book in high school I m sure I read it before the year I graduated, but since I can t remember the specific year, I ll just put 96 This book was fantastic when I read it in High School It was truly a different perspective to the story of King Arthur than in books that I originally read on Arthur It s interesting that in many depictions of Arthur, the version of Christianity that he is depicted of following differs from story to story, and in this version, Arthur s Christianity probably follows aGnostic version of Christianity, as a result of Merlin s Atlantean Mystic leanings All in all, this novel includes a lotCeltic ideas than other versions of King Arthur s story Great read Rating 2 of fiveThe Publisher Says In a forgotten age of darkness a magnificent king arose to light the world.They called him unfit to rule a lowborn, callow boy, Uther s bastard But his coming had been foretold in the songs of the bard Taliesin He had learned the uses of power from his guide and protector, Merlin He was Arthur, Pendragon of the Island of the Mighty who would rise to legendary greatness in a Britain torn by violence, greed and war the Lord of Summer who would usher in a g Rating 2 of fiveThe Publisher Says In a forgotten age of darkness a magnificent king arose to light the world.They called him unfit to rule a lowborn, callow boy, Uther s bastard But his coming had been foretold in the songs of the bard Taliesin He had learned the uses of power from his guide and protector, Merlin He was Arthur, Pendragon of the Island of the Mighty who would rise to legendary greatness in a Britain torn by violence, greed and war the Lord of Summer who would usher in a glorious reign of peace and prosperityand whose noble, trusting heart would be broken by treachery.My Review Battle, battle, battle foreshadowed Religious Event battle, battle Merlin and Morgian variant spelling in the source document, even though I hated it I m using it sparring oh hell, nothing much new.BORING BORING This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License A really cool and epic Arthurian retelling The best I ve ever read It s all so real and I can totally see every single part happening in real life.The characters are all very real and 3 D, not really relatable in the sense of the word, but there are certainly things to connect with The story tellers each have a unique voice and cadence and I really love how it doesn t switch POVs except in each book part so I can get stuck nice and comfortably inside one person s head.The writing style is o A really cool and epic Arthurian retelling The best I ve ever read It s all so real and I can totally see every single part happening in real life.The characters are all very real and 3 D, not really relatable in the sense of the word, but there are certainly things to connect with The story tellers each have a unique voice and cadence and I really love how it doesn t switch POVs except in each book part so I can get stuck nice and comfortably inside one person s head.The writing style is often hard to read, wherefore this book isn t just a pick up and go sort of thing, and it can seem to drag at times just because of that.The plot itself kept up a good pace most of the time, and I really liked the ending Just the hinting of a distant hope, because King Arthur will return one day It gave me legit shivers.I definitely recommend this series to everyone but probably mostly 14 ish A rather good read indeed although I still think the first one is the best