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Number of Pages: 385
Vendor: Harper Voyager
Publication Date: 1998
Dimensions: 6.88 X 4.28 X 1.15 (inches)
Series: Pendragon Cycle
A great king faces the ultimate challenge: a dangerous quest through realms of magic and the undead toward a confrontation with his destiny
Drought, plague, and war have left the Isle of the Mighty battered and its heart, the beloved Arthur, grievously injured—until a secret relic is brought before the dying King; a Holy Grail that heals his wounds and restores his vigor.
But soon evil enters the royal court in the guise of a beautiful maiden; a soulless, malevolent force capable of seducing the King’s loyal champion, confounding the sage whom some call Merlin, and carrying the sacred Grail—and Arthur’s adored Queen—off into the dark unknown.
“Suspenseful . . . soulful, philosophical . . . engagingly drawn . . . Arthurian Britain is invoked with robust verisimilitude.” –Publishers Weekly
Stephen R. Lawhead is an internationally acclaimed author of mythic history and imaginative fiction. His works include Byzantium and the series The Pendragon Cycle, The Celtic Crusades, and The Song of Albion. Lawhead makes his home in Austria with his wife.
Chris5 Stars Out Of 5Great endingNovember 19, 2016ChrisQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am just working my way through this last book in the five book series. It is a great ending to a curious and fun tale about King Arthur. Very creative and fun to read.
Deborah Jones5 Stars Out Of 5February 17, 2009Deborah JonesI bought this to complete the Pendragon series. I haven't read this final book yet but my son has and he rates it five stars. Although I've not finished the series, we both like how the books draws the reader into the Pendragon world. It is believable fantasy with a Christian world view.
Matthew4 Stars Out Of 5April 11, 2007MatthewAs all his others I have read, a great book, but it fails in comparison to the first two in the series. Great book, but if anything is wrong I would say it has a slightly weak plot.