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  • Pendragon has all the hallmarks of a traditional historical adventure story — there are battles, swords and the bantering of violent men — and these are all are done with style. However, there is also intellectual heft to this story, with its themes of myth-making and the nature of power.

    Antonia Senior, THE TIMES
  • On the shadowed frontier between myth and half-imagined history, James Wilde paints a vivid and gritty picture of the genesis of one of the greatest legends of all time.

    MATTHEW HARFFY, author of The Bernicia Chronicles
  • Not since Bernard Cornwell took on the Arthur myth has a writer provided such a new and innovative view of the Arthurian story . . . a fast-paced, action-packed book . . . a wonderful tale.

    PARMENION BOOKS
  • Skillfully deconstructs the myths of Arthur and Camelot but creates a stunning prequel.

    ELOQUENT PAGE

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