The Saxon Shore

The Saxon Shore

Book - 2003
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Publisher: New York : Tom Doherty Associates, 2003, c1998
Edition: 1st trade pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9780765306500
0765306506
Branch Call Number: FIC Whyte 6939
Characteristics: 496 p. :,map

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Lightwave
Jan 20, 2012

If you've read Whyte's precedent book in the trilogoy, you would realize that Infant Arthur is BORN into the world of brutality. Whyte's series provides a gripping background and story including real history of what we know as "Camelot", or "The Singing Sword." Excellent books.

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windcyclist
Mar 22, 2011

A good read in the Tales of Camulod. Infant Arthur enters the world of brutality. Worth reading for a view into early UK development, and honorable leaders.

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becker
Apr 27, 2010

This is the fourth book in the Camulod series and even though I really enjoyed all the books so far, this fourth one has been the best. The series follows many generations of a several families as it tell the story of how Camulod was created. King Arthur does not even show up until the end of the third book when he is born. In this fourth book, Arthur is still a young babe and you begin to see the importance that is being placed on him to grow into a king that will unite many groups of people under the rule of Britain. The story and the series is full of rich loveable characters and the plots are full of interesting detail. This series would be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates historical fiction and is an absolute must read for those that enjoy Arthurian legend.

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SqueeGirl Oct 03, 2009

Camulod is ruled by Merlyn Britannicus and his cousin Uther Pendragon, the father of the infant destined to be King Arthur. When Uther dies, Merlyn cares for the baby and raises him to unify Britain and guard the magical sword, Excalibur.

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