"[An] engaging mix of history, legend, and romance." ―Publisher's Weekly starred reviewOn the path toward greatness, even a hero makes mistakes.Armed with his magical sword and otherworldly horse, Gwalchmai proves himself the most feared and faithful warrior of Arthur's noble followers. But while defending the kingdom, he commits a grave offense against the woman he loves, leading her to disappear...
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark; Original edition (September 1, 2011)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
Amazon Rank: 2399053
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This is the second volume in Bradshaw's trilogy, continuing the story of Gwalchmai (Gawain) and Bradshaw’s delivers a riveting story, which is enhanced by a nuanced and heartfelt reading by Nicole Quinn, who imbues the tale with an Irish tone that ad...
ife and haunt his memories.With his trusted servant, Rhys, a commonsense peasant, Gwalchmai tries to find her in the Kingdom of Summer, where Arthur has sent him. But an unexpected and most malevolent force of evil and darkness is loose―that of his mother, the witch-queen Morgawse―and Gwalchmai finds that the secrets of his past may deny him peace...In the second book of Gillian Bradshaw's critically acclaimed trilogy, Sir Gawain comes to life as Gwalchmai, startlingly human yet fantastically heroic.Praise for Gillian Bradshaw"Compelling...splendid...vibrant...exhilirating, a novel seduces us into accepting sorcery and sanctity in King Arthur's England."―New York Times Book Review"Courage, darkness, magic, cruelty and kindness, justice and liberation...all the things that you have come to relish in the tales of King Arthur and his brave knights." ―Yankee Romance Reviewers"This engaging and enchanting retelling of the Arthur legend will appeal to adults and younger readers alike."―Publishers Weekly"A fast-paced Arthurian novel with broad appeal."―Historical Novels Review