Moon Lord: The Fall of King Arthur - The Ruin of Stonehenge

Moon Lord The Fall of King Arthur The Ruin of Stonehenge Many Sun Turnings have passed since the Ardhu the Stone Lord inherited the kingship of Prydn His illegitimate son Mordraed seeks his father s hall on the Great Plain and a place among the famed warri

  • Title: Moon Lord: The Fall of King Arthur - The Ruin of Stonehenge
  • Author: J.P. Reedman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 427
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  • Many Sun Turnings have passed since the Ardhu the Stone Lord inherited the kingship of Prydn His illegitimate son Mordraed seeks his father s hall on the Great Plain, and a place among the famed warriors of Kham el Ard, but his appearance brings a shadow and a doubt.Stand alone sequel to STONE LORD.

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    1. Ms. Reedman takes the well-known and oft told tale of King Arthur and makes it her own. The story centers around Mordraed, illegitimate son of Ardhu Pendraec (Arthur Pendragon) and Ardhu's half sister Morigau (Morgana). Mordraed has been groomed by his mother to ascend to political power, and even in his revulsion of her, does her bidding.There is phenomenal attention to detail, copious amounts of research in both the legend and geography, and an authentic, intelligent writing style. She takes h [...]

    2. Sequel to STONE LORD--a novel set in prehistoric Britain. Mostly from the viewpoint of the anti-hero Mordraed, a beautiful young man with a killer's heart, who seeks to destroy his half-brother, the pure and mystical warrior-prince Gal'havad, and wrest the kingdom from his father Ardhu Pendraec.Real archaeology mingled with fiction. Real places, clothing and artifacts based on real finds.When the Dark Moon of Mordaed arises, the Stone of Stonehenge shall fall!

    3. It is almost two decades since the events laid out in 'Stone Lord',and the events set in motion by Ardhu,An'kelet and their companions head towards their inevitable climax. Ardhu's nephew-son Mordraed is the catalyst for the tragic tale that unfolds, a saga of heroic deeds and treachery'Moon Lord' is the second book in J.P.Reedman's Bronze Age treatment of the Arthurian tales. Here the 'knights' and their ladies are portrayed as Chieftains and warriors of the Stonehenge era. It's a swift-paced,g [...]

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