Merlin

Merlin

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Born of nobility and possessing magical talents, Merlin works to prepare an England abandoned by its Roman occupiers for the coming of Arthur Pendragon

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A stunning saga of courage and destiny in a legendary time of chaos and kings

He was born to greatness, the son of a druid bard and a princess of lost Atlantis. A trained warrior, blessed with the gifts of prophecy and song, he grew to manhood in a land ravaged by the brutal greed of petty chieftains and barbarian invaders.

MERLIN: Respected, feared and hated by many, he was to have a higher destiny. For it was he who prepared the way for the momentous event that would unite the Island of the Mighty—the coming of Arthur Pendragon, Lord of the Kingdom of Summer.

MERLIN

“Entertains and tantalizes . . . an exciting and thoughtful addition to the ranks of Arthurian fantasy.” –Locus



Baker
& Taylor

Born the son of a druid bard and a princess of lost Atlantis, Merlin grows to manhood in a land ravaged by the brutal greed of barbarian invaders and prepares the way for the momentous event that will unite the Island of the Mighty. Reissue.

Publisher: New York : Avon Books, 1990
ISBN: 9780380708895
0380708892
Branch Call Number: SF Lawhead, S 200.2 1990
Characteristics: 445 pages : map ; 18 cm

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