- Paperback: 480 pages
- Publisher: Lion Books; paperback / softback edition (16 Aug. 1988)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0745913105
- ISBN-13: 978-0745913100
- Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 3.5 x 18.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 430,272 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Merlin: Book II of the Pendragon Cycle Paperback – 16 Aug 1988
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Having brought the two worlds of Atlantis and Celtic Britain together in Book I, the author now focuses on Merlin. In this second book, Merlin tells his own story - and his vision - the vision of the Kingdom of Summer, ruled by the Summer Lord. It is a story of love and passion, triumph and tragedy, with itw own special and powerful 'magic'. The saving of the infant Arthur, and the setting of the sword in the stone form both the climax to this book and the entry to the story of Arthur himself.
About the Author
Stephen Lawhead is the author of some 14 outstanding fantasy and science fiction novels, including The Dragon King Trilogy (Lion), The Song of Albion Trilogy (Lion), and Byzantium (HarperCollins). Sales of his books have reached over 2 million copies worldwide. An American, he moved to Britain to research Celtic mythology. He now lives in Oxford with his wife and two sons. website: www stephenlawhead.com
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I admire Stephen Lawhead's writing very much. It is quite obvious to the reader that the author loves his subject matter and in his historical novels has diligently researched the material that he uses. Even with Merlin, which can only be described as a fantasy, the way the author sets the scene makes the reader almost believe that they are reading a factual rather than a fiction book.
Having brought the `children' of Atlantis to the shores of Britain in Taliesin, the author now focuses on the mystical figure of Merlin, who in all the other legends is always at the right hand of Arthur. Merlin has a vision of the Kingdom of Summer ruled by the Summer Lord.
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