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Pendragon's Banner (Pendragon's Banner Trilogy) Paperback – 18 Oct 2011
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"If only all historical fiction could be this good." --Historical Novels Review
"Hollick's writing is one of the best I've come across - her descriptions are so vivid it seems as if there's a movie screen in front of you, playing out the scenes." --passagestothepast.com
"Hollick adds her own unique twists and turns to the familiar mythology" --Booklist
"Uniquely compelling... bound to have a lasting and resounding impact on Arthurian literature."
About the Author
Helen Hollick is a USA Today bestselling author. She lives in northeast London on the edge of Epping Forest with her husband, adult daughter, and a variety of pets, which include several horses, a cat and a dog. She has two major interests: Roman/Saxon Britain and the Golden Age of Piracy - the early eighteenth century. Her particular pleasure is researching the facts behind the small glimpses of history and bringing the characters behind those facts to full and glorious life. She has an honours diploma in early medieval history and may one day, if ever she finds the time, go on to obtain her full degree.
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It's very hard for me to review this novel without spoilers, but in short the tragedy which befalls the pair really pulled on my heartstrings and again made me place myself firmly in Gwenhwyfar's camp. I find myself rooting for Arthur merely because she does.
I look forward to the final installment now that certain key players have been removed from the tale, plus new ones added to the mix. I'm excited to see how these new faces interplay with Arthur, Gwenhwyfar and their followers.
After a bit of an enforced wait, I’m about to start the third book in this series and can’t wait to get back to it.
Disclosure: the author is known to me (we are both SilverWood authors) but this is my honest opinion of this book.
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