Born of the chaos of the Dark Ages, the Dream of Eagles produced a king, a country and an everlasting legend—Camelot
It is 395 A.D., and as the Roman armies withdraw from Britain, anarchy threatens the colony that will one day be known as Camelot. Creating their own army and joining with the Celtic people of King Ullic Pendragon, the colonists emerge as a new breed of Britons, ready to forge the government that will be the Round Table and its Knights and to prepare the groundwork for the future coronation of Arthur, first High King of Britain.
With all the drama, passion and violence of England’s most vibrant history, The Singing Sword continues Jack Whyte’s bestselling chronicle of the dream that gave birth to an enduring legend.
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"Whyte breathes life into the Arthurian myths by weaving the reality of history into them. The first volume has left me eagerly awaiting the forthcoming sequels." --Tony Hillerman
"Perhaps not since the early 1970s, with Mary Stewart's The Crystal Cave and The Hollow Hills, have the Roman Empire and the Arthurian legends been intertwined with as much skill and authenticity." --Publishers WeeklyAbout the Author:
Jack Whyte was born and raised in Scotland and has lived in Canada since 1967. He has been an actor, orator, singer, poet, and businessman at various stages of his life, and he holds an honorary doctorate of letters for his contribution to Canadian popular fiction. A resident of Kelowna, British Columbia, he is the author of the internationally bestselling Dream of Eagles series and the Templar Trilogy. The Renegade is the second instalment in the Guardians series, set during the Scottish Wars of Independence.
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