The Singing Sword (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 2)

Read [Jack Whyte Book] ! The Singing Sword (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 2) Online * PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free. The Singing Sword (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 2) Excellent Begining according to G. Simms. The Singing Sword is a really excellent beginning to a 9 volume saga of historic fiction (merging with mythology) which attempts to set the Arthur legend into what we can realistically know about Britain starting in the 5th century of the common era.The author has done his homework; there is great verisimiltude in the details of how the Roman legions (where we start) were organized and how they operated in the far r. A superb historical take on the Art

The Singing Sword (The Camulod Chronicles, Book 2)

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Rating : 4.80 (830 Votes)
Asin : 0613176499
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 560 Pages
Publish Date : 0000-00-00
Language : English

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. In this second installment of the Camulod Chronicles, Whyte focuses even more strongly on a sense of place, carefully setting his characters into their historical landscape, making this series more realistic and believable than nearly any other Arthurian epic. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. It all adds up to a top-notch Arthurian tale forged to a sharp edge in the fires of historical realism. From Publishers Weekly A sequel to The Skystone, this rousing tale continues Whyte's nuts-and-bolts, nitty gritty, dirt-beneath-the-nails version of the rise of Arthurian "Camulod" and the beginning of Britain as a distinct entity. Through these men's journals, the novel focuses on Camulod's pains and joys, incl

75,000 first printing. Tour.. A fictional portrait of King Arthur's great-grandfather, Publius Varius, and his wife, Luceiia, follows their desperate struggle to protect their land from the barbarian hordes threatening to overrun the last remnants of Roman civilization in Britain

"Excellent Begining" according to G. Simms. The Singing Sword is a really excellent beginning to a 9 volume saga of historic fiction (merging with mythology) which attempts to set the Arthur legend into what we can realistically know about Britain starting in the 5th century of the common era.The author has done his homework; there is great verisimiltude in the details of how the Roman legions (where we start) were organized and how they operated in the far r. A superb historical take on the Arthurian legend This is volume two of a series that puts the legend of King Arthur into an historical perspective. There are other books or groups of books that have attempted this, most notably Mary Stewart's Merlin Chronicles - but Stewart never painted her picture with as big a brush as Jack Whyte does, and (so far at least) Whyte has done it without a hint of magic or any other type of fantasy.This is not intended as a slap at . Avid Reader said GREAT NOVEL AND GREAT SERIES!. I found the first book in this series by chance at the bookstore. Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. It isn't your typical King Arthur and Camalot novel but rather tries to fit the legend into reality by looking at the history of the region. This novel as the second in the series just reaffirmed what a great series this was and I bought every book in the series as a result. It isn't just another Cama

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