A King in Time II by Mary Enck

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I admit I thought the plot a bit complicated with quite a few minor characters and subplots so that it wound about a bit more than I liked. However its definitely a novel worth reading and one that will bend some readers’ minds for how it pushes the limits of Arthurian legend.
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Arthur, Prince of Wales and future King of England, must decide if he wants to return to his own time in 2100 A.D. Like his predecessor, the Legendary King Arthur, the passion of the young prince is to rebuild ancient Camelot. When he visits the original site, he encounters a prophetic gentleman who seems to know the future, or perhaps he speaks of the past. Later, as Prince Arthur ponders the true identity of the man, a total solar eclipse occurs and propels him into the Fifth Century. It is only when the prince finally accepts the eclipse has directed the event, time begins to slip once more. It is then he discovers there is more to consider than space-time theories.
 

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Published January 25, 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 346 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Tyler Tichelaar on Jun 28 2015

I admit I thought the plot a bit complicated with quite a few minor characters and subplots so that it wound about a bit more than I liked. However its definitely a novel worth reading and one that will bend some readers’ minds for how it pushes the limits of Arthurian legend.

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