A compelling argument about the origins of King Arthur wrapped in a brilliant novel.
Archaeologist Donald Gladstone is sure that there never was a "real" King Arthur—that is, until a surprising find at Stonehenge seems to offer hard evidence of Arthur's existence. Teaming up with Julia Llewellyn, a gifted linguist working at the Oxford English Dictionary, Donald sets off on a literary and mythological quest that will change both of their lives. Gloriously many-layered, Finding Camlann is a deeply satisfying love story, a gripping detective story, and a narrative journey of myriad pleasures.
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At the start of the story, dreary Donald’s editor isn’t convinced he’s able to clear up the Arthurian confusion in a compelling way. By the end of it, I’m not convinced it was even worth turning to the second page.Read Full Review of Finding Camlann: A Novel | See more reviews from NY Journal of Books
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