Lancelot And The Sword by Sarah Luddington
(The Knights Of Camelot)

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“Arthur calls Camelot his ‘curse’. He might be right, but I have to believe it is worth fighting for, or what is the point of my existence?”

Lancelot and Arthur return home to find Guinevere shattered and a Camelot they barely recognise. A traitor’s challenge for the throne forces Arthur back on the road and racing once more to Avalon. However, they soon learn they are facing a threat more terrible than anything the traitor can conjure alone.
Suddenly, not just Camelot’s future hangs in the balance, so does a King’s passion for his Champion. Arthur must finally choose, his throne or his love? When the fey king forces Arthur to make a decision which alters destinies, Lancelot learns the real meaning of allegiance.

Lancelot and the Sword continues the adventures of Arthur Pendragon and Lancelot du Lac. Once more enduring a grave threat to Arthur’s crown, they also face the reality of their love. From the political chaos of Camelot to the walls of Avalon, they and their comrades fight to save the Queen, the honour of England and finally their love, but is it enough?


From the bestselling author of Lancelot and the Wolf comes the next thrilling instalment... This story is a cross between an adult version of ‘Merlin’ and ‘Brokeback Mountain’ - WOW!

Publisher Comments

This series, The Knights of Camelot, is proving to be both exciting and heartbreaking. The relentless onslaught of action is reminiscent of the TV series Spartacus, while the emotions bring to mind the pathos of American Angles. With Camelot threatened, Avalon under siege and King Arthur leaning more heavily than ever on Lancelot we can't help but wonder what will happen next. This is part Greek tragedy, part Arthurian myth and utterly unique. A brave new advance in popular fiction, with a men unafraid to admit to their love and homosexuality.

About Sarah Luddington

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Published October 18, 2011 by Mirador Publishing. 247 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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