Shard of Galahad: The Camelot Prophecies

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This is an extract from 'Armor Quest' with added back-story. King Arthur was fatally wounded by Sir Mordred in the final battle. But the ‘Prophecy of the Stones’ maintained that there will be one who would use an artifact left behind by Sir Galahad, who will save Camelot in an age to come. The Armor of Light needs the Shard to activate its powers. Will the heroes of Bretunia be up to the task? More

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About Lady Antiva

I am Lady Antiva, the new Makidon Guildmaster, recently promoted from being a Senior High Guildman (a too masculine term in my view). I live in Camelot city, and play a crucial role in chronicling various lore of Bretunia. Hence, I have been bestowed the honor as being the co-author of 'The Book of Lore', deputy to Porthios, the Loremaster.

I am entrusted with the Guild Fellowship Staff, a tall slender rod of gold metal, encrusted with complex runes, impeccably carved, some small enough to cover with a finger yet more complex than a spider’s web. The top of the Staff is curled into a fanciful hook, a symbol of unity and brotherhood.. I welcome you to write to me at ladyantiva@gmail.com and I will happy share with you my notes, drawings, sketches and previews!

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Armor of Light Artifacts: Shard of Galahad
Aubriet the Knight-designate runs away from home, Castle Camelot. Riadok the fumbling mage meets him but they are pursued by minions of darkness by the traitor Sir Claude. Makidon Tosham, warrior-mage (makidon) helps them along, as did Estella the Galan-healer. As the enemy begins to overwhelm them, Riadok realizes his hidden-potential as Merlin's apprentice and unleashes a powerful spell!

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Review by: JS T on Dec. 08, 2012 :
I quite like the writing style of the author.
A good read as we follow the adventures of a charming and sometimes a little dysfunctional group trying to save their world from the enemy.
A particular description of a region, Talmissra, stood out for me. It had a detailed yet whimsical touch to it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Danielle Christine on May 10, 2012 :
I read fantasy books quite often and rarely am I this positively surprised as I was with Shard of Galahad: The Camelot Prophecies. The story is intriguing and well written, keeping you hooked from the beginning all the way to the end. The book reminded me of Lord of the Rings. This book is a good match to anyone who enjoys medieval fantasy or fantasy books in general. I am definitely looking for other books from this author.
(review of free book)

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