Camelot: Armor Of Light Chronicles Volume 1

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With the fall of King Arthur, Castle Camelot and Bretunia itself is in danger of being devastated by Queen Morgana. An unlikely bunch of wizard, makidon, galan and knight comes to the fore. Are they the chosen who will deliver Camelot by recovering the fabled Armor of Light? Read this ebook, and then follow the journey of the new heroes of Camelot in 'King Arthur's Legacy' and 'Armor Quest' ! 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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The destiny of Camelot rests with a mismatched band of adventurers – an apprentice wizard, a galanic-healer, a mage-knight of Makidos and the heir apparent, Knight Aubriet. The fabled Armor of Light holds the key to restoring the balance of power. Will Castle Camelot crumble under the might of Queen Morgana, or is deliverance at hand?

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Review by: JS T on June 25, 2011 :
This re-imagining of the tale of King Arthur, brings us to the aftermath of his fall.
The story concentrates on a group of less experienced new generation of personalities with adventure in their hearts.
What I find interesting about this book are the modern views the characters have, which is woven into their actions and dialogues.
Makes one question the ethics, morality and behaviour of both the old and ours, but in a light-heart non-offending way.
An interesting fun read, worth it's affordable price too.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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