Arthur Pendragon was not slain by Mordred at the battle of Camlaan but by the Gwyn ap Nudd, the Fairy King of Annwn. Twenty original poems of varying length tell the tale of this mystical, forgotten chapter of the Legend More
Heavy with a great burden, King Arthur ponders the future of his kingdom and the potency of his legacy. When Merlin speaks of realms beyond Briton, of Annwn and portals to Otherworlds, the King spies the chance of lasting notoriety.
King Arthur did not die in battle at Camlaan. He was not slain by his mortal enemy, Mordred. King Arthur's final days, and the true story of his demise is far more strange and frightening than anyone, not even Merlin, could possibly have foretold.
Read the final mystical and forgotten chapter of The Legend here in this collection of thirteen original poems.
Available ebook formats: