THE SILURIAN, BOOK 4: Bedwyr's Loss: Freshly broken from his time in Cadwallon Longhand’s war-host, reunited with Arthur, it is time for the Fox to begin the long hard journey to regain his... More > place in the Clan Bear – and to go to war against the mighty Angle warlord, Colgrin. And again, in battle, Bedwyr pays the price of being Arthur’s greatest champion – what will the Fox lose that changes him so deeply? What will come to him now to cause him so much trauma?
The Silurian, Book 4: Bedwyr’s Loss continues the intense and dangerous life of Prince Bedwyr the Fox, back at Arthur’s side and now fighting for his very life.< Less
THE SILURIAN, BOOK 6: THE FOX on the Water - Arthur is gone from Britain, over the seas to fight for his Armorican allies, and Bedwyr is left behind. Arthur is gone for years, and how long can the... More > Fox stand being separated in this cruel way?
Always rebellious, Bedwyr leaves his homeland and barters for passage to Armorica on a Norseman’s long-boat, sailing him over the Whale Roads to find Arthur and bring him home to Britain.
A new land, where Merlin had prophesied that Bedwyr would die in battle, and yet the Fox takes to the water to chase the King, and defy the old druid’s prophesy; and home again to death, reunions, betrayals, and changes so great, the final casting of his spear sees the Fox and the Bear take their first steps to Avalon…< Less
THE SILURIAN, BOOK 3: Longhand, White-tooth, and The Fox: Taken from the Clan Bear, the Fox is forced into the army of Cadwallon Llawhir, the Longhand, to fight for the Men of Gwynedd. Longhand needs... More > Bedwyr’s help to destroy Arthur’s rise to Imperator of Britain, for only Bedwyr knows how Arthur fights and wins. Longhand takes the Fox prisoner in his stronghold; here Bedwyr is forced to marry into the Dynasty of Longhand and White-tooth. Here he is abused and beaten, yet rises above all things to somehow join again with Arthur – now called the Red Ravager, the young warrior who hammers the great Angle Atheling Colgrin, in battle after battle.
Away from Arthur's battles, the Fox’s journey is no less painful, and the wait is arduous; he waits for the Silurian to come into Gwynedd and tear down the armies of Owen White-tooth, who will kill the Fox if his wishes are not carried out, for White-tooth wants Bedwyr to kill Arthur for him...< Less
From the heroic tales of King Arthur
comes a raw, riveting and passionate series of novels
from author, L.A. Wilson, who breathes fresh new life
into this spell-binding mythological cycle.
Told as a... More > first-person narrative by the conflicted prince of Gwynedd, Bedwyr the Fox -
the man closest to Arthur’s heart - ‘The Silurian’ is an amazing
journey into the past, where the social order was kept by the sword,
by loyalty unto death, and the desire to be free: free to survive in the face of Saxon invasions, of violent internal conflicts, and free to love unshielded within their Dark Age war-hosts of warrior brothers.
Energised by L.A. Wilson’s powerful story-telling, a whole dramatic world
of brotherhood, war, love, hate, and betrayal is created and viewed through
the exotic eyes of Bedwyr, the Fox. This is his story. The story of ‘The Fox and the Bear’, Arthur, the Bear of Britain, and his rise to power, and ultimately, into the mythical realm of The Once and Future King.< Less
THE SILURIAN, BOOK 5: Facing the Bear - Here begins Arthur's greatest battle and Britain's greatest victory over the Saxon and Angle alliance as they seek to wipe Arthur's forces from the land. The... More > Angles, led by Arthur's old enemy, the Atheling Colgrin, begin their invasion at Badon Hill, where Colgrin and his force of eight thousand war-dogs face the Bear's two thousand in their last and devastating conflict.
Will Arthur stand up to the unbelievable pressures of his command? Or is this the end of his sense of duty to Britain? The fifth astounding book in The Silurian series, Facing the Bear, will take Arthur, Bedwyr and Medraut to the very summit of ultimate power…< Less
THE SILURIAN, Book 2, ARTHUR'S ARMY: Here begins Arthur’s brilliant and annihilating South Saxon campaign, where he destroys the Saxons of the south coast weald in battle after battle. Yet does... More > he push his cousin, Medraut, too far? Traitors begin to arise from within the ranks of Arthur's army as he takes his warriors to the limits of their endurance.
In the aftermath of battle, and with the success of his campaign, Arthur finds the time during a reign of peace to go home to Siluria, where he was born, and there find the last living souls of his mother’s people; those who survive in the Bear Clan from their battles against Arthur’s father, Uthyr Pendragon.
And once home, the grief and the power that is Arthur's overwhelms him. Only Bedwyr can stand as a witness to the suffering of his foster-brother and hold true at his side.
Book Two: Arthur's Army charges the two young warriors into the sinister hearts of traitors and the glory of their own power.< Less