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The Silurian, Book 1: The Fox and The Bear By L.A. Wilson
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The Silurian: Book One; The Fox and The Bear Hear the words of a young warrior, speaking with power of a time when men were committed to their warlords and wielding swords that break. Set in the Dark... More > Ages of Post-Roman Britain, ‘The Silurian’ is the story of King Arthur told in a way that has never been done before. A first person narrative spoken in grim and honest detail of the life of Arthur by his closest friend and foster-brother, Prince Bedwyr, the Fox. Bedwyr tells the story of his life with Arthur, and of his own struggles to know this powerful friend of his. A boy of sixteen, taken to his first great conflict, Bedwyr begins his story on the battlefield where Arthur lies missing after having won his first engagement to war against the invading Saxons, Hengist and Horsa. This is the Fifth Century AD, a time of fierce honesty, as Bedwyr's own words speak it, the words of a young warrior who lives his life in the blood, guts, turmoil and love of an age that was both brutal and brilliant.< Less
The Silurian, Book 2: Arthur's Army By L.A. Wilson
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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 his army as he takes his warriors to the limits of their endurance. In the aftermath of his campaign, Arthur finds the time during a reign of peace to go home to his land of birth: to Siluria, 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 his overwhelms him. Here at the Blackfox villa, home of Arthur’s Silurian aunt, only Bedwyr can witness 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 heart of traitors and the glory of their own power that brings consequences too dark to suffer.< Less