Enemy of God

Enemy of God

A Novel of Arthur

Book - 1997
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Follows the life of King Arthur as he settles uneasily into Mordred's throne, with his kingdom still unbalanced by Merlin's ceaseless quest for a priceless treasure and threatened by enemies posing as friends

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Arthur, having defeated the last holdouts of civil war in southern Britain, has secured King Mordred's throne. But the unified kingdom seems no steadier, its balance threatened by Merlin's ceaseless - and some say futile - quest for the last of the Thirteen Treasures of Britain, by the conflict between the ancient religion and the new Christianity, and by Britain's war against the Saxons. Arthur must face other foes as well, foes more powerful and more dangerous - becuase they pose as friends.

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& Taylor

The legend continues in the second of the Warlord Chronicles, which follows the life of King Arthur as he settles uneasily into Mordred's throne, with his kingdom still unbalanced by Merlin's ceaseless quest for a priceless treasure and threatened by enemies posing as friends. 75,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997.
ISBN: 9780312155230
0312155239
Branch Call Number: COR
Characteristics: xii, 396 p. ; 24 cm.

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cloudni9e Nov 15, 2011

Great series. My favourite of Bernard Cornwell's many historical fiction series. He knows his stuff. Sometimes he gets a little too graphic for me, in his descriptions of battles, but if a little bit of gore doesn't bother you give this series a go.

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FavouriteFiction Oct 01, 2009

The search for the 13 sacred objects to restore the Gods begins and Arthur's plans are thrown into turmoil.

Book #2 of the Warlord Chronicles

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