Saturday, 21 October 2017
A young man by the name of Dejon is on ledge on a cliff and he makes a discovery. He finds a sword, which is not just any sword, it is the Sword of Shaftesbury.
This sword once was the property of Bran, a Celtic God. Trapped within the sword Dejon discoverers the father of Merlin, Cadgwith.
Sennen, who is the granddaughter of Cadgwith is in grave danger and upon releasing the wizard from his captivity, Dejon is ready to join the battle to save her.
Dejon is taken back in time to save Sennen from the sea lord Mullion, who is an evil man.
However, by mistake Dejon's sometime adversary Jamie is also transported back in time and he finds himself in the dungeons of the castle where he discovers Mithian, a heroic figure to the local people. Eventually after a number of setbacks and adventures all three are able, together, to escape the castle.
There are many problems that face the kingdom. The King of Tintagel hates Ruth his stepdaughter with a burning passion.
However, she is a skilled and respected military leader in her own right and has control of her own army of rebels within the castle.
The arrival of Dejon in the year 410AD adds to an already simmering cauldron of emotional upheaval as he joins in a growing and simmering battle for her love between her childhood companions Mithian and Delaboe and Dejon, himself.
the ruthless and evil Mullion assembles an army of cutthroats and vicious vagabonds that transcends time itself as he attempts to take the castle and much more besides.
But who will, win in this tumultuous battle? Who will win and what will they win?
This is a tremendously good read for fans of fantasy fiction and at well over 700 pages it will make an excellent Christmas gift for the fantasy fan in your life. Or it'll be a great gift for yourself.
It costs a remarkably reasonable £9.99 from Matador and can by purchased here https://goo.gl/wdCFDG.