!!> EPUB ❂ Mordred, Bastard Son (The Chronicles of Mordred, #1) ✽ Author Douglas Clegg – Snapchatlogin.us

Mordred, Bastard Son (The Chronicles of Mordred, #1) Traitor Exile Lover Of Men My Mother Is The Witch Queen Morgan Le Fay And My Father, King Arthur Merlin Foretold That If A Son Like Me Were Born To Arthur, His Kingdom Would Be Destroyed By Birthright, I Am Heir To The Throne Stolen From My Mother In This Spellbinding Novel Of Dangerous Magic And Burning Desire, Mordred S First Forbidden Passion For The Greatest Knight Of His Father S Kingdom Leads Him To Break The Most Sacred Law And Betray His Own People Sending Him On A Treacherous Journey From Which Few Have Ever Returned A Twist On The Camelot Legends From New York Times Bestselling And Award Winning Author Douglas Clegg, The First In A Projected Series.

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  1. says:

    Are you a Mordred fan Good Do you appreciate bastards Excellent I recommend you not read this book.It s well written, definitely, but story telling and writing are different If you re interested in Arthurian legends and intrigued by Mordred, this book will not give you the satisfaction you looked for, no matter how long you scour the pages, how deeply you read, how much you hope that Mordred will be at Camelot by the middle of the book You see, the whole conflict of this novel focused on M Are you a Mordred fan Good Do you appreciate bastards Excellent I recommend you not read this book.It s well written, definitely, but story telling and writing are different If you re interested in Arthurian legends and intrigued by Mordred, this book will not give you the satisfaction you looked for, no matter how long you scour the pages, how dee...


  2. says:

    I ve read much of the modern Arthurian fiction as well as much of the early sources and thoroughly enjoyed this take on Mordred I only wish Clegg had finished will finish the trilogy I d like to know where he s taking us The action of this 1st book takes place in the Amorican peninsula, specifically in the great and mysterious Forest of Broc liande In Clegg s world this ancient, mythic forest separates those practicing the Old religions from the surrounding Romano Christian interlopers It I ve read much of the modern Arthurian fiction as well as much of the early sources and thoroughly enjoyed this take on Mordred I only wish Clegg had finished will finish the trilogy I d like to know where he s taking us The action of this 1st book takes place in the Amorican peninsula, specifically in the great and mysterious Forest of Broc liande In Clegg s world this ancient, mythic forest separates those practicing the Old religions from the surrounding Romano Christian interlopers It s hard to place the time of the action as we have pre Roman Celts mixed with Druid remnants and Roman and Christian culture as well as neo Pagan spiritual ideas Still I have a feeling of 5th to 6th century life But this doesn t really matter The story is interesting the characters engaging and the prose professional with numerous ideas and conflicts encountered And, Mordred is gray and complex enough for us not to know how he will turn out in relation to the Arthur...


  3. says:

    Gerry B s Book Reviews Like millions of others around the world, I have always been well, for seventy five years, anyway a fan of the Arthurian legend and the outrageously fictional Camelot Moreover, I suppose I could say that during that time I have been brainwashed into believing that the bastard son, Mordred, was the worm in the apple Imagine the audacity of Douglas Clegg, therefore, to challenge that idea with his revisionist novel Mordred, Bastard Son Gerry B s Book Reviews Like millions of others around the world, I have always been wel...


  4. says:

    i enjoyed this book, and i look forward to the next two books in this series, but i cannot lie this book read a little like slash fanfiction that s not a bad thing allah knows i would read fifty retellings of arthurian legend from the point of view of a strong, ...


  5. says:

    Douglas Clegg, horror and fantasy writer is the author of this He does a great job telling the story of Mordred Yep, THE Mordred we all know and love from Arthurian legends In this book, he is a Druid priest and a homosexual, telling his story to a yo...


  6. says:

    3.5 Suched mixed reviews on this one, but although slow to pick up I thought this novel was a good re telling of the Arthurian Legend Although Typos and Grammar mistakes I think these can be taken lightly as they dont distract from a tale that is unique and explores the Celtic heritage of a Legend that is so embedded in our culture I like that Clegg has made Mordred a character I like and want to root for and also view spoiler the lover of Lancelot Hell Yea hide spoiler This was a bril 3.5 Suched mixed reviews on this one, but although slow to pick up I thought this novel was a good re telling of the Arthurian Legend Although Typos and Grammar mistakes I think these can be taken lightly as they dont distract from a tale that is unique and explores the Celtic heritage of a Legend that is so embedded in our culture I like that Clegg has made Mordred a character I like and w...


  7. says:

    Do you want an Arthurian legend Look elsewhere This is not a story of Mordred, merely a story set in the times of Arthur and stealing character names to force into tortured plots that in no way fit into widely accepted Arthurian legends The story tries so hard to impart great w...


  8. says:

    I enjoyed the new look at the main characters of this great legend Well thought out and, told in first person, very engaging Had a bittypos than I had expected, so that was a bit of a distraction, but otherwise, I m looking forward to reading the next book.


  9. says:

    Arthurian variationThis foray into a variation of the myths of Camelot is clever and intriguing A well woven tale, it kept my interest as Mordred revealed the early stories of his life.


  10. says:

    A great taleA great retelling of an old story but from a different perspective The characters are all full and rich Read this book.

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