The Coming of the King
Random House Publishing Group, 1990 - 671 pages
Nikolai Tolstoy, one of the leading Celtic scholars of our time and direct descendant of one of the world's most distinguished literary families, re-creates the life of Merlin in the most dramatic, enchanting and thoroughly researched novel ever written on the subject. "Once tasted, never forgotten".--Publishers Weekly.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Dale.Price - LibraryThing
Not Malory's Arthurian legendary, but rather the Welsh underpinnings of the same. An acquired taste, but one that rewards the patient reader who can appreciate it on its own terms. Alas for the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Michael.Rimmer - LibraryThing
The medieval French interpreters of the Matter of Britain drew heavily upon the Celtic myths and folktales of Brittany and Great Britain when they wrote their own chivalric stories. The heroes of ... Read full review