The Silurian, Book Three, Arthur's Army

The Silurian Book Three 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 he push his cousin Medraut too far Traitors

  • Title: The Silurian, Book Three, Arthur's Army
  • Author: L.A. Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781105987830
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 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.

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    About "L.A. Wilson"

    1. L.A. Wilson

      Unique writer of Arthurian fiction this is King Arthur like you have never read before, called The Silurian the Silurian is Arthur, and this is his story told by his closest companion and foster brother, Bedwyr, called The Fox.There are ten books in the Silurian series, with book ten issue only as part one, The Wounded Bear Part Two will follow in 2013.Book One The Fox and The BearBook Two The King of BattlesBook Three Arthur s ArmyBook Four Hunters and KillersBook Five Longhand, White tooth and the FoxBook Six Bedwyr s LossBook Seven The Blacksmith s HammerBook Eight Facing the BearBook Nine The Fox on the WaterBook Ten, Last Man to Avalon Part ONE The Wounded BearBook One of the series received an Honorary Mention in the London Book Festival of 2007My work has been describe as art , as intense and full of passion The Silurian, a battleground of Saxon invasions and British survival, of loss and love and enduring resistance Whatever The Silurian is, it is not in the mould of Lancelot loves Guinevere but in the true mould of Dark Age warriors, who fight for their lord in war host to the very ends of the endurance, with Arthur at their head This is not the romance of Merlin, Tristan, Lancelot, or the knights of the round table this is real life in the raw,told in a unique first person narrative, in the unique style of Bedwyr, the Fox

    135 thoughts on “The Silurian, Book Three, Arthur's Army”

    1. Love, battle and death. Words of power that are fully realised in ‘Arthur’s Army’, book two of L.A. Wilson’s astonishing Arthurian series, ‘The Silurian.’‘I wondered how the quiet of the day, beautiful and sun-drenched as it was, could be so shattered by the violent death that was to come. Away northward, hills bathed in sunlight.’ Bedwyr, Arthur’s greatest warrior, voices the heroic, tragic, passionate story of Arthur and the warriors of the Clan Bear. The reader goes with him [...]


    2. Love, battle and death. Words of power that are fully realised in ‘Arthur’s Army’, book two of L.A. Wilson’s astonishing Arthurian series, ‘The Silurian.’‘I wondered how the quiet of the day, beautiful and sun-drenched as it was, could be so shattered by the violent death that was to come. Away northward, hills bathed in sunlight.’ Bedwyr, Arthur’s greatest warrior, voices the heroic, tragic, passionate story of Arthur and the warriors of the Clan Bear. The reader goes with him [...]


    3. The jealousy and desire Arthur inspires among his followers threaten to defeat him as surely as his military setbacks in this third novel in Wilson's series about Britain in the Dark Ages, narrated by the High King's conflicted lieutenant, the berserker Bedwyr. Despite losing a quarter of his troops, Arthur knows his success depends on fighting the just war . . . in the brutal sense of the word in those days: no indiscriminate slaughtering of women and children, only those who take up arms, thou [...]


    4. Arthur begins his reign of terror against the Saxons. Bedwyr struggles to understand his love for Arthur as he begins a relationship with an orphaned Saxon woman named Rowena. Everything they've trained and fought for will be tested like never before, as questions of loyalty abound. Bedwyr also grieves for what might have been.


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