FATE OF CAMELOT
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Rating: 3 cups
Gwenhwyfar, Queen of Camelot, is a strong-minded woman. She married King Arthur, but has loved another man for years. After the battle with the Saxons at Cam’s Landing, Arthur is injured and must cross into Avalon to be healed. Gwenhwyfar follows him in order to help heal her husband for the sake of all of Camelot.
Lancelot, the right hand man to Arthur, loves the wife of his best friend and his King. When faced with the possibility of losing her to the land of Faerie forever, he embarks on a quest to bring her home to Camelot and himself.
Most of the characters are on a quest; some for forgiveness, some for the Holy Grail, some for peace. Britain needs Arthur and the Holy Grail to prevent the Saxons from overtaking the country. Morgana and her son, Medraut, are on their own quest to destroy Arthur and Camelot.
This is an extremely complex story and at times a difficult read. The tale did not always flow well. I found it hard to keep track of the names and places. If you can get past that, it is good. I enjoyed the thread linking Paganism and Christianity. While the legend of Camelot is familiar, Ms. Breeding takes you beyond.
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