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Enemy of God
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Enemy of God
a novel of Arthur
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Arthur, having won the battle against the Saxons, leads the southern British Kingdoms But other problems exist The Druid Merlin wants to restore the island to its old Gods, to which end he is pursuing a Cauldron, one of the Thirteen Treasures Opposing Merlin are the Christians To Merlin and the warrior Derfel, the quest for the Cauldron far outranks any battle
Arthur, having won the battle against the Saxons, leads the southern British Kingdoms But other problems exist The Druid Merlin wants to restore the island to its old Gods, to which end he is pursuing a Cauldron, one of the Thirteen Treasures Opposing Merlin are the Christians To Merlin and the warrior Derfel, the quest for the Cauldron far outranks any battle
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    July 31, 1997
    Top-notch storyteller Cornwell continues where his acclaimed The Winter King left off, creating another compelling fictional history set in fifth-century Britain. Skillfully interweaving details from a myriad of Arthurian legends, he shows how practitioners of the old religion fought tooth and nail against the incursions of Christianity. Narrated by Arthur's friend Derfel Cadarn (a former slave raised by the wizard Merlin), this volume tells of Arthur's struggles to bind the warlords together and strengthen the throne that he holds for the beastly Mordred, Uther's legitimate heir. Beyond this immediate goal lies Arthur's mission to rid Britain of the Saxons and thus bring peace and order to the land. Meanwhile, Merlin seeks a magical cauldron, which, if used properly, will drive out Christianity but will also bring back the old gods and their chaotic ways. Caught between these two opposing forces, military and magic, Derfel is even more captivated by his love for Ceinwyn, the strong-minded princess Arthur has spurned for Guinevere. Writing with brio, Cornwell puts a fresh perspective on these oft-retold events. Realistically gory battles and doomed romantic exploits flavor the narrative, while the strong characterizations bring the men and women behind the legends to vivid life. Audio rights to Audio Renaissance.

  • AudioFile Magazine In volume two of The Warlord Chronicles, Cornwell presents a gripping tale of Arthur and Merlin, as well as other familiar personalities of Arthurian legend. Pigott-Smith's gravelly voice reflects the character of the grizzled veteran of Arthur's retinue who writes these tales and reminiscences for future generations and for Queen Igraine. The bloodcurdling adventures, intrigue and wars are brought to life by Pigott-Smith, who captures the flavor and fabled personalities of this time before written history. Evil characters ooze their wickedness, while heroes, even the tarnished ones, sound good and honorable in the voices created by Pigott-Smith. M.B.K. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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