Morgan Le Fay 4

Morgan Le Fay 4
Author : Fay Sampson
Publisher : Wildside Press LLC
Total Pages : 196
Release : 2005-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9781592241163
ISBN 13 : 1592241166
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The young bard Taliesin comes to the court of King Urien and Queen Morgan. His dream is to make an immortal song about the deeds of King Arthur. His fear is that he was born too late. Arthur is ageing. He uncovers the dark secret of the birth of Morgan's foster-son, Modred. He aches for both, as Morgan tries to bring Arthur and Modred together. But treachery has already been done. The song Taliesin sings may be of Arthur's last battle.


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