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Book Title: Lancelot's Curse|
The author of the book: Sarah Luddington
Edition: Mirador Publishing
Date of issue: February 21st 2013
Format files: PDF
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Reader ratings: 3.2
ISBN 13: 9781909220171
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"I have no words for the grief the gods have inflicted upon my tired soul. My future is only darkness and my past... My past is gone forever. I have love burned into me and denied me." Lancelot and his companions are forced to flee Albion to protect Rhea from Taranis. Nimue tears the veil between the worlds and the travellers discover they are returned to the forest in which Lancelot and Tancred first fell in love. With renewed hope they set forth toward Camelot with the cart containing the items of power. When they reach Chester, they meet old friends and new enemies forcing them to run once more. First they travel through the harsh deserts of Albion and on to the cold, dead world of Lyonesse. When Lancelot wakes from this final journey he makes a promise to Taranis in exchange for Tancred's sanity and Rhea's safety. Little does he know that the fulfilment of this promise will change the course of their lives forever. When they finally face Balar this fulfilment of this promise is the revenge the petulant and cruel god demands in exchange for a ceasefire. During this time Lancelot learns more about his complex love for Tancred, Nimue and finally Arthur. His is the life sacrificed to save both worlds but is it enough and can he bear the burden of the grief, not just his own but also of those he loves? Will this heart rending promise be enough to save Albion and Camelot and what does it really mean to him and those he cares for? Why are the gods only interested in punishing him and using him to play their futile games? The war for Albion continues and as it does Lancelot's family tries to save their father, husband, and lover from the darkness about to swallow him whole and steal him from their sides forever.
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Read information about the authorWriting is my drug of choice and this a little bit about me and my narcotic. My websites www.theknightsofcamelot.com and www.darkfiction.eu contains samples of my published work and some of my unpublished ramblings. So, feel free to have a nose and write to complain or compliment depending on how you feel about me butchering not only vampire myths but Arthurian ones too! Browse as you wish but be warned, I write both violence and erotica.
I have also been accused of writing love stories. If love is half as painful as some of the stuff I write here, then maybe it ought to come with a health warning. There is love in these tales, I am an old romantic who thinks love makes the world go round. However, love generates passions which aren't always so physically pleasurable. My stories, some about redemption, some about saving the world from the ultimate evil, some about obsession, are fun, fast paced and fantasy - FOR ADULTS! A theme I've thought of in one is often carried into the next. I have a style, I have a subject I enjoy. If you like the same things then great. If not then good luck and thanks for visiting.
Personally, I have been everything from a tree grower, to a book binder, a barmaid and cleaner. For the last few years I've been running an award winning full time martial arts company and taught three disciplines within my club. I hold three martial arts black belts and have a degree in Medieval History, which comes in handy if I ever need to use either an English or Japanese sword. I have achieved all this despite having once lived in a squat in an abandoned Victorian schoolhouse. My husband and I now live with three cats on the Somerset Levels, just down the road from Glastonbury, the centre for inspiration in everything esoteric and strange.
Music is my inspiration and my love. Live music the one thing I will actually leave my house for voluntarily. My links page is full of the bands I think should be compulsory listening but apparently I'm in the minority! One thing I will say - any reference to a band is made with due respect and reverence.
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