Hear his voice and fall in love with Prince Bedwyr the Fox, a love unrestricted by gender.' Love those you are with while you live, and have no care for those who judge you, for the judges do not have to live your life.'
So glad there are ten books, so far, in this series. I never want to stop reading Bedwyr's words. Bedwyr, Arthur's greatest warrior, takes the reader straight to the torn heart of 5th century Britain, a place where lives are lost in the flash of a Saxon sword and where the constant possibility of death intensifies every feeling. Bedwyr reveals the truth of his experiences - everything - incredible courage, sexual passion, how it feels to kill on the battlefield, wild rebellion and love. In Bedwyr's case a love forbidden by the Christians. Much as it is now. Arthur, the dark haired dark eyed champion of Britain burns through these books like dragon fire, the once and future king, my hero. http://www.amazon.com/The-Silurian-Book-One-ebook/dp/B00BGVO20Q
'The Silurian' series of books about King Arthur read like a front line report from fifth century Britain. More intense than Tristan & Isolde, my other favourite story from the myths of the past. Well, I say myth, but for me it's all true, as is 'The Silurian'. Arthur's greatest warrior, Bedwyr, the Fox, has the voice of a hero, but a hero with his own wild way of loving, romantic passion of a very adult kind. Not an Arthurian series that's suitable for children.
The best Arthurian books ever. I've said it all in my review. http://www.amazon.com/review/RT6PAJSTZWB71
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