Arthur is preparing a feast to celebrate his son Mordred's coming of age. The occasion coincides with the great feast of Pentecost, and Mordred and others are being made knights. Guenevere and Arthur convey themselves as the glittering couple, but there are tensions below the surface.
The final book in the Guenevere trilogy [following The Queen of the Summer Country and The Knight of the Sacred Lake] in which King Arthur is preparing a great feast to celebrate his son Mordred's coming of age. Arthur and Guenevere convey the usual impression of a glittering couple at the height of their powers - but there are tensions below the surface known only a few.
The Child of the Holy Grail by Rosalind Miles
Used - Very Good
Simon & Schuster
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