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Excalibur Hardcover – Sept. 1 1996
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When the young Arthur pulled the sword from the stone and became High King of all Britain, he didn't realize that an even greater task lay ahead: that of uniting his country behind him. Wielding the great Pendragon sword, Arthur leads his men to victory in the Battle of Bedegraine. Afterward, his knights disperse in pursuit of individual glory and Arthur stays behind, listening wistfully to the older knights' tales of daring and heroism. All the time he wonders, Why can't I go questing as they have?
But soon he does discover a quest of his own, and despite the warnings of his adviser, Merlin, he sets out to challenge the rebellious warrior King Pellinore in a fight that could prove to be his downfall.
In this third volume of his Tales of King Arthur series, Hudson Talbott continues the thrilling story of the young king begun in The Sword in the Stone and King Arthur and the Round Table, showing Arthur's struggles to become a king not only in name but to the depths of his being.
Exciting scenes from the days of chivalry and heroism burst from every page, from Arthur's encounter with Pellinore to his meeting with the mysterious Lady of the Lake, guardian of the splendid sword Excalibur. Hudson Talbott's masterful storytelling and dramatic paintings will enthrall fans of his previous books and win many new ones besides.
- Publisher : Harpercollins Childrens Books (Sept. 1 1996)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 0688133800
- ISBN-13 : 978-0688133801
- Item weight : 499 g
- Dimensions : 23.5 x 0.64 x 29.21 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,598,387 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #9,530 in Romance for Young Adults
- #18,518 in Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths for Children (Books)
- #198,349 in Literature & Fiction for Children (Books)
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If you like King Arthur, and want to see those legends told in a truly remarkable way, you need to get the three "Tales of King Arthur" books (King Arthur and the Round Table, Excalibur, and The Sword in the Stone), as well as the accompanying book, "Lancelot".
This might make a good book for a child to review after having read fuller stories.