A Coalition of Lions

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Firebird, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
18 Reviews
After the death of virtually all of her family in the battle of Camlan, Goewin&150Princess of Britain, daughter of the High King Artos&150makes a desperate journey to African Aksum, to meet with Constantine, the British ambassador and her fianc?. But Aksum is undergoing political turmoil, and Goewin's relationship with its ambassador to Britain makes her position more than precarious. Caught between two countries, with the power to transform or end lives, Goewin fights to find and claim her place in a world that has suddenly, irrevocably changed. . . .

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Review: A Coalition of Lions (The Lion Hunters #2)

User Review  - Althea Ann - Goodreads

This book was marketed as YA, but I really didn't feel that it had that feel at all... This is a short but complex historical fiction story that postulates that in the time of 6th-century Arthurian ... Read full review

Review: A Coalition of Lions (The Lion Hunters #2)

User Review  - Courtney Schafer - Goodreads

Sequel to The Winter Prince, this one leaves Medraut (Mordred) behind to focus on his half-sister Goewin, and shifts locations from Britain to Africa. I was a bit taken aback by the abruptness of the ... Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
1
SANCTUARY
7
STALEMATE
63
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Elizabeth E. Wein lives in Perth, Scotland.

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