Bavarian Legends

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Tate Publishing, 2010 - Fiction - 189 pages
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A classic tale in the vein of Beowulf and Ivanhoe, Bavarian Legends is set circa 150 B.C. in a Celtic world of harsh realities and hard-won battles. Men fight and die to rid the land of a dragon menace. And they fight for love-for the favor and hand of the fair Princess Lydia of Bavaria. A curse hangs over the realm, a threat of usurpation caused by an age-old rivalry that one man alone can resolve. That man is Prince Edward of Pannonia, great-grandson of the late Burgundian Prince Frederic. To succeed, he must brave the Bitter Mountains and return to the western empire. There in Bavaria he is confronted by the Burgundian captain of the guards, a proud man who embodies the malice of the late King Dominic, fraternal twin of Frederic and cause of his foreign exile. Will Edward prevail in his valiant quest to reclaim his family honor? A fairy-tale legend of spirited adventure with a gripping climax!
 

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Contents

Characters
7
Preface
9
The Dragon of the Moors
12
The Dragons Den
20
The Twin Kings
34
The Eastern Caravan
48
The Hunt
67
The Kings Shadow
83
The Rival Suitors
101
The Trial by Arrow
119
The Mirrors Reflection
128
The Final Battle
147
New Word List with Synonyms
184
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