Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur

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Macmillan, Mar 15, 1998 - Fiction - 416 pages
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With The Winter King, the first volume of his magnificent Warlord Chronicles, Bernard Cornwell established himself as the storyteller who could reinvent the legend of King Arthur for our time.

Now with Enemy of God, Cornwell's magical re-creation continues. Having defeated the last holdouts of civil war in southern Britain, Arthur has secured Mordred's throne. But he must still face raging conflicts between the old ways and the new, as well as foes more powerful and more dangerous--because they pose as friends.
Brilliantly written and peopled with the familiar faces of legend along with new ones, Enemy of God is an immensely powerful continuation of a modern classic.

 

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User Review  - bdtrump - LibraryThing

For those who finished 'The Winter King', this is where the plot of Cornwell's trilogy really picks up steam. A very fast read, this work covers Arthur and co.'s attempts to stem the tide of disaster and ruin in the midst of constant challenges, warfare, betrayal, and overall disappointment. Read full review

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User Review  - PhilSyphe - LibraryThing

As with the first of Bernard Cornwell’s take on the Arthur legend, here we have a tale that uses little of the well-known legends, such as a magnificent Camelot or the Lady of the Lake. The famous ... Read full review

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Contents

The Dark Road
1
The Broken War
107
Camelot
197
The Mysteries of Isis
279
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Bernard Cornwell, who was born in Britain, is the author of numerous international bestsellers, including the Sharpe series. He lives with his wife in Cape Cod.

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