The Doom of Camelot

The Doom of Camelot The Pendragon TM fiction line from Green Knight Publishing presents the best of modern Arthurian literature from reprints of long unavailable classics of the early twentieth century to new works by t

  • Title: The Doom of Camelot
  • Author: Various
  • ISBN: 9781928999096
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pendragon TM fiction line from Green Knight Publishing presents the best of modern Arthurian literature, from reprints of long unavailable classics of the early twentieth century to new works by today s most exciting and inventive fantasists The titles in the series are selected for their value to both the casual reader and the devoted scholar of the rich, varied stThe Pendragon TM fiction line from Green Knight Publishing presents the best of modern Arthurian literature, from reprints of long unavailable classics of the early twentieth century to new works by today s most exciting and inventive fantasists The titles in the series are selected for their value to both the casual reader and the devoted scholar of the rich, varied story cycle known as the Matter of Britain.Green Knight s first original publication presents varied and compelling tales of Camelot s destruction from such best selling authors as Phyllis Ann Karr The Idylls of the Queen , Catherine Wells Beyond the Gates , Elaine Cunningham Elfshadow , and Ed Greenwood The Kingless Land Cover by Chesley award winning artist Marc Fishman.

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    272 thoughts on “The Doom of Camelot

    • It seems that the story told in the Arthurian legends is forever doomed to go pear-shaped even when everyone is making their very best efforts to do well though I trust there will occasionally be an exception to the rule. (BBC Merlin, I'm looking at you!)This volume springs from a cool idea: 16 authors each spin a tale about that doom. Some include supernatural elements, some are all too human. The stories are all worth reading, for one reason or another, and are each quite different. An interes [...]


    • I love this series and of all the collection of short stories this is my favourite. All the stories are well written and carefully chosen, there are a lot of good stories and a lot of excellent stories. I particularly recommend this book to people who love Galahad, Agravaine and Dinadan and to people who like to read about the end of Camelot.My favourite story was "Grail Wisdom"For more specific toughts (no spoilers, don't worry!) on some of the stories, here you are:1. Catherine Wells, “A Her [...]


    • Having studied the Arthurian Legends for more than three decades, I delight in discovering new twists on the timeless tales, and The Doom of Camelot contains many enjoyable surprises. As its title implies, the anthology presents 16 original takes on the fabled kingdom's downfall.The answers offered by authors Mike Ashley, India Edgehill, Phyllis Ann Karr and others range from the clash of faiths and ideals to the pervasive yet subtle flaws in Camelot's concept. Settings transport the reader from [...]


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