The Eagle

The Eagle

Book - 2005
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In the gripping, highly anticipated conclusion to his Arthurian series, Jack Whyte takes us into the minds and lives of three people: King Arthur of England, his best friend Lancelot, and his Queen Guinevere, whose interrelationships would give rise to the greatest, most enduring love story in the Western world. Clothar, the young knight known as The Lancer, travels to Gaul as Arthur's ambassador, but when Arthur needs him most, Clothar returns, and Jack Whyte opens a previously unimagined window into our most cherished legends.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Viking Canada, c2005
Description: 691 p. ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9780670867646
Branch Call Number: Whyt


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Sep 07, 2018

Whyte brings the long Camulod Chronicles to a highly satisfying end; it all could have happened. He has a unique view on the crucial triangle of Arthur/ Gwynnifer/ Lance, and some very witty explanations of the potential roots of several outlandish Camelot legends. The series remains steeped in human frailty and edged with the heights of human aspiration.

Jan 16, 2009

great initial book in a fantastic series. I was really surprised how much i have enjoyed it

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