Book Reviews of The Broken Sword (Forever King, Bk 2)

The Broken Sword (Forever King, Bk 2)
The Broken Sword - Forever King, Bk 2
Author: Molly Cochran, Warren Murphy
ISBN-13: 9780812545135
ISBN-10: 0812545133
Publication Date: 10/15/1998
Pages: 480
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Long story that left a few loose ends. Good read though!
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Very good book about Merlin and Arthur in the modern world....couldn't put it down....
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This was worth the read but not as good as book 1. A lot of the book was about the past Merlin and King Arthur and the current day story suffered because of it. Having said all that: If you read "The Forever King" you will probably want to read this.
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Story of the King Arthur's return in modern day with his Knights of the Round Table. - The return of Camelot
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King Arthur is transported into modern-day times in NYC; Arthurian history is mingled with 20th century society. Good, fast read.
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{from inside} Not long ago, Arthur was an ordinary boy. Now he knows that he is the legendary King Arthur, returned to lead not just Britain, but all mankind into a new era of justice, peace, and freedom. Accompanied by the wizard, Merlin; Hal, an ex-FBI agent who is now Arthur's bodyguard; and a young girl, Beatrice, who holds the powers of the ancient Druids, Arthur seeks the tools of his great work---the Holy Grail and the sword Excalibur.
The Grail's magic has attracted the attention of a powerful sorcerer who will do anything and kill anyone to claim its power, To protect Arthur, Hal summons the Knights of Camelot. The Knights--now New York Ciry's newest motorcycle club--find the twentieth century a confusing time, but they know their mission---fight evil and save the King.
In the final battle, Arthur learns that having right on your side is not always enough. Sometimes there are sacrifices to be made. Will the Round Table rise again? Will this Camelot, like the last, fade too soon into memory?